One Conservative’s Brave Stand is About to Change the Game for Republicans Forever

The Department of Justice (DOJ) under Attorney General Merrick Garland is disregarding the new precedent set by the Democrats in the previous Congress and has shown a disregard for the rule of law. The Biden administration is taking advantage of the new standard of “no mercy” for stonewallers established by the January 6 Committee.

The DOJ’s attempt to return to pre-Trump precedent by informing the House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, that they wouldn’t be cooperating with document requests is unacceptable.

Republicans in the House of Representatives must use all powers at their disposal, including subpoenas and the ability to hold individuals and entities in contempt of Congress, to prevent the executive branch from becoming an unaccountable monarchy.

Bullet Points:

  • The DOJ is disregarding the new precedent set by the Democrats in the previous Congress.
  • The Biden administration is taking advantage of the new standard of “no mercy” for stonewallers.
  • The DOJ’s attempt to return to pre-Trump precedent by not cooperating with document requests is unacceptable.
  • Republicans in the House of Representatives must use all powers at their disposal, including subpoenas and the ability to hold individuals and entities in contempt of Congress.
  • Republicans must send the subpoenas, demand transparency, and hold the Biden administration accountable.

The Democrats have created a “Bannon-Navarro” doctrine of contempt of Congress, and Republicans in the House of Representatives must not back down from the fight to hold the Biden administration accountable. Republicans must send the subpoenas, demand transparency, and hold the Biden administration accountable, using the new rules the Democrats put in place.

This is a critical time for the country, with issues such as a $31 trillion national debt, the spread of critical race theory, fentanyl pouring across the borders, and censorship of free speech. Republicans must uphold the rule of law and bring accountability to the government.