Attorney General Merrick Garland’s decision to appoint David Weiss as special counsel in the Hunter Biden case has largely gone unquestioned by the mainstream media. But this move is not as straightforward as it seems. Federal regulations dictate that a special counsel should be someone “outside the U.S. government.” This is to ensure an unbiased and impartial investigation. However, Garland’s decision to appoint Weiss, a U.S. Attorney under President Biden, is a clear deviation from this rule.
This appointment gives Weiss unchecked authority, potentially allowing him to steer the investigation away from any evidence that might implicate the president. The media’s role should be to question such decisions and hold those in power accountable. Their failure to do so is a glaring oversight that the American public should be aware of.
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