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DOJ Inspector General Michael Horrowitz: DOJ Must Confront Political Weaponization Of Dept


He’s spot on, but will anything be done about it?

The DOJ Inspector General’s latest report has uncovered some serious problems with The DOJ—including the weaponization of the department for political purposes.

Conservatives and libertarians have known all too well that The Department of Justice, and all other alphabet agencies like The IRS, FBI, DOE, ATF, CIA, and even The EPA have all been weaponized against us.

We have literally known this for years, but it’s nice to see Michael Horrowitz take note.

I am not saying that Horrowitz is in collusion with these people, but this type of D.C. dog and pony show, with cheap lip service, and at most a slap on the wrist has never changed things.

These D.C. people eat together, they sleep together, they place Wall Street bets together. How can we seriously expect them to really hold one another accountable?

What we need is a complete dismantling of all these agencies because they aren’t here to serve you and me, they aren’t here to make America great again. They are here to make their bank accounts fatter, and to accrue more power.

That’s it. That is their sole function, and the sole function of the parasites who inhabit those dark and damp nooks and crannies of our democracy.

End the deep state now, drain the swamp, and take a look at these reports:

The Epoch Times had more on the weaponization of the DOJ, and the Inspector General’s comments:

“Numerous national events in the past year have crystalized the urgency for the department to address this challenge in a meaningful way,” he wrote, including the discovery that the DOJ under the Trump administration obtained communications to and from members of Congress and accusations that protesters were cleared from Lafayette Square in Washington on June 1, 2020, for political purposes.

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Such events “have all raised questions about the department’s objectivity and impartiality” and “negatively impacted the perception of the department as a fair administrator of justice,” Horowitz said.

The DOJ failed in other key areas as reported by ABC News:

Sixty-thousand inmates potentially did not properly receive credits for time served under the First Step Act’s recidivism programs, the Department of Justice inspector general found.

“We are concerned that the delay in applying earned time credits may negatively affect inmates who have earned a reduction in their sentence or an earlier placement in the community,” Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz wrote in the report released Tuesday.


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