Merrick Garland does it again - he refuses to investigate the crimes of democrats involved with nursing home covid deaths.


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Democrats rolled through the Obama and Trump years committing crimes and being protected by high-ranking government cops, and now the Biden administration is on target to set new heights of perversion of justice under the dirty auspices of justice pervert-in-chief, Merrick Garland.

The U.S. Department of Justice has opted against investigating any of the Democrat governors who last year ordered nursing homes to accept residents who tested positive for COVID-19 against the recommendations of health groups.
Federal officials reviewed information they received from New York, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and New Jersey last year regarding the orders.
Based on the review, they’re not opening Civil Rights of Institutionalized Persons Act (CRIPA) investigations in the first three states, Joe Gaeta, deputy assistant attorney general, told Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.) in a letter on Friday.
The act enables the attorney general to launch a case in court against a state or local government, or its employees or agents, when officials suspect or find that people in institutions owned or run by such a government have had their rights denied.


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Perversions of justice are common traits in organizations and governments whose key players are corrupt.

Democrats do not investigate crimes of leading democrats. Leftist supporters of the Catholic church do not clamor for corrupt officials to be arrested and charged for committing serious offenses. The devil is the father of all those who wickedly pervert justice for ungodly reasons.

BOSTON (AP) — Former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, who was defrocked after a Vatican investigation confirmed he had sexually molested adults as well as children, has been charged with sexually assaulting a teenage boy during a wedding reception in the 1970s, court records show.
Court documents obtained by The Boston Globe show that McCarrick is charged with three counts of indecent assault and battery on a person over 14.
McCarrick is the first cardinal in the U.S. to ever be criminally charged with a sexual crime against a minor, according to Mitchell Garabedian, a well-known lawyer for church sexual abuse victims who is representing the man alleging the abuse by McCarrick.