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Let Us Hear The Audio Recording… Or Else

House Republicans voted to hold Attorney General Merrick Garland in contempt of Congress because he refuses to hand over tapes of President Biden’s interview with special counsel Robert Hur.

This means that they will refer him to the Department of Justice, which Garland is in charge of, so the DOJ will not likely prosecute. Which means that this could go to the courts.

The special counsel decided not to prosecute President Biden for his possession and handling of classified documents because they decided he was too elderly and frail to stand trial. The tapes of his two-day interview with the counsel have been classified at the highest level after the president invoked executive privilege to do so.

AG Garland said in a May 15 letter to the president that the “committee’s needs are plainly insufficient to outweigh the deleterious effects that the production of the recordings would have on the integrity and effectiveness of similar law enforcement investigations in the future.”

Deleterious effects for who exactly? Similar law enforcement investigations of who exactly? You see what is happening here, right?

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