America’s Uncle Joe has his own Beria

America’s Uncle Joe has his own Beria

When I saw the news yesterday that Attorney General Merrick Garland was appointing a special counsel to once again target Donald Trump, the first thing that popped into my head was that famous quote attributed to Stalin’s notorious henchman Laventiy Beria: “Show me the man and I’ll show you the crime.”

“Uncle Joe” Stalin had Laventiy Beria. Uncle Joe Biden has Merrick Garland.

But tell me again how Republicans are the authoritarian tyrants.

Now, according to Attorney General Beria, the reason he appointed former federal prosecutor Jack Smith as Trump’s Grand Inquisitor three days after Trump announced his 2024 run for the presidency was to ensure the ongoing investigation into Joe Biden’s political opponent remained “independent.”

That made me laugh out loud.

So, too, did hearing that hapless dimwit press secretary Karine Jean Pierre say this:

Remember how “independent” the Mueller Special Counsel investigation was?

The guy running that clown show is a virulent anti-Trumper who now attacks the former president and every other Republican both on Twitter and as a paid contributor on MSNBC.

If you believe for one nano-second that Attorney General Beria’s Special Counsel will conduct a totally independent, non-political investigation into Biden’s only declared 2024 opponent, then let me offer you one honey of a deal on the Brooklyn Bridge.

Biden’s Beria has been his political henchman ever since the US Senate, including 20 idiot Republicans, confirmed him as Attorney General.

His Justice Department has been ruthlessly prosecuting people whose only crime was walking through the Capitol doors held open for them by the US Capitol Police.

His Justice Department sent a memo to the FBI asking them to investigate parents who exercised their First Amendment rights by attending school board meetings and speaking against the far-Left indoctrination of their children.

His Justice Department is sending the FBI to raid the homes of pro-life activists for peacefully protesting outside of abortion mills while at the same time turning a blind eye to the countless acts of arson and vandalism at pro-life pregnancy centers and churches.

With a track record like that, what are the odds that Attorney General Beria’s Special Counsel will remain “independent” and free of partisan influence?

The funny thing is that many of the most ardent Anti-Trump ResistanceLOL members are none too happy with this Special Counsel announcement because they think Merrick Garland should be more like Laventiy Beria than he already is. See, they expected Garland to indict Trump, have a show trial, and send him off to prison as soon as the FBI raided Mar-a-Lago. So any delay leaves them bitterly disappointed. And a Special Counsel investigation would definitely delay their fantasy by at least another year at least.

Listen, nobody, not even that dope Karine Jean Pierre believes that this Justice Department isn’t politicized.

Joe Biden certainly thinks his DOJ is there to go after his political opponents. Last week during his pyrrhic victory lap over the Democrats not being obliterated in the midterms, Biden was asked how he could reassure America’s allies that Donald Trump wouldn’t return to power and undo everything Biden has done.

This is how the loose-lipped Joe answered the question:

“Well, we just have to demonstrate that he will not take power by — if we — if he does run. I’m making sure he, under legitimate efforts of our Constitution, does not become the next President again.” [emphasis Dianny’s]

You can always count on that old coot to let the cat out of the bag.

Biden said that last Wednesday. Trump officially announced 6 days later. And three days after that, here comes Attorney General Beria announcing the appointment of a Special Counsel.

That’s not a coincidence. That’s downright Soviet.

Side Note:

As is obvious, I am back from my weeklong vision vacation.

Thursday, I picked up my new computer-only glasses and gave myself Friday to get used to them before I plunged back to work here at Patriot Retort.

And now I’m back and happy to report that everything is crystal clear and headache-free!

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5 thoughts on “America’s Uncle Joe has his own Beria

  • November 19, 2022 at 10:43 am

    Meanwhile our economy is “strong as hell,” the pandemic is over, the pandemic state of emergency is extended, and more COVID restrictions and mandatory vaccines are coming to see us through another winter of misery and death.

  • November 19, 2022 at 10:50 am

    Most short-attention span Americans have forgotten that this senile, partisan hack was nominated to be on the Supreme Court. I shudder to think of what kind of damage to America he could have effected if he had actually been appointed. Keeping Garland off the court may be the one action by the Turtle that I agree with.

    • November 21, 2022 at 4:48 am

      Sadly, the far left justices on the court are just as bad as Garland. It is somewhat less obvious, since the court’s internal deliberations are (mostly) kept out of public view.

      Glad the new glasses are working out well, Dianny.

  • November 19, 2022 at 10:52 am

    “I’m back and happy to report that everything is crystal clear and headache-free!”

    Bon. C’est bon.

    I come here often to clear my mental palate of the disgusting dreccchh left there by Mr. Malaprop and his parrots, puppets, and apologists.

    Refreshing to read clear, logical, and organized analyses of the raging hypocrisy and spectacular idiocy generated by Joe, Ho, KJP, Jacques Friggin Querrie, SanFranNan, Schmucky, and others such as AOC and Shrillary.

    NIce also is your mastery of jots & tittles so that I needn’t gnash my teeth over misplaced apostrophes, misused semicolons, subject-verb conflicts, and run-ons.

    Having lost e-claire when KISP went off the rails, a similarly trained and oriented voice was essential, and it’s good to have homed in on yours.

    Wish I could fix your health issues, but I can’t fix my wife’s either (macular degeneration, bilateral radical mastectomy, neuropathy from the anti-cancer infusions) so . . . . . nil aegritudo carborundum.

  • November 21, 2022 at 3:48 pm

    Wow, I’m surprised how much Merrick Garland looks like Colonel Klink.

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