DOJ Asked to Investigate Murder of 6 Christians in Nashville as a Hate Crime – Garland Responds

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Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) believes the horrific murder of six people, including three children, in a Christian school, was a hate crime based partly on the targets chosen by the transperson who slaughtered them. According to the police, these Christian people were specifically targeted.

The DOJ has investigated so-called hate crimes with much less evidence and even contradictory evidence, such as in the case of Michael Brown.

Authorities have hidden the manifesto, which undoubtedly suggests the motive. The police chief won’t release it, and he won’t mention a possible motive. One would think that would be said if the motive helped the narrative.

When we see crimes in places like Ferguson, where the police are targeted, the DOJ investigates. Asking them to investigate is reasonable, given the DOJ’s past practices. However, Merrick Garland is probably not planning to investigate because the Chief failed to give a motive.

Garland commonly gives non-answers, so you can’t address his response. He won’t give one until the event passes through the news cycle.

Sen. Kennedy asked him during the Judiciary hearing if he planned to investigate. The attorney general’s response was to say nothing much.

Garland:  The FBI and ATF are both on the scene working with the local police. As of now, motive hasn’t been identified, and the police chief said at his last press conference that they haven’t yet have reached a conclusion with respect to a motive. We are certainly working full-time with them to try and determine what the motive is. And, of course, motive is what determines whether it’s a hate crime or not.

Does anyone expect the truth from this administration?

Weird Joe Biden thought it was a good time to make a joke out of it. Biden is always inappropriate. How anyone can vote for him or defend him is beyond all reason.


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Jeremiah
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Jeremiah
10 months ago

The Epstein-playing Garland is actually waiting to see who will pay him the most for any narrative.

GuvGeek
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GuvGeek
10 months ago

Merrick Garland is not going to investigate the Democrat’s War on Christianity. The Majority of People in the Democrat Party today are little more than Devil Worshipers, and Democrats simply are not going to investigate their base supporters. The actions of Democrats speak far louder than their double talk.

Jeremiah
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Jeremiah
10 months ago
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It’s funny they haven’t kicked in Joe Biden’s withered azz in yet since he’s a white supremacist, pro-segregationist, a KKK associate, a white privilege advocate, a degenerate and child molester, and claims to attend some church.

Peter B. Prange
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Peter B. Prange
10 months ago

More and more it appears that to be a Christian means one does not receive the full protections of the constitution and of law. That of course is clearly prophesied in the Bible. To paraphrase, if Christ was judged by a kangaroo court, those who follow him should expect the same from the current leadership who make Anna, Caiaphas and Pilate almost look like saints.

lalasayswhat
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lalasayswhat
10 months ago

The “Manifesto”. What the hell can be gained by a manifesto written by some perverted hateful dimwit? Why does the media treat these rantings of murderers like it was some work of art written on par with Shakespeare or the Bible. I’d read it once, wipe my ass with it and throw it in the trash along with the person who wrote it.