Joe Biden has weaponized the Department of Justice against his political enemies.
This comes after he promised to be a moderate.
Now, Merrick Garland’s latest arrest will send a chill down your spine.
Attorney General Merrick Garland is on the warpath.
Americans dodged a bullet when they fought back against former President Barack Obama’s attempts to put him on the Supreme Court.
Unfortunately, Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell waved the white flag when President Joe Biden wanted to install Garland as Attorney General.
And since he was confirmed, Garland has shown just what a radical partisan he is.
Garland’s FBI just arrested Ryan Kelley, the leading challenger to Democrat Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer.
The FBI lowered the boom on Kelley for being present at the Capitol on January 6th.
The Wall Street Journal reported that Kelley “was arrested by federal agents at his home…in connection with his role in the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol, authorities said. The Federal Bureau of Investigation arrested Mr. Kelley, 40 years old, on four charges connected to the Capitol riot, according to the agency and the U.S. attorney’s office for the District of Columbia. The charges include one count that he entered or remained on restricted grounds and one count that he engaged in physical violence on restricted grounds, according to a criminal complaint filed in federal court on Wednesday.”
Kelley was allegedly captured on video climbing the building, but never went inside.
The arrest comes at a suspicious time with the Michigan primaries fewer than two months away, Kelley had become the leader among Republican challengers with 19% of the vote.
Kelley’s alleged crimes are misdemeanors like most of January 6th defendants.
Despite that, they’ve allegedly been treated like terrorists at Guantanamo Bay.
Michigan is an important battleground state that the Democrats do not want to fall into Republican control.
During COVID, Whitmer had some of the most soul-crushing lockdowns in the country.
Whitmer was also at the center of a foiled FBI plot to entrap a group of bungling would-be kidnappers to abduct the governor.
Out of 26 people involved, 12 were FBI agents or informants.
Coincidentally, the agent in charge of that operation moved to the D.C. field office prior to the January 6th riot.
Meanwhile, Garland has shown a willingness to punish the critics of the regime after he sicced the Department of Justice on concerned parents protesting school board meetings.
Now he’s sweeping up gubernatorial candidates in a large-scale witch hunt related to the Capitol Hill riot that occurred 17 months ago.
The Democrats can’t run on their record, so they have to resort to show trials to silence their political opponents.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.