Oh, things are starting to get warmed up now.
A link between a top DOJ official and Hunter Biden has been exposed.
Hunter Biden attorney Chris Clark has a little something in common with a top DOJ official named during the Biden administration.
Conflict of Interest
Chris Clark is a partner at the New York-based firm Latham & Watkins.
He worked on several cases with Nicholas McQuaid before January 2021, which is when McQuaid was named as the acting head of the Justice Department’s criminal division.
Just in case you don’t see these dots, let me make this perfectly clear…
The acting head of the division investigating criminal activity for the DOJ worked directly with Hunter Biden’s current attorney.
So, we are now supposed to believe that this appointment was by chance?
I think we all know Biden enough to see what this is all about.
Of course, the Biden administration is telling everyone that there is nothing to see here.
McQuaid signed a piece of paper, so this is all on the up and up.
The White House stated that he signed Joe Biden’s ethics pledge and he agreed that “not for a period of 2 years from the date of my appointment participate in any particular matter involving specific parties that is directly and substantially related to my former employer or former clients, including regulations and contracts.”
That pledge is not even worth the paper that it is printed on.
Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA), who has been all over this from the outset, stated, “It’s yet another abject failure of accountability in a long list.
“If Republicans retake a majority in the Senate, the department can expect additional pressure and process from me as chairman [of the Judiciary Committee ] and from my colleagues on the Senate Judiciary Committee.
“We’d be seeking information from dozens of individuals, and empowered by a committee majority — we’d no longer just be asking.”