Attorney General Merrick Garland is out of control.
He appears to be out for revenge after getting snubbed for the Supreme Court.
And Ann Coulter used one word to describe Merrick Garland after he authorized the Mar-a-Lago raid.
Merrick Garland is lashing out after being denied the Supreme Court by Mitch McConnell and the Republicans.
Garland’s actions prove that the country dodged a bullet by keeping such a reckless partisan off the high court.
And conservative author Ann Coulter called Garland a “lunatic” for his increasingly Stasi-like behavior.
Coulter took aim at Garland for his political persecution of the police officers in the Breonna Taylor raid.
Coulter wrote, “Let’s hope Merrick Garland’s search of Mar-a-Lago is based on more evidence than his indictment of the Louisville, Kentucky, police officers involved in the raid on Breonna Taylor’s house. That passive construction I just used — ‘involved in the raid on,’ instead of ‘who raided’ — is not sloppy writing: It’s the facts. The officers who actually shot Taylor have not been charged, apparently on the flimsy grounds that they were being shot at when they fired. Instead, our lunatic attorney general has indicted officers who prepared the affidavit used to obtain the warrant to search Taylor’s home. In the words of the indictment, the affidavit ‘contained information that was false, misleading and out-of-date . . . and that the officers lacked probable cause for the search.’”
The Breonna Taylor case became a cause célèbre for the Left, yet the Democrat Media Complex did a shockingly poor job detailing the facts of the case.
Initially, it was reported that the police raided the wrong home, which is false.
Later, the story was the cops bursted into the apartment with a no-knock warrant.
That, too, was false – the officers executed a knock-and-announce search warrant.
A major detail that gets glossed over by the Left is that Taylor was a known associate of a major drug dealer in Louisville.
Coulter continued, “Taylor . . . was the moll for drug dealer Jamarcus Glover, one of Louisville’s biggest suppliers of cocaine and fentanyl, and therefore by definition a murderer. On March 13, 2020, the police executed simultaneous search warrants on two of his ‘trap houses’ as well as the home of his bagwoman, Breonna . . . [T]he feds say the following claims were false:
1. Glover and Taylor had an “ongoing connection”;
2. Glover used Taylor’s address as his residence;
3. Glover received packages at Taylor’s address.
While it can be murky determining the precise relationship status and residence of a drug dealer, especially when he works out of three trap houses and has multiple girlfriends, those three claims are not false. They are ‘true.’”
Each of the claims by the FBI are refuted by video, audio, and GPS evidence.
Garland is out way over his skies in this case as well as the raid on Mar-A-Lago.
This is what a weaponized FBI looks like.
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