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Chris Landau Exposes DOJ Politicization and Double Standards

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Former Scalia and Thomas Law Clerk Chris Landau joined “The Ingraham Angle,” on a recent segment to discuss America’s seemingly deteriorating justice system. 

He started off by disagreeing with Attorney General Merrick Garland’s recent defense of the DOJ.  

“It’s incredible how he’s trying to blur the lines between legitimate criticism of the Department of Justice and, you know, threats and unacceptable, forms of coercion. He’s trying to make it seem like the Department of Justice is immune and impervious to criticism,” Landau said. 

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“I mean, this is the most politicized Department of Justice in United States history. I mean, this is the first time in history the Department of Justice is indicting the president’s primary political opponent. The double standard has never been more brazen between whom they’re prosecuting and what they’re prosecuting for and what they’re not prosecuting.”

According to Ingraham, the greatest threat to Democrats is Trump’s possible re-election in November. He would truly be the greatest danger to democracy in their eyes.

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“No blow is too low. And then they claim that everything else is a danger to democracy,” Landau added. 

“I mean, I think it’s a danger to democracy when they’re failing to enforce the law, when they’re brazenly, you know, one-sided in their application of the law, and when they’re trying to imprison the president’s chief political rival.”

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