Attorney General Sends Threat To DOJ Officials In A Memo

( )- The partisan Attorney General Merrick Garland has issued a memo to all personnel in the Department of Justice, informing them that they are not to communicate with Congress directly, but only at the discretion of the Office of Legislative Affairs, according to Just the News.

“[N]o department employee may communicate with Senators, Representatives, congressional committees, or congressional staff without advance coordination, consultation, and approval by OLA [Office of Legislative Affairs],” the memo reads as published by Fox News. The memo reiterates current policy and does not represent a change in policy.

“All congressional inquiries and correspondence from Members, committees, and staff should be immediately directed to OLA upon receipt,” the memo continues.

The memo follows recent controversial reports of whistleblowers coming forward to Republican congressmen to inform them of the politicization of the FBI. Reports allege that FBI senior officials forced subordinates to sign false affidavits. Others allege partisanship from the attorney general that led to parents being put under scrutiny after protesting their school’s gender ideology.

After one father was arrested for rightfully calling out a Loudon County school board for covering up the rape of his 15-year-old daughter when a boy who was “genderfluid” raped her in the girls’ restroom, Garland issued a memo condemning violence coming from parents. Using his memo as a basis, the National School Board Association issued a letter calling parents “domestic terrorists.”

Other whistleblowers allege that former Washington Field Office Assistant Special Agent in Charge Tim Thibault discredited evidence against Hunter Biden. Thibault reportedly did not follow the strict procedures in opening an investigation. FBI Director Christopher Wray has recently removed him from his supervisory role.

Republican Senators Grassley and Johnson were working on an investigation into Hunter’s role sitting on the board of Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian natural gas firm two years ago in August 2020, examining his “extensive and complex financial transactions.” They say that if the whistleblower is correct, then efforts were made by the FBI to undermine a congressional investigation.