Wisconsin Republican Rep. Tom Tiffany asked Attorney General Merrick Garland the million-dollar question as crime spirals out of control in Dem-controlled cities and at the border.
Tiffany asked Garland to his face if he supports more crime. Garland was left stammering.
TIFFANY: Mr. Attorney General, do you support the consent decree that I believe was put in place in the city of Minneapolis?
GARLAND: I’m sorry? Do I support the…
TIFFANY: Do you support the consent decree that was put in place with the police department of Minneapolis?
GARLAND: The one that was put in place by the federal government?
TIFFANY: Do you support fewer cops on the street?
GARLAND: Do I support…
TIFFANY: Fewer cops on the street?
GARLAND: No, I don’t support fewer cops on the streets.
TIFFANY: So that’s what’s happening as a result of that.
GARLAND: I don’t think that’s a consequence of the consent decree. Minneapolis has been losing police officers for many years.
TIFFANY: Do you support more crime?
GARLAND: Do I support more crime?
GARLAND: No, I don’t.
TIFFANY: So there was just a hearing in Minnetonka, Minnesota, a tony suburb of Minneapolis, just I think