Merrick Garland Testifies Before Congress For First Time As AG | Hallie Jackson | MSNBC 1

Merrick Garland Testifies Before Congress For First Time As AG | Hallie Jackson | MSNBC


Merrick Garland is testifying before Congress for the first time as Attorney General, pushing for more money for domestic terrorism investigations and civil rights enforcement. Pete Williams breaks down what he expects to hear from him.

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Merrick Garland Testifies Before Congress For First Time As AG | Hallie Jackson | MSNBC


    1. @evan doe Maybe for ignoring kids who were being abused? Maybe for his contribution to the insurrection? AG’s don’t have that role, but those are things Jordan could be investigated for.

    2. @H K S sounds like mainstream media talking points. Hasn’t the last four years taught you anything?

    3. @H K S anyone can be investigated for anything if someone makes up criminal stories and anyone…….

    1. He will still vote with the republican congress so it doesn’t matter what he says ….look at them now !!!

  1. The trolls are tweeting up a storm at this site, scared of the truth being found out corruption is rampant in the political realm attorney general Garland should get the approval of the budget

  2. What was that she said? Neither Barr nor Sessions thought that white supremacist fascists were a real concern? Seems to me those two should face investigations from the current DoJ as well.

  3. Asking the republicans to help fund investigations into domestic terrorism is like asking OJ Simpson to help pay for an investigation into who killed his ex-wife.
    Speaking of which….odd that they never did find the “killer.”

  4. Merrick Garland is as straight as the letter “I”.
    THAT’S why the Republicans are scared to death of him.

    1. @Sarah F 4.0; I don’t know what ‘gravy seals’ are. People died from January 6th, because they were mobbed and beaten. Are you all there? You seem a tad dizzy, are you one of those drumpf fools?

    2. @Guy North no. My friends and I call the January 6th insurrectionists “gravy seals” as opposed to navy seals. They were a rather portly bunch of mossy oak wearing mouth breathers. I live in d.c. we endured their hate rallies from 2016-2021. Absolutely so glad we took out Putin’s TR45H. Have a great day.

    3. @BadPanda15 gravy seals was trending amongst us washingtonians back after January 6th. Now they are just “wanted suspects” lol.

  5. We should support the work of AG Garland who deserves the finances to carry out his, and the agencies hard work ahead. He can’t do it alone.

  6. How would Bill Barr or Jeff Sessions know anything about the definition of accomplishment.

  7. Unfortunately if honest citizens want Attorney General Garland to do his job we will have to set up a GoFundMe account. Congressional Republicans will not vote for anything that benefits the majority of the people, especially minorities. They are quick to provide for corporate socialism and for Red states governors’ coffers. (Research how Trump waived federal requirements for the state of Texas to receive billions in Medicaid funds, but Biden cancelled this dishonest arrangement.)

    1. If the January 6th insurrectionists can crowd fund their coup, a go fund me for Merrick is a no brainer.

  8. I hope the Republican party remembers the day they blocked Merrick Garland from the Supreme Court. They will pay a dearer price with him as AG.

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