Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) is not letting up.
Jordan is now hammering the Department of Justice for more information to support the appointment of David Weiss as the Special Counsel for the Hunter Biden investigation, reported the Epoch Times.
To this point, the only insight that was offered by Attorney General Merrick Garland was that Weiss asked to be special counsel, and he let him.
One Question… Why?
Technically, Weiss never should have been appointed because he was already in the government, but that is a topic for another day.
Right now, we are concentrating on what led to this appointment, as is Jim Jordan.
Jordan, along with House Ways and Means Chairman Jason Smith (R-MO) and House Oversight Chairman James Comer (R-KY) penned a letter to Merrick Garland demanding answers.
In part, the letter stated, “It is not clear why you have only now, after the investigation has been going on for five years, opted to appoint Mr. Weiss as special counsel, especially after you and the Department represented that Mr. Weiss already had ‘ultimate’ authority over the case,” reported The Hill.
I said a long time ago that this investigation was going to be dragged out as long as possible, then Hunter would get a slap on the wrist right before the end of Joe Biden’s first term.
This is about protecting both Joe and Hunter Biden, nothing else.
How Weiss got this appointment is baffling considering how badly he dropped the ball on this investigation.
And we know that happened because IRS whistleblowers have come forward to say there are aspects of the investigation that were never broached by Weiss.
That does not even take into consideration the plea deal that Weiss was considering for Hunter Biden.
All I know is that Hunter Biden has been accused of crimes that you or I would have been sent to jail for, especially the tax case.
When you owe the government more than two million in taxes, that is generally not a slap on the wrist and a fine.
That does not even take into account the gun charges, which carry a mandatory jail sentence.
But let’s be serious, does anyone here expect Hunter to spend a day in prison as long as Daddy is the president?