The Department of Justice is supposed to investigate violations of Federal law. You know, including such things as collusion with foreign enemies of the United States.
That’s what they’re supposed to do, but the last decade (at least) has shown a disregard of that job (a dereliction of duty?) by a scary number of DOJ employees. Just look at how they handled the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email scandal. They, in effect, said that she was guilty, but they weren’t going to charge her anyway. Or how they handled the Trump Russia collusion hoax. DOJ employees were in on the hoax, knew it was false information, and still used it to spy on Trump’s 2016 Presidential campaign, probably to try to benefit HIllary’s campaign.
But that’s not suspicious, is it?
And if that’s not suspicious, then a recent move by the DOJ under Joe Biden isn’t suspicious either. Which is to say that it’s incredibly suspicious. Mimi Nguyen Ly writes,
The Department of Justice (DOJ) has dropped its charges against five visiting Chinese scientists who were accused of lying about the extent of their ties to the Chinese military.
The scientists included biomedical and cancer researchers in California and a doctoral candidate studying artificial intelligence in Indiana, whose various charges, including visa fraud, were dropped by prosecutors, according to brief court filings late Thursday and Friday, reported the Wall Street Journal.
One of the scientists, Tang Juan, a biology researcher based at the University of California–Davis, was scheduled to appear before a jury for the start of her trial on Monday. She headed toward a flight back to China after her Chinese passport was returned, reported The Sacramento Bee.
The outlet reported that Assistant U.S. Attorney Heiko Coppola gave no reason for seeking the dismissal, and acting U.S. Attorney Phillip Talbert declined to comment.
Really, the only question to ask about this whole thing is, “What is Biden’s DOJ trying to hide?”