Biden Further Reveals He Has No Clue What Is Going On!


Biden feigns he didn’t have a single clue after the nation was unsettled and alarmed by the blatant political persecution of legendary New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, of late President Trump’s personal attorney the Biden-Harris regime immediately began to distance themselves frantically from the bold-faced authoritarian display.

On Thursday, Biden vehemently denied any fore-knowledge of the DoJ’s actions against Giuliani during his interview with NBC’s Today. Instead, he’s throwing shade at the Trump administration in the process.

He told MSNBC‘s Craig Melvin, when asked if he was aware of the raid beforehand, “I give you my word. I was not.”

“I made a pledge I would not interfere in any way, order, or try to stop any investigation the Justice Department had underway. I learned about that last night when the rest of the world learned about it — my word. I had no idea this was underway,” Biden added.

As Melvin continued asking if he had been briefed on any other investigations – Biden seemed to grow more  distressed as the interview went on.

“No, and I’m not asking to be briefed,” Biden responded, repeating plaintively “I’m not asking to briefed.”

It was at this point Biden metaphorically pulled out the dagger and went to work on President Trump,

“That’s the Justice Department’s independent judgement. This last administration politicized the department so badly that many of them quit, so many left. It’s not the role of the president to say who should be prosecuted, when they should be prosecuted, who should be not prosecuted. The Justice Department is the people’s lawyer, not the president’s lawyer,”

However, Biden’s words here are hardly absolute though. As written in the Fordham Legal review, By Bruce A. Green and Rebecca Roiphe

“In Morrison v. Olson, which upheld the federal independent counsel law that was later allowed to sunset, the late Justice Antonin Scalia argued in dissent that the Constitution vests executive power in the president and that “[g]overnmental investigation and prosecution of crime is a quintessentially executive function.” Many prominent constitutional scholars agree with Justice Scalia that the independent counsel law violated constitutional separation-of-powers principles, and although they do not necessarily proceed from the premise that the president has plenary constitutional authority over individual federal criminal prosecutions, some probably do.”

Without exaggeration, Justice Antonin Scalia was considered, even before his death as one of the most learned Constitutional Scholars in American History other than the framers themselves. And even Justice Scalia felt the powers of investigation and prosecution to be a “quintessentially executive function.” thus falling firmly under the President’s purview.

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Sources: Thegoptimes, Fordham Legal Review, MSNBC