Calls for AG Merrick Garland's Removal Mount over Special Counsel's Biden Report - EVOL

Calls have begun to mount for the removal of Democrat President Joe Biden’s Attorney General Merrick Garland.

In a stunning turn of events, the U.S. Department of Justice has cast a shadow over Biden’s handling of classified documents, though stopping short of prosecution.

The special counsel’s report questions Biden’s mental fitness, igniting a firestorm of criticism and debate over the implications for his presidency and the DOJ’s impartiality.

The inquiry into President Joe Biden’s mishandling of classified documents commenced in January 2023, spearheaded by special counsel Robert Hur, appointed by AG Garland.

This investigation was prompted by the discovery of Obama-era classified documents at Biden’s Delaware home and the Penn Biden Center office in Washington D.C., unearthed between November 2022 and January 2023.

Upon concluding the investigation, Hur’s report, released on a Thursday, confirmed that Biden would not face prosecution.

This decision was influenced by Biden’s cooperative stance throughout the investigation and the absence of conclusive evidence to establish guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.

While the decision against prosecution might have been anticipated, the report’s commentary on Biden’s mental fitness was unexpected.

Describing the president as “a well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory,” the report’s observations have stirred significant



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