The First Thing Republicans Should Do When They Take Back Congress Is Impeach Merrick Garland

m.knox

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I have to agree that. Garland is an authoritarian POS.

https://thefederalist.com/2022/10/0...ake-back-congress-is-impeach-merrick-garland/

Everything Garland has done as attorney general has been mendaciously political, from smearing parents who speak out at school board meetings as “domestic terrorists” to targeting peaceful anti-abortion activists while doing nothing about actual pro-abortion vigilantes attacking churches and crisis pregnancy centers. He has to be stopped, and a determined GOP-led Congress is the only thing that can stop him.

And by the way, once they’ve gotten rid of Garland, congressional Republicans should make their very next order of business dismantling the FBI and DOJ. Both of these agencies have proven themselves to be corrupted beyond repair. They are enemies of the American people and must be scrapped entirely and replaced by something new — something with far less power and far more accountability.
 

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I have to agree that. Garland is an authoritarian POS.

https://thefederalist.com/2022/10/0...ake-back-congress-is-impeach-merrick-garland/

Everything Garland has done as attorney general has been mendaciously political, from smearing parents who speak out at school board meetings as “domestic terrorists” to targeting peaceful anti-abortion activists while doing nothing about actual pro-abortion vigilantes attacking churches and crisis pregnancy centers. He has to be stopped, and a determined GOP-led Congress is the only thing that can stop him.

And by the way, once they’ve gotten rid of Garland, congressional Republicans should make their very next order of business dismantling the FBI and DOJ. Both of these agencies have proven themselves to be corrupted beyond repair. They are enemies of the American people and must be scrapped entirely and replaced by something new — something with far less power and far more accountability.
They should just piss in the wind. Same result.
 

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I have to agree that. Garland is an authoritarian POS.

https://thefederalist.com/2022/10/0...ake-back-congress-is-impeach-merrick-garland/

Everything Garland has done as attorney general has been mendaciously political, from smearing parents who speak out at school board meetings as “domestic terrorists” to targeting peaceful anti-abortion activists while doing nothing about actual pro-abortion vigilantes attacking churches and crisis pregnancy centers. He has to be stopped, and a determined GOP-led Congress is the only thing that can stop him.

And by the way, once they’ve gotten rid of Garland, congressional Republicans should make their very next order of business dismantling the FBI and DOJ. Both of these agencies have proven themselves to be corrupted beyond repair. They are enemies of the American people and must be scrapped entirely and replaced by something new — something with far less power and far more accountability.
Impeach Mayorka too, make it a two fer!
 
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lurkerlion

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Assistant AG Lisa Monaco is way over the top even compared to Garland. She may even be running the show and telling Garland what to do. Garland looks like someone who likes to be dominated.
 

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Lefties are so blind to their hypocrisy. They impeach Trump for trying to investigate actual, verifiable crimes by the Biden Family. Then they hold kangaroo court show-trials, effectively shutting down the Congress to block any progress by Trump in governing the country. This leads right into a pandemic orchestrated by a country that the Left now embraces. One of the same countries that the Biden Family perpetrated its illicit business.

And some here think it will be justified to block conviction of people that have committed verifiable crimes, definitely "high crimes" against the security of this nation, using their place in office as a political weapon.

The people that need to be convicted have already created the perfect path for our enemies to walk completely free into this country. Those enemies can operate with impunity as our law enforcement agencies go after their political rivals within the citizenry.

If this doesn't sound like the same thing that communists do when they usurp power I don't know what does. There is no possible argument to counter it other than to deflect towards meaningless stuff in an attempt to afford protection for the culpable. Just wait, after the next 9/11 people will be asking "How could this happen?" Well, this is what you get when you dissolve the country and turn it into a Soviet lookalike.
 

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I have to agree that. Garland is an authoritarian POS.

https://thefederalist.com/2022/10/0...ake-back-congress-is-impeach-merrick-garland/

Everything Garland has done as attorney general has been mendaciously political, from smearing parents who speak out at school board meetings as “domestic terrorists” to targeting peaceful anti-abortion activists while doing nothing about actual pro-abortion vigilantes attacking churches and crisis pregnancy centers. He has to be stopped, and a determined GOP-led Congress is the only thing that can stop him.

And by the way, once they’ve gotten rid of Garland, congressional Republicans should make their very next order of business dismantling the FBI and DOJ. Both of these agencies have proven themselves to be corrupted beyond repair. They are enemies of the American people and must be scrapped entirely and replaced by something new — something with far less power and far more accountability.
What is the actual charges and what misconduct? He has not broken any laws and the procedure would be doomed to fail from the get go - Senate doesn't have votes to convict.
This is a political statement not one in keeping with Constitution.
 

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They will convict and Garland is going to be on the steps of the Capital begging for food. It's fitting for the scumbag.
Another stupid MAGAdream with no reality or factual basis.
 
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m.knox

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What is the actual charges and what misconduct? He has not broken any laws and the procedure would be doomed to fail from the get go - Senate doesn't have votes to convict.
This is a political statement not one in keeping with Constitution.

High crimes and misdemeanors. Of course.

A resolution stating such is a year old already.

https://www.congress.gov/bill/117th-congress/house-resolution/743/text#:~:text=Attorney%20General%20Garland's%20failure%20to,trial%2C%20and%20removal%20from%20office.

Impeaching Merrick Brian Garland, Attorney General of the United States, for high crimes and misdemeanors.

Resolved, That Merrick Brian Garland, Attorney General, is impeached for high crimes and misdemeanors and that the following Articles of Impeachment be exhibited to the United States Senate:

Articles of Impeachment exhibited by the House of Representatives of the United States of America in the name of itself and of the people of the United States of America, against Merrick Brian Garland, Attorney General, in maintenance and support of its impeachment against him for high crimes and misdemeanors.

ARTICLE I
 
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What is the actual charges and what misconduct? He has not broken any laws and the procedure would be doomed to fail from the get go - Senate doesn't have votes to convict.
This is a political statement not one in keeping with Constitution.
Yes he has, he’s broken many laws, including but not limited to, Abuse of power, Obstruction of justice, racketeering, aiding and abetting a criminal enterprise, treason, collusion and complicity in covering up criminal behavior, contempt of Congress.
 
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