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Biden’s Attorney General In Hiding?


Someone’s ashamed of their actions aren’t they?

During a gathering with North Carolina Republicans on Saturday, Mike Pence, the ex-Vice President and a contender for the 2024 presidential race, expressed his belief that Attorney General Merrick Garland should cease avoiding public scrutiny by hiding behind special counsel Jack Smith. Pence called for Garland to directly address the American people and provide an explanation for the indictment of former President Donald Trump regarding his post-White House document management in 2021.

In transcript provided by Newsmax, Pence explained, “Today I’m calling on the attorney general to stand before the American people and explain why this was necessary. Attorney General Merrick Garland, stop hiding behind the special counsel and stand before the American people and explain why this indictment went forward. The American people deserve to know the reasons for this unprecedented action, and we also need to hear the former president’s defense. Then each of us can make our own judgment.”

Expressing his concern, Pence conveyed his deep unease with Attorney General Merrick Garland, who was nominated by Democratic President Joe Biden. Pence specifically highlighted his dismay at Garland’s endorsement of Jack Smith’s findings and the subsequent decision by a grand jury in south Florida to indict former President Donald Trump on 37 criminal charges related to his post-office document management.


“We gather here in North Carolina after a sad day for America: the former president of the United States facing an unprecedented indictment by a Justice Department run by the current president of the United States and a potential political rival,” Pence added.

Pence emphasized that during his tenure as Vice President under Trump, he personally experienced what he referred to as the “weaponization” of federal law enforcement. He witnessed numerous unfounded accusations being hurled at his former boss, while the same laws and standards were not equally applied to Democratic opponents and other individuals.

Pence expressed his initial optimism that the Department of Justice would find a resolution to the matters concerning the former president without resorting to an indictment. However, he expressed deep concern about the indictment proceeding, highlighting its potential to exacerbate divisions within the country. Pence underscored the challenging circumstances faced by the American people, who are currently grappling with unprecedented struggles, and the increasing volatility of the world, emphasizing the need for unity rather than further division.