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Gaetz vs. Garland: Brutal Showdown Over Trump’s Legal Cases


Florida’s own Representative Matt Gaetz, isn’t holding back in the halls of Congress, as usual.

It’s a thing of beauty to witness!

And this time in the hot seat we have jewish Attorney General Merrick Garland.

During the House Judiciary Committee hearing, Gaetz called out Garland for his attack on those that dared to question the DOJ.

Garland called those that noticed the DOJ was meddling with Trump’s cases, ‘conspiracy theorists’.

Gaetz said, ‘Fine. Simple produce the evidence and that would end those rumors real quick.’

But Garland’s hesitant responses were called out as only furthering the ‘conspiracies’.

Funny how that is.

Gaetz wasn’t letting Garland have any wriggle room.

These are the days of exposures.

Expect more to come.

Newsweek reports:

Representative Matt Gaetz clashed with Attorney General Merrick Garland over questions about former President Donald Trump’s legal cases during a congressional hearing.

Garland testified before the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday. The hearing quickly grew tense amid questioning from Gaetz, a Florida Republican and staunch supporter of the former president. As Trump has faced several legal cases, Gaetz and other Republicans have accused prosecutors of targeting the former president for political purposes amid his 2024 presidential bid.

Trump has claimed, without evidence, that the Biden administration has influenced several state and local prosecutions, including criminal cases from Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg and Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and a civil case by New York Attorney General Letitia James.

Last week, a Manhattan jury found Trump guilty of falsifying business documents to cover up a payment to adult film actor Stormy Daniels. Trump pleaded not guilty to all charges and said he intends to appeal the verdict.

On Tuesday, Gaetz asked Garland if the Department of Justice would submit to the committee all communications between it and Bragg, James and Willis to prove the DOJ has not communicated with them about those cases.

Garland began to answer, “The offices you’re referring to are independent offices of state—” before being cut off by Gaetz. The Florida Republican said his question was simply “whether you will provide all of the documents and correspondence” and that he did “not need a history lesson.”

In other words, Garland is saying:

Stop noticing what the DOJ is doing!

Very curious that X has turned off searching for #TheNoticing.

Almost like someone working there doesn’t want people to notice. But the noticing shall continue…

Watch the longer clip of their debate:



 

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