The Head of DOJ Lied Under Oath

The DOJ Assistant Attorney General Kristen Clarke is behind the investigation within the Phoenix Police Department. She has openly discussed how she intends to “reimagine” police and since holding her “unelected” office, you can watch the news each night to see that her plan is working brilliantly. 

We have documented throughout this website the secrecy and faulty investigations that the DOJ uses to destroy law enforcement agencies and the communities that they serve so when we heard that Clarke lied during her Senate Approval Hearing, it wasn’t surprising. 

During her 2021 confirmation process, Clarke, who heads the Justice Department’s civil rights division, was asked by Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) in a questionnaire if she’d “ever been arrested for or accused of committing a violent crime against any person.”

Clarke responded, “No.”

The Daily Signal reported Tuesday that Clarke was arrested in Maryland in relation to a domestic violence complaint back in 2006.


The outlet cited court documents, her ex-husband Reginald Avery and text messages between Avery and the head of the American Accountability Foundation, a conservative nonprofit group.

Avery told the outlet that his finger was “sliced to the bone” after Clarke allegedly came at him with a knife after he revealed that he was cheating on her.

Charges against Clarke were dropped, and more than a year later, she filed paperwork that would wipe the arrest from her record.

Clarke admitted Wednesday that she was arrested and chose not to disclose the legal matter during her Senate confirmation process because it had been expunged from her record.

But Senator Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) didn’t ask her if she was convicted or had any previous charges expunged. She was asked if she’d “ever been arrested for or accused of committing a violent crime against any person.”

Make no mistake, Kristen Clarke committed perjury and you can guarantee that if a police officer did the same thing, she would be going after them. 

Accountability matters and we wonder why those that say they are holding law enforcement accountable aren’t being held accountable?

Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) wrote on X that  “She lied under oath during her confirmation proceedings, and should resign.” 

Of course she should but she won’t.

This is what the DOJ is all about…