The leadership of the Department of Justice is hand picked by Joe Biden, so it’s no surprise there hasn’t been a hard-hitting investigation into the classified documents found at his home, but has the GOP found another way to try and hold him accountable?

Republicans in Congress are finding ways to bypass the Justice Department as they investigate the Biden administration’s handling of classified document inquiries involving both the current and former presidents. The Senate Intelligence Committee is considering reducing funding for intelligence agencies, while House Oversight Committee Republicans are investigating the Secret Service and National Archives. Additionally, the House Judiciary Committee plans to hear testimony from FBI whistleblowers to reveal how the bureau conducted internal investigations of Trump and Biden, according to a source who spoke with the Washington Examiner. For more information, Lars speaks with Sarah Westwood, a Steamboat Institute, Blankley Fellow and Investigative Reporter for the Washington Examiner.