Rep. Anna Paulina Luna (R-FL) has promised to force a vote on the arrest of Attorney General Merrick Garland if the Department of Justice refuses to take action on a GOP-backed resolution to hold him in criminal contempt.

Speaking to Fox News on Tuesday, Luna revealed her plans to force a vote on “inherent contempt” resolution if the separate measure in the House does not work out.

House Republicans plan to hold Garland in contempt of Congress over his refusal to turn over audio recordings of special counsel Robert Hur’s interviews with President Biden.

While the contempt resolution in the House would refer Garland to the DOJ for criminal charges, an inherent contempt resolution would direct the House sergeant at arms to arrest the Biden official.

“As of right now, we fully intend to bring it. I don’t really have much faith in the Department of Justice. And I don’t think the American people do either. But we are trying to bring back a level playing field and show that, you know, there should be accountability all the way up to the top,” she stated.

“If the DOJ won’t do their jobs, we’re going to do it for them,” she added.

Noting that inherent contempt of Congress has not been utilized since the early 1900s, she stated, “I think that when you explain to people what inherent contempt of Congress is and when they see that subpoenas are being ignored, and that there seems to be a two-tiered justice system – which we’re seeing nationally, every single person…is realizing that – I think that they will understand.”

If Luna presents the resolution as “privileged,” the House would be mandated to take it up and consider it within two legislative days.

The GOP lawmaker also had plans in place in case a vote on the House’s contempt resolution scheduled for Wednesday was called off or delayed. If that happened, she said she would “wait for the vote to happen the way that leadership wants it to happen with the criminal contempt.”

“And then after that, that’ll start the clock on our stuff,” she added.