'Nothing Really Changed': Hunter Biden Lawyer Says Special Counsel Appointment Means LittleChris Menahan
Aug. 12, 2023
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Attorney General Merrick Garland's decision to appoint David Weiss as a special counsel in the Hunter Biden investigation appears to be a ruse to feign impartiality while aggressively prosecuting former President Donald Trump.
From Breitbart, "Hunter Biden Lawyer: Making Weiss Special Counsel Just Changes His Title, Garland Said Weiss Already Had Full Power":
On Friday's broadcast of CNN's "The Source," Hunter Biden attorney Abbe Lowell stated that David Weiss has no more power as a special counsel than he did before and noted that both Attorney General Merrick Garland and Weiss himself "have said for weeks, months, that he had all the authority he needed to bring any charge that was merited, at any time that was appropriate, in any place that made sense. ... So, from a practical point of view, nothing really changed."Professor Jonathan Turley mocked Garland appoint Weiss by saying, "This is like solving the 'Mutiny on the Bounty' by making Captain Bligh an admiral."
Turley wrote in The Hill:
This is, after all, the same Weiss who headed an investigation that was trashed by whistleblowers, who alleged that his investigation had been fixed from the outset.While it looks like a cover-up, it wouldn't shock me if Hunter was sacrificed to make Garland's witch hunt against Trump appear less political.
The GOP has been whining about Hunter's malfeasance for years now while doing nothing to meaningfully push back against Garland's witch hunt against Trump. The GOP establishment still hates Trump and wants him to go away. Rather than act in his defense, they simply whine about "double standards," "hypocrisy" and Hunter Biden.
Ben & Jerry's decision to not sell ice cream in the occupied Palestinian territories drew more pushback from the GOP than Garland's move to throw Trump in prison.
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