(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) As FBI whistleblowers come forward to reveal the bureau’s corrupt and partisan nature, Attorney General Merrick Garland has issued an order to his Department of Justice, commanding its employees to keep quiet about the agency’s handling of the recent Mar-a-Lago raid and the Hunter Biden investigation, Red State reported.
Garland’s warning to his employees comes in the wake of yet another shocking revelation of the exotic escapades of Hunter Biden.
Earlier this week, Timothy Thibault, an FBI assistant special agent, was reportedly forced out after he was accused of slow-walking the agency’s investigation into Hunter Biden for political reasons. He was escorted out of the field office by at least two “headquarters-looking types,” sources said.
According to Mike Davis, former chief counsel for Nominations to Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley and former law clerk for Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch, Garland is commanding his employees–including those at the FBI–to keep quiet and avoid telling Congress anything about the investigation.
Attorney Garland Merrick Garland just sent out a message to everyone at the Justice Department, ordering no one may contact Congress.
(My source: Congress.)
Why didn’t he order a similar gag on the inappropriate and illegal Justice Department leaks to the media?
— 🇺🇸 Mike Davis 🇺🇸 (@mrddmia) August 30, 2022
“Attorney Garland Merrick Garland just sent out a message to everyone at the Justice Department, ordering no one may contact Congress,” Davis tweeted.
“(My source: Congress.) Why didn’t he order a similar gag on the inappropriate and illegal Justice Department leaks to the media? Coverup.”
Garland issued the order via a memo to the DOJ.
NEW: Attorney General Merrick Garland also sent a memo today reminding DOJ employees of the policies around communications with Congress. pic.twitter.com/8lN5tlyE7C
— Ryan J. Reilly (@ryanjreilly) August 30, 2022
According to Garland, now is a good time “to reaffirm and remind all Department personnel of [the DOJ’s] existing policies regarding communication between the Justice Department and Congress.”
Laughably, Garland warned his agency not to allow investigations to become influenced by partisan preferances.
His warning was apparently “designed to protect our criminal and civil law enforcement decisions, our legal judgments, from partisan or other inappropriate influences, whether real or percieved, direct or indirect.”