Biden’s DOJ is a dark shadow on the land




It’s hard to overstate how corrupt the Biden DOJ has become. You know about Jack Smith’s manic pursuit of Donald Trump. That’s the tip of the fraud spear. It’s gotten so bad that even an Obama-appointed judge notices. There are cases that the DOJ is trying to accelerate, i.e. any cases against Republicans. There are cases that are being slow walked, i.e. cases against democrats. It’s gotten so obvious that it’s painful.

We know for a fact that David Weiss intentionally slow walked the investigation into Hunter Biden so thoroughly that statutes of limitation for the worst of the Hunter Biden crimes expired. Weiss did indict the younger Biden on more recent tax charges, but only after two IRS whistleblowers (Shapley and Ziegler) came forward and revealed “an undeniable pattern of preferential treatment” for Biden. Now Weiss is again slow walking the prosecution of Hunter Biden. He is expanding his “investigation” to include the two IRS whistleblowers.

Filings from Hunter Biden’s ongoing prosecution show that Weiss also made efforts to downplay the legal protections afforded to whistleblowers, according to Tristan Leavitt of Empower Oversight, the organization that helped secure representation for the whistleblowers. Since late last year, Weiss has been leading the prosecution of Hunter Biden for tax crimes in the Central District of California as a special counsel.

He believes Weiss has an interest in doing so, stemming from the fact that the special counsel’s own conduct was a subject of some of the allegations the whistleblowers brought to Congress.

“This is the one area where Weiss’s interests are aligned with Hunter Biden’s: Not being happy about SSA Shapley and SA Ziegler blowing the whistle to Congress on Weiss’s allowing politics to infect the Hunter Biden case. Weiss has every reason to minimize the statutory protections the IRS agents had in blowing the whistle to Congress,” Leavitt posted to X on Tuesday.

Weiss continues to act as defense counsel to Hunter Biden

In one filing, Weiss noted the IRS repeatedly informed both Shapley and Ziegler their rights and proper ways to blow the whistle, however, Weiss did not explain to the judge that the agency left out key details mandated by federal law, and in one instance, even attempted to impose an illegal gag order on the agents.

“It would be absolutely improper for Weiss’s office to have any role in investigating the IRS whistleblowers for blowing the whistle ON HIM. We don’t know if that is the case,” he continued. “But we do know that Weiss used the opportunity of this response to Hunter Biden’s motion to dismiss to gratuitously disclose in a public document a ‘potential’ investigation into the IRS whistleblowers.”

“And THAT move by Weiss and his team was completely inappropriate in and of itself,” he added.

As `was seen in the Obama administration, whistleblowers were loved unless the interests of democrats were being adversely affected. Then it was war on whistleblowers. The same is being seen today under Biden.

Shapley and Ziegler filed a whistleblower retaliation complaint with the US Office of Special Counsel against Weiss days after being removed from the tax case last year, one of many related potential conflicts of interest, given Weiss’ alleged “preferential treatment involving Mr. Biden,” according to Leavitt.

Leavitt also noted in his letter that IRS agents blew the whistle on DOJ officials intimately involved in both cases, as well as in a separate lawsuit Hunter’s attorneys filed against the IRS for alleged improper leaks of his tax information.

The Justice Department has “bizarrely” excluded in case filings the federal laws that protect whistleblowers from prosecution for disclosing tax information, Leavitt added, in a seeming attempt to stick it to IRS agents by suggesting their conduct was improper.

The Hunter Biden case is hardly the only one Garland and Biden are trying to smother. Remember the guy who was going to try to assassinate Brett Kavanaugh?

President Joe Biden’s Department of Justice is dragging its feet in prosecuting Nicholas Roske, the man accused of trying to assassinate Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, leaving legal experts perplexed about the slow-moving pace of the case.

Roske was indicted for attempted murder of a Supreme Court justice nearly two years ago in June 2022, after allegedly traveling from his parent’s home in California to the Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C., with the intent to kill Kavanaugh. Roske, a biological male who identified in some online posts as a transgender woman, was upset over the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade, according to court documents.

After arriving by taxi at Kavanaugh’s house, Roske called the police on himself and was eventually found with a suitcase full of guns, ammo, zip ties, and other tools to carry out the attack. However, the case—which one legal expert who spoke to the Washington Free Beacon called a “slam dunk” for federal prosecutors—has seen almost a dozen continuances since Roske last appeared in court in October 2022, and still no plea has been reached or trial date set.

