Germany are pushing/supporting the EU interfering into internal Polish affairs that has no legal grounds nor legitimacy to do so.
It is not Germany pushing the EU here, it is the EU doing this. And the EU does have every legal justification to do so. When Poland joined the EU, it agreed to its' principles and the various treaties that are the foundation of the relationship between the EU and its' member states.
You are using cases here which you paint as similar and which are certainly not. Try stop pretending that the logging of the forest in Poland is comparable to any ecological project in the EU. Everybody who is not willfully blind knows that not simply a few trees were knocked down that were sick.
And it is certainly not in any way comparable to Nord Stream. There are risks involved yes, like any other project, but it is not like we ban other pipeline projects if they are deemed safe. And yes, Poland could be affected if there ever were an accident, but the same could happen if one the gas shipments from the USA ever had an accident on its' way to Poland. And statistically speaking, pipelines are more secure than shipments anyway.
They can get away with bending EU laws, breaking it, or with doing whatever they deem right.
This is blatantly false. There are cases when the EU is more lenient towards its' members but this is pretty much the rule. Bruessels tries to avoid confrontation with other countries at all cost, with Poland being a prime benefactor. The patience shown with Warsaw until now is staggering.