Brooks and Capehart on the evolution of Biden’s immigration policy, the January 6 investigation

Jonathan Caphart:

Well, as far as the Attorney General is concerned, I think what President Schiff and Congresswoman Lofgren, their annoyance with him about the contempt charges, I think, are – they are valid.

They left the Chamber. They sit in the DOJ. And no one knows what’s going on with them in terms of lawsuits.

Where I agree with David in terms of confidence, Merrick Garland is on the call of – Democrats and leftists for the DOJ to investigate Donald Trump. And I think those are two separate things. And when it comes to investigating the former president, I – it would be, I was going to say, crazy if Merrick Garland telegraphed that it happened before he had all the dotted I’s and crossed out T’s.

It has been – there are a lot of former prosecutors on TV who keep saying the same thing as you. Trust – they trust – they trust Merrick Garland. But, at some point, that trust will erode.

But, at this moment, with regard to the contempt charges, I say, Mr. Attorney General, what are you doing? But on the general question of whether Donald Trump should be investigated, I’m prepared – I’m prepared to wait, because I want the DOJ, I want the Attorney General to be as careful as possible, that he pleads his case as bulletproof as possible, if there is one, so that he does not make matters worse by collapsing.


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