The appointment of David Weiss as special counsel by Attorney General Merrick Garland is more than meets the eye. On the surface, it might seem like a routine administrative decision. But dig a little deeper, and a web of potential conflicts and hidden agendas begins to emerge.
Federal regulations stipulate that a special counsel should be someone “”outside the U.S. government.”” This is to ensure an unbiased and impartial investigation. However, Garland’s decision to appoint Weiss, a U.S. Attorney under President Biden, raises eyebrows. This move could potentially allow Weiss to direct the investigation away from any evidence implicating the president in his son’s alleged wrongdoings.
The American public deserves a transparent and unbiased investigation. Garland’s decision, however, seems to be a strategic move to ensure the opposite.
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