Trump calls out DOJ for ignoring Biden investigation

by Jessica Marie Baumgartner

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President Trump released a series of videos addressing alleged “corruption and fraud” and called out the DOJ for ignoring the Biden family crimes investigation. 

In a post to Truth Social Tuesday night, he said, “One of the many things I have done as president, and thereafter, is to expose the massive corruption and fraud that takes place on a regular basis in the U.S.A.”

He reminded voters, “I exposed it all and I will be the one to clean it up.”

President Trump then released another video to Truth Social discussing the inconsistencies displayed within the current justice system. 

He stated, “Justice and the rule of law are officially dead in America,” and blamed the Democrats for corrupting the justice system with political weaponization. 

He discussed prosecutor Jack Smith’s recent actions to gain access to his personal Twitter data, which was reported on by the Washington Examiner.

“What could he possibly find out that is not already known?” President Trump asked in his video address. 

Amid the unprecedented sensitivity of prosecuting a former president while he is running for reelection, the justice system has continued to move forward with questionable charges against Trump despite seeking little to no information on the Biden Family crimes investigation.

According to The Federalist, the DOJ is allegedly more concerned about “saving face” and covering their own shortcomings than prosecuting potential crimes committed by the Biden family. 

President Trump decried this in his third video on the subject, Tuesday night, stating, “Why isn’t the DOJ raiding crooked Joe Biden’s House?”

“Why aren’t they raiding his phones?” he went on. 

President Trump then concluded, “He’s the most corrupt and incompetent president in the History of the United States.”

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