Around 6:30pm on October 27, 2021, Biden’s Chief of Staff Ronald Klain reposted a tweet from New York Magazine writer Eric Levitz who was complaining about the incompetence of the Administration.

Levitz is furious that Biden’s Build, Back, Better Bill is dumping far-left handouts.

“A bill that did nothing but establish universal pre-k, $500 billion in climate funding, and a permanent child allowance kinda seems preferable to the emerging grab-bag of ill-designed, underfunded programs that are all set to self-destruct during the second Trump administration,” wrote Levitz.

Klain reposted it on his official Biden administration account.

New York Times writer Shane Goldmacher confirmed the post as well.

The Biden administration is falling apart and cabinet members are starting to insulate themselves, even Merrick Garland is backing off.

Rumors are circulating that Garland – who just took a lashing the last time he went before the Senate – doesn’t plan on playing games with the 1/6 commission. The last thing Merrick wants to do is lose a case in court to Steve Bannon and he has side stepped the press when asked if he will arrest the former Trump advisor.

“If the House of Representatives votes for a referral of a contempt charge, the Department of Justice will do what it always does in such circumstances, we’ll apply the facts and the law and make a decision, consistent with the principles of prosecution,” Garland said.

But behind closed doors he is telling Biden they aren’t going to move on it.

The entire administration is falling apart and they can no longer hid it from the American people.

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