Host Bill Maher of “Real Time” had fun at the expense of Attorney General Merrick Garland for passing the buck on the DOJ probes looking into potentially criminal wrongdoing of former President Trump.
Starting the panel discussion on his last show of the year, Maher went onto say.
“I guess he did this on a Friday because maybe he was afraid? I don’t know,” Maher began. “He spent two years thinking about whether he should appoint a special counsel or what he should do about Donald Trump being a criminal.”’
“And now he has made up his mind. He’s going to give it to somebody else to do,” Maher chuckled before noting the two probes, one being “that little thing” Trump did by trying to overturn the 2020 election and putting classified documents “in the shed next to the croquet equipment.”
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Maher later complained about how the DOJ didn’t take action to press charges against former President Trump “right after Jan. 6” rather than waiting nearly two years.
“I’ve kept saying on this show like ‘What the f— is going on?’ If only we had some sort of department of justice who could do something, some sort of justice department,” Maher quipped. “
Donald Trump talking at Fox News Digital in an exclusive interview said, “”I have been going through this for six years — for six years I have been going through this, and I am not going to go through it anymore.”
“”I have been proven innocent for six years on everything — from fake impeachments to [former special counsel Robert] Mueller who found no collusion, and now I have to do it more?” Trump said. “It is not acceptable. It is so unfair. It is so political.”