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Joe’s Attorney General Merrick Garland: “Racism is an American Problem” Only


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This is Joe Biden’s America.

Attorney General Merrick Garland has just stated that:

Racism is an American problem.

Re-read that sentence.

The clear implication is that “Racism is an American problem”… only.

Garland didn’t say that this was a struggle of the human race.

He didn’t acknowledge that people of ALL cultures for CENTURIES have struggled with discrimination in many forms.

Instead, he attempted to blame America.

And to think… this guy could have potentially been on the Supreme Court of the United States.

Scary!

Seriously, why are Democrats so self-loathing?

It’s alarming.

More on Garland’s comments, and why they are dangerous, below:

For those of you who missed it, here’s Garland’s take on “systemic racism” when it comes to policing:

Garland’s words are dangerous.

Why?

Because they appear to suggest that racism is an American issue only.

As though the Chinese or Muslim countries have no forms of discrimination or prejudice that they deal with.

Breitbart confirms Garland’s comments, which some say are anti-American:

President Joe Biden’s Attorney General Merrick Garland said, “racism is an American problem,” during an ABC News interview with Pierre Thomas.

Garland did not directly mention any ongoing cases in the interview when he was asked to do so on the Derek Chauvin trial, saying, “I intend to wait until the verdict before I will say anything, and I would urge the American people to do the same.”

When asked by Thomas if he “believes there is bias and pockets of racism in law enforcement,” Garland answered, “Racism is an American problem. I think that.. umm.. it’s plain to me that there has been and remains discrimination against African Americans and other communities of color, and other ethnic minorities.”

“I think it’s reflected in discrimination in housing and employment and the justice system. … We do not yet have equal justice under law,’ said Garland.

Concerning the social unrest in 2020, Garland remarked, “I also saw the videos last summer, all through the summer.”

Garland added, “I felt that beginning last summer, at least, there was a chance to bring this to the fore of the national consciousness, to create a moment in which we could change.”

“And like many Americans, I was shocked. But many black Americans were not shocked because they have known of this kind of treatment before,” he continued.

“And part of the reason that I wanted to be attorney general was I wanted to help bring that change,” he added. “All of us in our family feel an obligation – public service – and try to protect other people the way the country protected us.”

Garland also said about his ambitions that he has an “opportunity to do some very important things. I have the opportunity now to lead a Justice Department in pursuit of civil rights.”

It’s scary that this guy is the Attorney General in our country.

I don’t know about you, but he’s not who I want determining what justice is and isn’t.

If he speaks like a radical and acts like a radical…

Foreign news sources are picking up on Garland’s strange comments.

The UK’s Daily Mail reports:

Attorney General Merrick Garland said in an interview the nation does not yet have ‘equal justice under law’ – as he marked the anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing and spoke of persistent racism as the jury meets in the Derek Chauvin trial.

The nation’s top law enforcement officer steered clear of pronouncements about the ongoing trial – even as President Joe Biden phoned George Floyd’s brother Philonise.

He described racism as an ongoing problem throughout the country, when asked about racism on police forces.

‘Look, racism is an American problem,’ he told ABC News.

‘It’s plain to me that there has been and remains discrimination against African Americans and other communities of color, and other ethnic minorities. I think it’s reflected in discrimination in housing and employment and the justice system. … We do not yet have equal justice under law,’ said Garland.

‘I also saw the videos last summer, all through the summer,’ he said.

‘And like many Americans, I was shocked. But many Black Americans were not shocked, because they have known of this kind of treatment before,’ he continued.

‘I felt that beginning last summer, at least, there was a chance to bring this to the fore of the national consciousness, to create a moment in which we could change. And part of the reason that I wanted to be attorney general was I wanted to help bring that change,’ he said.

But he made a point of not commenting on the case in a way that might prejudice the outcome. ‘I intend to wait until the verdict before I will say anything and I would urge the American people to do the same,’ Garland said.

This is yet another different between Trump and sleepy Joe.

Trump was America First.

He was proud to be an American.

But Joe… and all the people that serve in his administration… want to put America last.

They undermine America first.

It’s sad.

We must MAGA Again!



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