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DOJ Budget Secretly Plans to Make J6 Probe a Top Nat’l Priority

'We are going to hold those perpetrators accountable, no matter where the facts lead us... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) In light of their failures to prosecute Jan. 6 protesters, Democrats have tripled-down on the J6 probe, trying to sneak it into President Joe Biden’s budget request, the Western Journal reported.

The White House budget release reveals that the Department of Justice has requested $37.7 billion in “discretionary funding,” an increase of over $4 billion–a 13% increase from its 2021 budget.

So, once more, Americans will foot the bill for an investigation that they don’t care about.

As the DOJ intrudes ever more into the lives of private citizens, its Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco has claimed that investigating J6 protesters will remain a top priority.

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According to the Deputy AG, the J6 investigations have been among the most expensive in the bureaucracy’s history.

“The Jan. 6 investigation is among the most wide-ranging and most complex that this department has ever undertaken,” Monaco said.

She also boasted that the investigation has intruded into every facet of private life, and has provided an opportunity for her to break out some of her favorite political weapons.

“It reaches nearly every U.S. attorney’s office, nearly every FBI field office,” Monaco said. “We’ve charged more than 750 cases, and we’ve charged unprecedented conspiracies and the use of rare tools like the seditious conspiracy statute.”

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Of course, the DOJ will need more federal money in order to continue its extensive investigations.

Monaco also suggested that she will hold J6ers accountable, regardless of the facts of each case.

“We are going to hold those perpetrators accountable, no matter where the facts lead us, [and] as the attorney general has said, no matter at what level. We will do those cases,” she said.

The additional funding will also be used to promote causes like anti-racism and sexual deviancy according to Monaco.

“Those same resources that are going to help us enforce our civil rights laws,” she said.

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