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Republicans Who Don’t Impeach Biden And His DOJ Cronies Now Are Part Of The Partisan Prosecution Problem

Voters want accountability for the people and agencies responsible for meddling in the latest three elections but Republicans fail to deliver.

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The latest round of unconstitutional charges from Biden’s Department of Justice against former President Donald Trump warrants a severe smackdown from the other branches of government. Senate Republicans have a proven track record of being useless in defending conservatives against Democrat-led attacks but even the House GOP has sat on its haunches on this issue far too long.

Formally, according to an indictment announced Tuesday night, Trump faces charges of conspiracy to defraud the United States, conspiracy to obstruct an official proceeding, obstruction of and an attempt to obstruct an official proceeding, and conspiracy against civil rights, all of which were brought by Special Counsel Jack Smith in an investigation into Trump’s actions leading up to and on Jan. 6, 2021. In reality, Trump faces punishment by his likely 2024 presidential rival for claiming the 2020 election was stolen, an opinion which is undoubtedly protected by the First Amendment.

The most recent indictment is in addition to the 74 preexisting charges in the Democrats’ classified documents and Manhattan cases against Trump, both of which are legally weak, even by Never Trumpers’ standards. The number of charges is only expected to go up, with several more charges anticipated in the “get Trump” Georgia election case.

The timing of Trump’s indictments is suspicious because it perfectly aligns with the Biden administration’s attempts to obstruct and cover up the Democrat president’s role in an international influence-peddling scheme. Every time there is a bombshell breakthrough in the Biden family corruption case, Trump is punished with more concocted charges.

There’s no doubt House Republicans have made headway in their quest to expose FBI, DOJ, and Biden family corruption. But if the GOP can’t muster up the courage to act on those findings, they are practically useless.

The first round of sham charges against Trump should have prompted a swift and sound impeachment campaign against key players like President Joe Biden, Smith, Attorney General Merrick Garland, and Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss for their roles in the deep state’s biggest election-rigging plot to date. Talk about impeachment and defunding the disgraced DOJ swelled but has yet to come to fruition.

The latest round of rustled-up charges against Trump gives the House GOP the chance to follow through on their promises to hold morally bankrupt bureaucrats accountable. Instead of releasing articles of impeachment mere hours after the newest Trump charges hit, Republican members apparently plan to dawdle in their districts all of August.

Republicans had plenty of statements and tweets about the partisan scheming of the Biden DOJ. Talking about the Biden administration’s corruption is technically more than Senate GOP leadership is willing to devote to the situation but ultimately means nothing without action.

The House GOP is so slow on the uptake that 2024 presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy beat them to the “taking action” punch with a lawsuit that threatens the DOJ for refusing to hand over documents that could confirm allegations of collusion between White House officials and the DOJ about Trump’s charges.

Voters want accountability for the people and agencies responsible for meddling in the latest three presidential elections. A majority, 56 percent, know the Trump indictments are “interference by the Department of Justice in the 2024 elections” instead of a “fair application of the law.”

Yet, Republicans fail to deliver. Their inaction leaves the rampant Biden regime not only unpunished for prosecuting its enemies but forever available to continue its rampage. While the Bidens flit about free of prison time and counting on their DOJ friends to let them off easy, Trump endures yet another smear campaign that could not only cost him the election but his freedom.

Our constitutional republic is threatened more and more every day the Biden administration is allowed to continue its war on American voters. If the GOP doesn’t act on its impeachment promises soon, the Biden administration will not stop its attack on its primary political opponent until he is behind bars and out of the 2024 race, and his supporters are adequately punished for wrongthink.


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