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Biden, Trump special counsels show that American voters are ‘no longer in charge,’ Tucker Carlson says

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The American people’s control over the federal government has diminished to the point that they are obliged to accept a two-tiered judicial system, one for elites and one for the people.

Both presidential candidates, Donald J. Trump and likely Joe Biden, are now under investigation for the handling of confidential material. The media has had months to portray Trump as a monster while obscuring the realities of what is happening with Biden.

The administrative state and the media will finally choose which of the two men will be permitted to run for office, and voters will only be able to pick between the two candidates.

Tucker Carlson, a commentator on Fox News, stated on Monday that the special counsel investigations investigating President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump indicated that the American electorate was “no longer in charge.

“The two main candidates are now subject to independent counsel investigations. So, voters are no longer in charge. The people who actually run the government are in charge,” Carlson, who is an honorary board member at the Daily Caller News Foundation, said.

Jack Smith was appointed special counsel in November to investigate former President Donald Trump in relation to papers allegedly removed from the White House when Trump left office and the disturbance on January 6, 2021.

In November, Garland appointed Jack Smith as special counsel to investigate former President Donald Trump in matters related to papers allegedly removed from the White House after Trump left office and the riot on January 6, 2021. On August 8, FBI investigators stormed Mar-a-Lago, Trump’s Florida mansion.

Trump said he declassified the materials.

“So, who’s the winner here?” Carlson asked “Well, the permanent bureaucracy, who has just decided who can and cannot run for president. Maybe you love Trump, maybe you hate Trump, maybe you love Biden, maybe you hate Biden, but if you’re an American voter, you have the right to decide, because it’s a democracy.

“You get to decide who the president is with your votes. Peter Strzok and the creeps at the FBI, the people who never leave DC, who actually run the government, they don’t get to decide. Because that’s not democracy, that’s something much darker,” Carlson added.

CNN reported on the timeline of Biden’s unfolding scandal:

New details continue to emerge over classified documents President Joe Biden took to his private office and home in Delaware after he had left the vice presidency. The White House has said batches of documents have been found on four separate occasions: Nov. 2, Dec. 20, Jan. 12 and Jan. 14.
A special counsel has been appointed to investigate how the documents have been handled and Biden’s team is cooperating and has denied any wrongdoing. The investigation is ongoing.

CNN is chronicling the latest events as new information unfolds.

Biden classified documents: A timeline
Nov. 2 — President Biden’s personal attorneys unexpectedly discover Obama-Biden administration records at the Penn Biden Center in Washington, and notify the National Archives. According to Biden’s personal attorney, Bob Bauer, the president’s attorneys are in regular contact with the Archives for the next eight days.

Nov. 3 — The National Archives informs its inspector general of the matter.

Nov. 4 — The National Archives inspector general informs the Justice Department that Biden aides found documents at the Penn Biden Center.

Nov. 9 — The FBI and Justice Department launch an assessment to understand whether classified material was mishandled.

Nov. 10 — The Justice Department informs Biden’s personal attorneys it launched the assessment. “Once the President’s personal attorneys heard from DOJ, the President’s personal attorneys were in regular contact with DOJ,” according to Bauer.

Nov. 14 — Attorney General Merrick Garland asks US Attorney John Lausch to oversee the investigation into documents.

Nov. 18 — Garland names Jack Smith, the war crimes prosecutor, as special counsel to oversee investigations into former President Donald Trump, including his handling of classified material found at Mar-a-Lago.

Dec. 20 — Biden’s personal attorneys inspect garage at the president’s Wilmington home and identify a “small number” of potential classified records. The personal attorneys stop their search upon the discovery and inform Lausch of what they found.

Dec. 21 — Biden’s personal attorneys arrange for the Justice Department to take possession of the documents from the Wilmington garage, and the Justice Department takes possession of them.

Jan. 5 — Lausch briefs Garland on the results of his initial investigation and advises a special counsel is warranted.

Jan. 9 — The White House counsel’s office confirms for the first time publicly that classified documents were found at the Penn Biden Center, only after news organizations reported on the development.

Jan. 11 — Biden’s personal attorneys search the president’s homes in Wilmington and Rehoboth Beach for additional records. They locate a potential record with classified markings in a room adjacent to the garage. They leave it where they found it and suspend their search. They leave Wilmington for Rehoboth, where they search Biden’s home. No records are found in Rehoboth, and the lawyers return to Washington.

Jan. 11 — News organizations report that additional classified documents were found at a separate location from the Penn Biden Center.

Jan. 12 — The White House counsel’s office confirms a “small number” of additional classified documents were located at two locations in Biden’s Wilmington home, most in the garage. They say “one document consisting of one page” was found in a room adjacent to the garage.

Jan. 12 — Biden’s lawyers inform Lausch of what they had found at the Wilmington home in the room adjacent to the garage and begin the process of arranging for it to be delivered to the Justice Department. White House counsel Richard Sauber, who has a security clearance, travels to Wilmington to facilitate the transfer of documents. As they are being transferred, five additional pages marked classified are discovered.

Jan. 12 — Garland announces Robert Hur as the special counsel to conduct an investigation into the matter.

Jan. 14 — The White House counsel’s office discloses publicly that an additional five pages of classified material were found in Wilmington.

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