Remember the old adage, “what goes around, comes around?”
The Democrats are about to see that come to fruition after weaponizing the court system in their frenzy to get former President Donald Trump and keep him from getting back into power in 2024.
They threw the rules out the window and now they are going to have to face the music.
House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer (R-KY) is reporting that there are GOP prosecutors already getting in line to charge President Joe Biden along with members of his family. It looks like the focus will be on Biden’s CCP bribery and money laundering schemes.
James Comer told Fox News, “I had two calls yesterday, one from a county attorney in Kentucky and one from a county attorney in Tennessee. They were Republican, obviously, both states are heavily Republican. They want to know if there are ways they can go after the Bidens now.”
Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton said, “You can be sure that there are prosecutors across Florida and Texas right now who are looking for a state law hook into the Biden family. And if they’re not, they’re not doing their jobs.”
Mike Davis is a former chief counsel for nominations on the Senate Judiciary Committee and president of the Article III Project. He floated legal theories for possible prosecutions.
“I think our Republican AGs and DAs should get creative,” Davis said.
“You just need probable cause. A grand jury can indict a ham sandwich. We just saw that in New York. And the Bidens actually committed real crimes. These are real crimes that the Bidens committed. There is smoking-gun evidence that the Bidens were corruptly and illegally on Chinese and Ukrainian oligarchs’ payrolls. I understand the Bidens may have had some oil and gas deals that deal with Texas. I think maybe Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton should start looking at this long and hard … and Louisiana with [Republican state Attorney General Jeff] Landry,” Davis told the media.
At least two local GOP prosecutors are looking at ways to charge Joe Biden into his CCP bribery and money laundering schemes.
James Comer “I had two calls yesterday, one from a county attorney in Kentucky and one from a county attorney in Tennessee,” pic.twitter.com/8s8dRo3Tqy
— 🇺🇸RealRobert🇺🇸 (@Real_RobN) April 5, 2023