The Department of Justice announced the creation of a new special counsel to ignore Hunter Biden.
“Based on recent developments, including the former president’s announcement that he is a candidate for president in the next election, and the sitting president’s stated intention to be a candidate as well, I have concluded that it is in the public interest to appoint a special counsel,” Garland said at the Justice Department.
The Special Counsel will collect as much evidence on Hunter Biden as it can. This evidence will then either be ignored or destroyed.
“One particularly hard issue is that there is so much evidence to destroy” said one anonymous FBI Agent. “In the past we would just pay twitter to kill the story.”
The good news for them is for now Facebook and the mainstream media are still owned by the Democrats and US Intelligence Organizations. We at DogFacePonia wondered why this is “special”. Afterall, the FBI has been running this way for years, right? After some comparisons to other special counsels like Mueller Investigation. We did determine what is similar and different. The Similarities are that they are a total farce.
We did determine a couple of ways it is “special” in its own right
- How much it ignores the constitution.
- How long it has been going on before it was announced – This has been going on for years but has just been announced.
- How partisan it is: you may be thinking the Mueller Investigation was partisan which it was but, in the end, they didn’t really find anything. The goal of this investigation is to not find anything or at least lose anything that is found.
- It gives Merrick Garland deniability so he can blame it on the special counsel. They can even continue destroying things after Biden is no longer president – Merrick has too much on his hands investigating Pro-Lifers, Confiscating Rosaries and anyone and anyone saying Let’s Go Brandon.
We think Hunter Biden can be part of the special counsel’s team. He is a lawyer and there wouldn’t be a conflict of interest at all.
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