Watching the line-up for Merrick Garland’s confirmation votes on his nomination, I realized something today about politics in Congress. All Democrat politicians, whether famous or unknown, can reliably be counted on to vote a straight Democrat party ticket. Meanwhile, many Republican politicians, whether famous or unknown, can also be reliably counted on to vote a straight Democrat party ticket.
Merrick Garland, of course, is Biden’s nominee for Attorney General. Although presented as a “moderate,” he is anything but.
During the Senate hearings on Garland’s nomination, America learned that:
- He believes domestic terrorism only occurs during the daytime (i.e., the events on January 6) and never at night (e.g., Antifa’s month’s long nighttime attacks on federal property in Portland);
- He defines the events on January 6 as a White Supremacist attack and vows to devote his energy to targeting “white supremacists and others” – which means, of course, joining in Pelosi’s and the FBI’s witch hunt against any conservatives in D.C. on that day to hearing Trump give a perfectly normal political speech;
- He won’t promise to protect John Durham’s investigation;
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