Rep. Troy Nehls Forces AG Garland to Watch Video of Joe Biden Publicly Bragging About Bribing Ukraine with $1 Billion [Video]

by J Pelkey
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Rep. Troy Nehls (R-TX) scorched U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland during a House Judiciary Committee hearing aimed at examining how the Justice Department has become “politicized and weaponized under the leadership of Attorney General Merrick Garland.”

Rep. Nehls exploded on Garland and forced him to watch the infamous video where Joe Biden bragged about bribing Ukraine to fire Viktor Shokin, the prosecutor general who was investigating Burisma and Hunter Biden.

Ukrainian Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin was investigating Burisma and its CEO, Mykola Zlochevsky for corruption. His investigation resulted in the confiscation of several homes and vehicles linked to Zlochevsky.

One month after Joe Biden – in his role as Vice President – publicly bragged about bribing Ukraine with $1 billion to fire Viktor Shokin, he was indeed fired and replaced with a prosecutor who chose not to investigate Burisma.

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Rep. Nehls played the 2018 video during yesterday’s hearing, forcing Garland to watch.

“Alright! Let’s let the American people decide. Play the clip, play the clip!” Nehls shouted before Merrick Garland had a chance to dispute the quid pro quo.

“Pay attention, sir! Please!” Nehls shouted at Garland as he played the ‘quid pro quo’ video of Joe Biden.

“Mr. Attorney General, what you just saw there was Joe Biden, in his arrogance and his role as the Vice President, saying if you don’t fire Shokin, the United States isn’t giving the $1 billion loan. Why would Joe Biden say that?” Nehls asked Garland. “Was it policy? Was it our policy at the time? Yes, or no?”

“It wasn’t! I have documents here!” Nehls shouted before Merrick Garland was even able to answer.

Rep. Nadler tried to interrupt Nehls but Nehls wasn’t having it: “I’m on my time! Pipe down!”

Nehls continued, “Joe Biden threatened the Ukrainian President and Prime Minister, everybody can see it to fire Shokin, if that is not quid pro quo, sir, what is? – It’s bribery, and it’s impeachable. Are you gonna do something about it?”

Before Merrick Garland was able to answer, Nehls interrupted him again, “I bet you’re not, which is why you, sir, also need to be impeached!”


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