Hunter's Guy at the DOJ
Nick McQuaid has returned to Latham & Watkins bearing gifts: intel on the Biden "investigation."
A “white shoe” lawyer for Obama & Biden has returned to his old firm after a stint at the DOJ. Swamp machinations like this happen weekly. So why does this matter?
As we laid out on pages 13ff in our Report, Nicholas “Nick” McQuaid was installed on Joe’s first full day in office as the deputy head of the DOJ’s criminal division. McQuaid was a colleague to Hunter Biden’s attorney, Chris Clark, at Latham & Watkins LLP; McQuaid & Clark even argued cases together. In essence, Joe installed someone—with whom Clark had a personal relationship—to supervise the department investigating Joe’s own family. See the exhibit on page 13 in our Report:
More importantly, in contravention of federal regulations (28 CFR § 45.2), McQuaid’s boss did not publish an opinion that McQuaid’s participation in the Biden investigation (DOJ HQ ultimately oversees the U.S. Attorney’s office in Delaware, where the “investigation” is being handled by David Weiss) “would not create an appearance of a conflict of interest.” In other words, McQuaid didn’t recuse himself.
Some of this has been covered before by two U.S. Senators, & the DOJ has (unsurprisingly) answered zero questions. However, this new move by McQuaid (and Jonathan Su, who also recently returned to Latham & Watkins from the White House, where he ultimately green-lit the raid on Mar-a-Lago) reveals that Hunter’s legal fixers are hunkering down just in case the GOP congressional investigators grow a spine & begin looking at the dozens of felonies outlined in our Report. McQuaid will bring back to L&W precious knowledge about the Biden investigation.
Either way, Marco Polo will continue to publish the truth—no matter who it implicates or exonerates. Please continue to push your local/state law enforcement to equally apply the law, especially in the jurisdictions in which Hunter committed crimes.
This insider dealing is a national embarrassment, and it must stop. Please send McQuaid a thoughtful note about this embarrassment: email@example.com
--Garrett Ziegler, Founder
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