McCarthy Drops the Power of Congress on Biden’s AG
The announcement that Donald Trump’s house had been raided by the FBI under the leadership of Joe Biden was met with disapproval by Republicans. The responses varied from utter surprise to full-blown indignation.
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Whoever still has questions about the party’s commitment to Trump has to get a grip. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, who is currently in line to become the next Speaker of the House, was perhaps more incensed than anybody else. In addition to that, he provided Biden’s attorney general with some extremely crucial instructions.
The highest-ranking Republicans in the House of Representatives ought to provide a response identical to this one. Provided what the FBI did, this is the kind of answer that every law-abiding member of Congress ought to have given in the first place. It had never been done before, but they broke into the home of a former president. Given who is currently occupying the White House, it is difficult to argue that politics did not have a role in the decision.
McCarthy promised that the Republican Party will “leave no stone unturned” in their investigation into the activities of Garland’s Department of Justice and FBI under his leadership. The speaker of the House Minority has accused the Department of Justice led by Biden of “weaponized politics.” Bear in mind that the vast majority of Democrats, including Joe Biden, predict Trump will run for president again in 2024. At best, it is hard to defend their party’s decision to forcefully invade the house of a potential opponent because they control the FBI.
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Keep in mind that Democrats brought articles of impeachment against Trump for much less, accusing him of abusing his power to target a political opponent. How could they possibly support this operation while maintaining a straight face? The responses to this news point to the fact that the strategy of the left failed. If they thought that doing this to Trump it would hurt him or push Republicans away from him, then they were terribly mistaken.
Even Republican voters who had earlier shown less enthusiasm for him are beginning to come around. The leaders of the Republican caucus in Congress have vowed to ensure that Garland is held accountable for this. McCarthy instructed him to clear his schedule for the meeting. He better well do it.