Merrick Garland Attempts to Silence Whistleblowers

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Mike Davis of the Article 3 Project (IAP) posted a reminder on Twitter from Attorney General Merrick Garland warning staff not to contact Congress. He sent this as whistleblowers began to pile up on Sen. Grassley’s door. They are exposing Russiagate lies and deep concerns about the Mar-a-Lago raid.

Raw Story, a silly left-wing publication called Mr. Davis, who is a constitutionalist, far-right for exposing this.

The Attorney General’s “reminder” sounds like a threat to us, given the timing (you can read it below).

Last week, the FBI special agent Timothy Thibault was chased out after whistleblowers exposed his cover-up of Hunter’s laptop. Yesterday, Garland banned 90,000 DOJ employees from talking to Congress.

The Left is online claiming it’s a conspiracy theory.

The “reminders” frighten employees into silence.

Employees have 1st Amendment and statutory rights to directly communicate and answer questions from Congress without telling leadership or filtering the contacts through the DOJ. The policy leads employees to believe they have to go through Congressional Affairs when they don’t.

Someone needs to challenge the policy.

Mr. Davis published the “reminder” sent out by Garland.


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Sick of it All
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Sick of it All
1 year ago

Waiting impatiently for them to get their just punishments… Who’s watching the watcgers?

The Prisoner
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The Prisoner
1 year ago

It’s illegal. It violates whistleblower laws. And, congress has Constitutional oversight over the DOJ. This is a continuation of the criminal coverups. Garland is scared. This is far too much pressure for Garland to handle.

Grassley has a track record of not overseeing the DOJ. He is campaigning.

GuvGeek
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GuvGeek
1 year ago
Reply to  The Prisoner

I hear his order is being ignored.

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GuvGeek
1 year ago

Back in the 1980s I worked in local Government. My boss instructed the Staff to do something similar. I put my resume on the street and was gone within a Month. A few years later the office I worked for found itself in court. Some people went to jail. I would think that good smart and honorable people at the Justice Department need to put their resumes out on the street and get out before the walls fall in.