Merrick Garland Admits He Would Allow Charges Against Hunter Biden

 March 3, 2023

Attorney General Merrick Garland admitted on Wednesday in order to prove that the Justice Department is not corrupt that he would personally have to authorize any charges against Hunter Biden.

David Weiss, the Trump-appointed U.S. Attorney for Delaware, has been investigating Hunter Biden for years.

Still, no charges have been filed as of yet. Garland has refused to assign anyone else to this investigation given the conflict of interest between the Biden family and himself.

When Merrick Garland was asked by the Senate Judiciary Committee if Weiss would be able to charge Hunter without outside political pressure, Garland said that Weiss "has been advised that he has full authority to make those kind of referrals that you are talking about and to bring cases in other jurisdictions if he feels it’s necessary." He added:

And I will assure that if he does, he will be able to do that. I would then have to authorize it and permit it to be brought in another jurisdiction and that is what I promised I would do.

Still, there are currently no charges pressed against Hunter, despite everything about his "Laptop from Hell" being 100% true.