MSNBC blames Trump for deep state refusal to prosecute Hunter Biden

"They don't want people to know, so they make things up."

During a segment of MSNBC's Morning Joe on Thursday, host Joe Scarborough says the "so-called" whistleblowers testifying before Congress this week told the Department of Justice under Donald Trump about the Hunter Biden tax violations, but it didn't "see anything there either," and that Republicans are now "just throwing things at the wall because they're so desperate," to distract attention away from former President Trump

In the video, Scarborough attempted to discredit whistleblowers that Republicans brought forward previously saying, "I mean, these IRS whistleblowers at least weren't spies. At least they didn't illegally smuggle Iranian oil to the Communist Chinese Party. At least they weren't an active agent for the Chinese Communist Party like the last whistleblower was." 

He then shifted the blame to Republicans by saying, "But this whistleblower admitted, yeah, I brought this up to the Trump administration, the Trump justice department. They didn't see anything there either." He continued, "And oh, yeah, all those things Republican Congressman have been saying about Merrick Garland that I said about him supposedly, those are lies too."

He went on to say that Republicans are desperate to take attention off of Donald Trump. He said, "They don't want Americans to hear that a judge called Donald Trump a rapist. They don't want the American people to focus on the fact that Donald Trump stole nuclear secrets. Wouldn't give them back to the government, that Donald Trump has sold military secrets and secret plans to invade Iran and wouldn't give it back to the government." 

"They don't want people to know, so they make things up," he continues. "And they have all of these so-called whistleblowers. Who, again, admit the Trump Justice Department said, 'yeah, there's nothing there.'"

IRS veteran Joeseph Ziegler told the committee on Wednesday that felony charges against Hunter Biden on tax evasion would have been supported by the evidence. Ziegler is a gay Democrat man who said he came forward because "No one should be above the law regardless of your political affiliation." 
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