“It’s noteworthy that after nearly two years, there is still no trial date or plea agreement in this case,” Gerard Filitti, senior counsel at The Lawfare Project, told the Free Beacon. “While pretrial motions would resolve questions about the admissibility of some of the evidence, including statements made by Roske, there is no underlying procedural reason why it would take this long to get to trial.”

Are you picking up the pattern here? Now contrast those cases to the crazed efforts of Jack Smith and Fani Willis to accelerate the trials of Donald Trump and keep him off the campaign trail and ultimately from the White House.

We’re not done with DOJ corruption yet. Remember Roger Stone? The then sixty-nine-year-old was arrested in a pre-dawn SWAT raid complete with automatic weapons. He was shackled and then arraigned in those shackles.

Remember Peter Navarro? He was arrested for defying a Congressional Jan 6 subpoena while boarding a plane and then also placed in shackles.

Know anyone else who has defied a Congressional subpoena? His name rhymes with Hunter Biden. Biden and his lawyers have received such astonishing preferential treatment that even a Joe Biden appointed judge was flabbergasted.

A federal judge scolded the Justice Department on Friday for refusing to allow attorneys involved in the Hunter Biden investigation to comply with subpoenas issued by House Republicans.

The House Judiciary Committee filed a lawsuit last month in the federal District Court in Washington seeking to force DOJ lawyers Mark Daly and Jack Morgan to provide testimony as part of the panel’s impeachment inquiry into President Biden.

The GOP-led panel co-leading the impeachment probe related to the 81-year-old president’s alleged involvement in his family’s business dealings claims the DOJ has “thwarted” efforts by the committee to get depositions from the DOJ Tax Division officials.

District Judge Ana Reyes, an appointee of President Biden, argued that the Justice Department was being hypocritical for instructing Daly and Morgan not to comply with the committee’s subpoenas while throwing others in prison for similar actions.

Here’s where it gets good

“There’s a person in jail right now because you all brought a criminal lawsuit against him because he did not appear for a House subpoena,” Reyes said during a hearing on the Judiciary Committee’s lawsuit, according to Politico.

Reyes seemed to be referring to former Trump White House official Peter Navarro, who was sentenced in January to four months behind bars after being convicted of two counts of contempt of Congress over his refusal to comply with a subpoena from the House select committee that investigated the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot.

“And now you guys are flouting those subpoenas,” Reyes added, directing her ire at DOJ attorney James Gilligan.

“I find it rich that you pursue criminal action and put people in jail for defying congressional subpoenas, then say this here,” the judge continued, according to Courthouse News Service.

“You all are making a bunch of arguments that you would never accept from any other litigant.”

Reyes suggested that the DOJ’s position, which she characterized as “if you don’t agree with a subpoena … you can unilaterally not show up,” would delight defense attorneys across the country.

When the judge asked if the DOJ would commit to instructing Daly and Morgan to testify if the House Judiciary Committee dropped its insistence that government counsel not be in the room for their depositions, Gilligan wouldn’t answer in the affirmative.

“I cannot answer that now,” he said.

To which Reyes responded, “Are you kidding me?”

You will also remember that Hunter Biden stood outside the Senate and thumbed his nose at the House Oversight committee in defiance of a subpoena and has also refused to testify in an open hearing.

Instead of administering justice evenly, Merrick Garland is the lapdog of Joe Biden and the DNC. The contrast between the treatment of the left and the right is mind boggling.  It’s anti-American, the stuff of communist countries.


A wholly corrupt DOJ is but one more Joe Biden legacy. It is a dark shadow on the land.

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No matter what else, Mitch McConnell kept Obergruppenfuhrer off the Supreme Court. THAT will be his crowning achievement of his entire career. The DoJ is busy with one mission: protect Robin Ware/Robert L. Peters/JRB Ware/Pedo Peter/idiot Biden and his criminal family and try to sway the 2024 election in his favor so he can complete the destruction of our constitutional republic.

Democrats are trying to get Sotomayor to resign so Robin Ware/Robert L. Peters/JRB Ware/Pedo Peter/idiot Biden can put an ever MORE leftist piece of trash on the Bench. Could they have Herr Garland in mind?

On other news some Ding-Bat was on that fake TV Program The View and clamed that the Eclipse and Earthquake was caused by Global Warming/Climate Change. Just where do these nuts and screwballs come from?