Attorney General Merrick Garland Needs to Apply the “Rule of Law” to Corrupt Federal Judges!

The attorney general of the United States, Merrick Garland, likes to publicly talk about the so called “rule of law”. In his press conference addressing the warrant served at Trump’s property at Mar-a-Lago and the confiscating of boxes of documents, Garland said “Faithful adherence to the rule of law is the bedrock principle of the Justice Department and of our democracy. Upholding the rule of law means applying the law evenly without fear or favor. Under my watch, that is precisely what the Justice Department is doing.” Garland needs to put his money where his mouth is. He has a terrible track record of “Faithful adherence to the rule of law”. With all due respect, “upholding the rule of law” is precisely NOT happening under his “watch” when it comes to federal judges who are breaking the laws of the United States. It’s almost as though they have diplomatic immunity from arrest and criminal prosecution. Garland must have conveniently forgotten about how he didn’t take such a posture about the “rule of law” —that he likes to talk about so much— when he was put in charge of ruling on an ethics complaint against Texas judge, Edith Jones, of the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals, who was accused of an ethics violation of making public derogatory comments against Blacks and Hispanics including suggesting that Blacks and Hispanics are “predisposed to crime” and “prone” to violence” at a 2013 speech at a Federalist Society sponsored event at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Several groups filed an ethical complaint against Jones for her derogatory public comments. The matter ended up before Garland who then appointed a special committee that included himself to handle the complaint. Only two people were allowed… Read More