We have the ‘most dangerous’ FBI and DOJ in the history of both agencies: Mark Levin

Fox News host Mark Levin said the country is entering a “dangerous” and “serious” period as House Republicans launch investigations into the Biden family and the visits to President Biden’s Delaware home and the Biden Penn Center. Confidential documents are allegedly being misused.

Levine said he expects President Biden, Attorney General Merrick Garland and FBI Director Chris Wray to “rock” the investigation during their Sunday monologue on “Life Liberty and Levine.”

“What are we going to do as a country if they stonewall the House of Representatives, which is majority Republican?” he asked. “What are we going to do as a country if the National Archives, which is part of the executive branch, is also stonewalling these Republicans? In other words, if the separation of powers is being violated by the executive branch. So what should we do?”

Attorney General Merrick Garland speaks at the Department of Justice in Washington, DC.
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The Justice Department on Monday rejected a request by House Judiciary Committee Chair Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, for information about the special investigation into classified Biden documents, saying it would potentially jeopardize the investigation.

Levin said the country currently has the “most dangerous” FBI and Justice Department since the two agencies were founded.

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“You know, the Department of Justice, the Attorney General, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the U.S. Attorney, none of them are in the Constitution. They’re all created by Congress. So how can they be on it? “The United States Congress?” he asked. “Well, here’s the deal they can’t.”

The “Life Liberty and Love” host called on Republicans to “preserve their authority.”

“The Republican House has to maintain the separation of powers and maintain our system of government. There has to be balance and negotiation. They are using the law against their political opponents, and they are corrupt in the sense that They basically dare you to do something about it because they’re not going to enforce it. On the executive side, you have to act. Congressional representatives, more broadly, try to be that force. will be what they need to be in this victorious government,” he explained.

Capitol Hill, the building of Congress

Capitol Hill, the building of Congress
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Levine said the House GOP needs to ignore what the “left-wing media” and “radical Marxists” say about its investigation and hold government agencies and officials accountable.

“We have a situation now where Joe Biden’s executive branch is undermining representative government and imposing criminal laws against people they don’t agree with,” he said. “It’s one thing to investigate. It’s one thing to gather information. It’s quite another to enforce. And so I want to suggest that Republicans take a very close look at this.”

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