In mere seconds, Senator Ted Cruz called for a search of Hunter Biden’s home, suggesting that President Biden had committed a crime, allowing Mike Pence to be in the same situation.
TED CRUZ: FBI must search University of Delaware and Hunter Biden’s home and business addresses
Larry Kudrow: What about our friend Pence who found classified documents in his house?
CRUZ: See, Mike Pence explained where these come from pic.twitter.com/VZwobf8RZl
— Aaron Ruper (@atrupar) January 24, 2023
Cruz said of the Fox business, “Then this goes from a political issue to a very serious criminal liability and serious crime issue, so the FBI had to search the University of Delaware archives and hunt down Hunter. We need to look up Biden’s home and business addresses.”
Seconds later, when Larry Kudrow asked Cruise about Mike Pence, he replied: he is a good friend he’s a nice guy He explained where these came from….It was a mistake, but there is no reason to think it was careless.
Senator Cruz thinks he’s pulling the fast stuff, but the difference between Pence and Biden is that Biden is a sitting president who has nominated the current Attorney General. Biden followed the law like Mike Pence, but he turned in the papers right away. Cruz is well aware that President Biden will not argue according to the Department of Justice’s wishes.
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with Joe Biden Mike Pence does the same But Ted Cruz thinks one is a crime and the other is not. Because he’s a Democrat on one side and a Republican on the other.
Look no further for Hunter Biden’s home or business. He did not belong to the government and did not have access to classified information.
Do you know who has access to sensitive information?
Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner.
The FBI should probably search their home and business immediately.
Ted Cruz’s direct pivot was what partisan hypocrisy looks like, and was a perfect example of how Mike Pence’s story undercuts Republican Biden’s confidential papers hysteria.
Jason is the editor-in-chief. He is also a White House press pool and a congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a BA in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy with a specialization in the social reform movement.
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