MTG Exposes DOJ’s Two-Tiered Justice System, Refusal To Prosecute Crimes Committed Against Her [VIDEO]

Biden's Justice Department reportedly refused to prosecute the Democrat staffer, despite there being overwhelming evidence of criminal culpability.

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WASHINGTON, DC – On June 21st, Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene addressed the House over the Biden Justice Department refusing to prosecute a Democrat staffer who committed several crimes against Rep. Greene over a period of months earlier in 2022.

Earlier this week, Red Voice Media reported on the several acts of vandalism directed at Rep. Greene’s office, with the multiple offenses being reportedly committed by Massachusetts Democrat Rep. Jake Auchincloss’s chief of staff, 51-year-old Timothy Hysom.

Between late-January and early March of 2022, Hysom intentionally targeted a poster hung outside of Rep. Greene’s office that read, “There are Only Two Genders: Male and Female Trust the Science,” on seven different occasions – defacing the poster in each instance with 8.5” x 11” stickers bearing messages that implying Rep. Greene was ungodly.

While Hysom went undetected throughout January and February, he was finally caught on camera twice in March after Capitol Police opted to have a camera established in the hallway where Rep. Greene’s office resides.

When Capitol Police went to address Hysom over the criminal acts, he refused to speak with them and lawyered up. Nonetheless, the USCP affidavit found that Hysom was responsible for $350 of damage between the seven incidents and recommended that he be charged with “DC Code § 22–3312.01 Defacing Public or Private Property.”

Yet, Biden’s Justice Department reportedly refused to prosecute the Democrat staffer, despite there being overwhelming evidence of criminal culpability.

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Rep. Greene remarked on this aspect while addressing the House on June 21st, calling it a prime example of a “two-tiered justice system.”

“Madam Speaker, I would like to address the House and talk about how I’ve been mistreated as a freshman member of Congress and how crimes have been committed against me.

They’ve been caught by the Capitol Police, they have been sent to the Department of Justice, the Department of Justice is refusing to prosecute these crimes. This is another example of the two-tiered justice system that we are living under – right now – under the Biden Department of Justice and Democrat leadership.”

The allusion Rep. Greene is making with her comments about a “two-tiered justice system” seems to be mainly inspired over her stances on how the January 6th incident is being treated by Biden’s Justice Department.

Rep. Greene has on numerous occasions spoken out over how the still-detained defendants over the Capitol incident are being treated inside of the “D.C. Gulag,” as she calls it.

Not to mention, there is an obvious disparity with how the Justice Department has pursued seemingly every misdemeanor in its prosecutable wheelhouse – to include picketing/parading and minor vandalism – when pursuing charges against January 6 defendants, but can’t seem to prosecute a Democrat staffer for hundreds of dollars’ worth of vandalism in the Capitol.

This piece was written by Gregory Hoyt on June 21, 2022. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.

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