US attorney general faces impeachment push over Trump house raid — Analysis

A congresswoman has accused the government of “political persecution” of Biden’s rival

Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene has submitted a resolution calling for the impeachment of US Attorney General Merrick Garland for ordering the search of former President Donald Trump’s home.

Greene (a Republican representative in Georgia) accused Garland, who he claimed, had misused the power of his office. “politically persecute [President] Joe Biden’s enemies.” 

“The whole purpose of this is to prevent President Trump from ever being able to hold office,”She spoke to reporters in Washington, Capitol Hill on Saturday.

Greene stated that Garland was guilty of the offense in his articles for impeachment. “lost the trust of the citizens of the United States to faithfully execute the law of the United States without a partisan bias.”

Greene stated that Garland tried to evade arrest by ordering a search, then asking for the court’s permission to unseal the warrant. “to intimidate, harass, and potentially disqualify”Trump is not going to challenge Biden for the presidency.

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Greene claims that Clay Higgins and Andy Harris, both Republican congressional members, are also co-sponsors of the impeachment resolution.

The FBI unexpectedly searched Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida on Monday. The warrant, as well as an inventory of all seized material that was published Friday, shows that agents took several sets classified documents in an investigation into possible violations of the Espionage Act.

According to reports, the FBI is looking for proof that Trump mishandled classified material he brought with him when he left the White House. Trump denies any wrongdoing. He said that he had declassified all of the relevant documents when he became president.

Garland has remained tight-lipped about the search and the investigation, but confirmed on Thursday that he personally approved the decision to seek a search warrant for Trump’s home.

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