An internal Justice Department (DOJ) memo has argued that Attorney General Merrick Garland is above the law and immune to prosecution for contempt of Congress.

The 57-page document issued by the DOJ’s Office of Legal Counsel (OLC), obtained by The Hill, explains why Garland did not surrender the embarrassing audio recording of Biden’s discussion with Special Counsel Robert Hur despite congressional demands.

This decision follows despite the GOP possessing a transcript of the interview. The Gateway Pundit reported that the White House admitted to altering the transcript of Joe Biden’s testimony to the Special Counsel to make him appear less incompetent.

This not-so-shocking admission comes on the heels of a lawsuit filed by the Heritage Foundation and Judicial Watch against the US Department of Justice, demanding the release of the original recording of Biden’s testimony.

Biden has personally invoked Executive Privilege against The Heritage Foundation and Judicial Watch in an attempt to keep his controversial interview with Special Counsel Hur under wraps.

“Biden Justice Dept cleaned up transcript of Biden’s interview w/ Special Counsel Hur to remove his stuttering, pauses & other indications he lost his train of thought. Judicial Watch chief Tom Fitton: “The transcript is not accurate & was changed in a way to help Biden,” Paul Sperry wrote.

“The WH doctored the Biden transcript with Special Counsel Hur about his classified docs!!! They just convicted Trump for fake crimes. Does everyone see what is happening??!!! We control the HOUSE. We have to act. No more pathetic excuses,” Rep. Marjorie Greene wrote on X.

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