ALG calls on Congress to stand up against Biden DOJ civil rights’ abuses

Launches to end political prosecutions by the Justice Department  

Fairfax, Va.—Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning today issued the following statement in response to recent civil rights abuses by the Justice Department:

“America is worth fighting for. Our basic constitutional liberties including the Fourth and Fifth Amendments have been eviscerated by the administrative state at the Justice Department that has been put on steroids by President Joe Biden and Attorney General Merrick Garland. Citizens of the United States have a right to the presumption of innocence, a right protecting them from the government engaging in malicious prosecutions against political opponents and to be free from the surveillance state snooping into personal business with no probable cause.

“In light of recent actions by the Biden administration including the Alaska, which fortunately did not end up in gunfire and death as happened with Breonna Taylor, it’s time that Congress wake up regardless of party and stand against executive branch abuses of power and the ongoing politicization of federal law enforcement agencies.

“That is why Americans for Limited Government has launched If the executive branch becomes a hit squad to go after the president’s political opponents, then there will be no more liberty. After all, the Bill of Rights and subsequent amendments prescribe that the federal government should protect individual liberties from any government encroachment. When it comes to individual rights, there can be no compromise.”

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For media availability contact Catherine Mortensen at 703-478-4643 or [email protected]


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