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DOJ Official Displays The Ignorance Of Many In Biden’s Justice Department

via Congressman Tom McClintock

Republican Rep. Jim Jordan expressed astonishment at Assistant Attorney General Kristen Clarke’s lack of familiarity with a significant free-speech case before the U.S. Supreme Court, suggesting it reflects the Justice Department’s political motives.

The case, Missouri v. Biden, involves allegations of government censorship during the COVID-19 pandemic.

U.S. District Court and the U.S. Court of Appeals ruled in favor of the case, with the Supreme Court still set to decide.

“Um, congressman, I’m not familiar with this litigation, but happy to bring your question back,” Clarke said to Republican Rep. Dan Bishop regarding Missouri vs. Biden.

Bishop then sought further confirmation that Clarke was indeed “not aware” of the case.

“Unfortunately, I’m not, Congressman,” she said.

Bishop questioned how it was even possible.

“If – if – if you could share more of the facts, that could be helpful, Congressman,” Clarke said shakly.

“Otherwise, you’re just — you just don’t know. Is that correct?” Bishop asked.

“That’s correct. Unfortunately, this does not appear to be a case that I’m familiar with,” the assistant attorney general said.

“I don’t know what we say,” Rep. Jordan later said.

“I would think every member and anyone watching is just astounded.”

“If that doesn’t, in and of itself, show that this Justice Department is political, and doing things for political reasons, I do not know what does,” Jordan pressed.

Clarke’s admission of ignorance, when questioned by Rep. Dan Bishop, raises questions regarding her competence and truthfulness.

The situation has left many with uncertainty surrounding her credibility.

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