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Tulsi Gabbard torches Biden for “politicizing” DOJ and using “state security apparatus"


U.S. Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard speaking with attendees at the 2019 California Democratic Party State Convention
Tulsi Gabbard

Former Hawaii Democrat Representative Tulsi Gabbard criticized Joe Biden for allegedly politicizing the Department of Justice (DOJ) and using the state security apparatus to target political opponents, such as former President Donald Trump.


In a video shared on X (formerly known as Twitter), Tulsi Gabbard expressed concern that the actions of the Biden administration could jeopardize the democratic principles our nation is built upon. She accused the administration of weaponizing the DOJ to punish Trump.


Accompanying the video, Gabbard wrote in the caption:


"Undermining any democracy is a grave concern when a sitting president employs the state security apparatus to persecute political adversaries and conceal falsehoods and crimes committed by himself or his family."


According to Gabbard, Biden has made it apparent that he considers himself exempt from enforcing the rule of law rather than its guardian. When questioned about Hunter Biden's foreign business dealings and possible involvement from Joe Biden, Gabbard responded that the evidence presented suggests they were connected.


Expressing her dismay, Gabbard criticized Democrats for defending the actions of the Biden administration, particularly their pursuit of Trump. Serving on the board of a Ukrainian energy company, Burisma, Hunter Biden allegedly used his position to exert legal pressure on individuals, as per testimony from a former associate, Devon Archer.


During his time as Vice President, Biden reportedly engaged in multiple telephone conversations with Hunter, some of which occurred over dinners with Burisma associates and foreign oligarchs. Records from the Congressional Oversight Committee indicate that individuals interacting with Hunter eventually paid him and his business partners an estimated sum of $20 million.


While Hunter and other members of the Biden family seem to have received leniency with regard to legal proceedings, Trump himself faces four indictments in preparation for the upcoming 2024 elections. In response, Trump strongly criticized the Biden administration, accusing them of being part of a biased justice system designed to suppress opponents and perpetuate a "two-tier" system.

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