Attorney General Merrick Garland is testifying today before the House Judiciary Committee. One of the main topics of discussion (for the Republicans that is) has been the AG’s memo about the FBI, parents and school boards.

Rep. Andy Biggs asked Garland what has and hasn’t caused him to put out a memo like that, and this says it all:

This administration does have its “priorities.”

Also, as we told you earlier, Sen. Rand Paul had a very telling thread after the NIH contradicted Dr. Fauci’s denials about funding for gain of function research at the Wuhan lab.

Rep. Biggs also asked Garland if the DOJ has any plans to look into what happened there, and you already know the answer:

We’ll take that “no comment” as a “no” until it’s proven otherwise.



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