"This is the telltale sign of an authoritarian regime": Tulsi Gabbard goes off on the Biden Justice Department targeting political opponents
· · Jul 28, 2022 · NottheBee.com

When she's right, she is DEAD right.

Former Democrat representative from Hawaii Tulsi Gabbard lays out exactly how the Biden Justice Department is like something out of a third-world dictatorship.

They are targeting political opponents and serving at the whim of the Democratic Party.

She lays out the general problem of unequal justice with the Merrick Garland DOJ. The rule of law is not being fairly enforced and friends of the Democrats are getting away with crimes.

Then she names names.

James Clapper, for example, he directly lied under oath while testifying before the US Senate about the fact that the NSA, when questioned about the NSA's mass collection program, saying "is the NSA collecting mass data on millions of Americans across the country?" He said, "no."

There were never any consequences for that...

When you look at James Clapper, you look at John Brennan as head of the CIA and how they were illegally spying on senate staffers... nothing happened to them.

Not only did nothing happen to them, they kept their jobs, they continued on. And now you can see them on television almost every day of the week being touted as these great experts that the country should be listening to on national security and intelligence.

It's mindblowing to see this double standard at play.

Tulsi is absolutely right.

This is not only unjust, but it's also a danger to security that these people are not held to account.

It encourages more spying on Americans and lets corrupt DCers know they won't be held accountable for their crimes, as long as it benefits the Democratic Party.


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