Attorney General (AG) Merrick Garland should recuse himself. He never should have taken on the AG position because he knew he had too many conflicts of interest that would disqualify him from performing his job without bias. We’ve already seen his bias in play.
We reported that the AG’s son is making millions pushing the Critical Race Theory (CRT), the same theory that parents around the country are up in arms about. AG Garland threatened those parents.
Then we uncovered that AG Garland’s wife has close ties to far-left entities like the Brennan Center which are attempting to prevent the 2020 Election audits.
We know that AG Garland’s wife was in the top-secret defense industry with a company called “E-Systems” before she went into the election industry.
Today we can report that along with aligning herself with far-left ‘non-profits’ that Ms. Garland also is connected with election voting machine company, Election Systems and Software (ES&S), at an event in Rhode Island in 2019. (We don’t know if she was paid by ES&S or employed by them or not.)
But it gets worse. The above document showing Ms. Garland’s connection with ES&S was found in support documents for Biden’s choice for Circuit Court Judge, Myrna Perez. Both Garland and Perez are members of the Election Verification Network.
Ms. Perez is an extreme partisan advocate, and wrote a biased article about elections:
Myrna Pérez had to deal with a wild card ahead of her Senate confirmation hearing Wednesday to be a federal appeals court judge, when an article she wrote in May as a voting rights advocate was published with a headline that a top Republican called “an insult to half of this committee.”
Pérez told the committee she didn’t write the Sojourners headline, “The GOP Campaign to Make Elections Less Free.” She didn’t approve it before the article was posted Tuesday. And she didn’t mention political parties in the article.
Ms. Perez also worked for the Brennan Center for Justice. National Review had this to say about Perez and the Brennan Center:
The Brennan Center is not required to disclose its donors. It has extensive ties to other liberal dark-money groups, in addition to being one itself. Its largest source of funding has been George Soros’ Open Society Foundations, with millions more coming from the Tides Foundation. It claims to be nonpartisan while embracing a distinctly left-wing agenda.”
“A major focus of the organization has been advocating for less freedom of speech in connection with elections while simultaneously attacking the most basic measures to ensure the integrity of elections. That includes any and all voter-ID measures, as well as efforts to update voter rolls. As director of the center’s Voting Rights and Election Program, Pérez has been at the forefront of the Brennan Center’s efforts in this regard.”
“Pérez is one of the most blatant examples we have seen of Biden’s dark-money payback scheme, the nomination of judges who he knows will deliver via the courts the policy outcomes that the Left desires. She is not the only Brennan Center alumna to be nominated to a circuit judgeship. In July, President Biden nominated Jennifer Sung, who spent two years as a Skadden Fellow at the Brennan Center, to the Ninth Circuit.”