Representative Matt Gaetz, a Republican from Florida, recently asked Attorney General Merrick Garland to answer a simple question.
He just wouldn't do it.
"Hunter Biden is selling art to pay for his $15,000 a month rent in Malibu," Gaetz asked Garland. "How can you guarantee that the people buying that aren’t doing so to gain favor with the president?"
Merrick wouldn't guarantee it, he simply said that it was somebody's job to do that.
How that department actually gets that done seemed to be of no concern to Garland.
Probably because he would rather have it not done.
"It’s the job of the Justice Department is to investigate criminal allegations," Garland said.
Gaetz wanted more info: "Are you investigating this? Someone who bought Hunter Biden’s art ended up with a prestigious appointment to a federal position. Doesn’t it look weird that he’s become this immediate success in the art world as his dad is president of the United States?"
Garland replied by saying "I'm not going to comment about it."
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