Just hours after a U.S. District Court choose rejected a plea deal between the Department of Justice and Hunter Biden’s protection counsel, Jack Smith, the particular counsel appointed to analyze former President Donald Trump introduced the previous president was going through extra indictments for his alleged wrongdoing within the Mar-a-Lago paperwork investigation.
The timing has raised questions on a double customary of justice throughout the Biden administration.
During an interview with Mobile, AL radio FM Talk 106.5 on Friday, Rep. Barry Moore (R-AL), a member of the House Judiciary Committee, stated the notion of a double customary of justice was the truth.
“It’s not a perception, brother,” he stated. “It is a reality. It is exactly what’s going on. If you’ve got the right political connections, whether you’re the Clintons, Obama, Bidens — whatever the case may be, Hollywood elites — you get a pass on things that conservative everyday Americans, and especially Donald Trump, because they are terrified of him. He is actually vox populi, the voice of the people. There are two sets of standards.”
“The IRS agents testified that when they got ready to go after Hunter Biden on this apparent federal tax fraud charges, it was cut and dried with them,” Moore continued. “They needed to move. They said, ‘No, you can’t go looking for him. Wait until he comes looking for you.’ Really? You go out and defraud the American taxpayers, or the IRS, I should say, of millions of dollars and see how long it takes the IRS to get to your door.”
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