Ted Cruz is being eaten alive by his own classified documents Hypocrisy


In a matter of seconds, Senator Ted Cruz went from calling for searches of Hunter Biden’s house and suggesting that President Biden committed crimes to excusing Mike Pence for being in the same situation.

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Cruz said on Fox Business, “So this goes from a political issue to a very serious criminal liability issue and major crimes, so the FBI needs to look at the University of Delaware archives and they need to look Hunter Biden’s home and business addresses.

A few seconds later, Larry Kudlow asked Cruz about Mike Pence, and he replied: “Look, the story of Mike Pence, as you noticed, is still early. He’s a good friend. He’s a good man. He explained d ‘where did these come from… It was a mistake, but there is no reason to think that it was anything but inadvertent.’

Senator Cruz thinks he’s pulling a fast one, but the difference between Pence and Biden is that Biden is the sitting president who appointed the current attorney general. Biden followed the law, as did Mike Pence, but immediately turned in the documents. Cruz knows full well that President Biden is following the wishes of the DOJ without question.

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Joe Biden is Mike Pence does the same thing, but Ted Cruz thinks one is a crime and the other isn’t because one person is a Democrat and the other is a Republican.

There is no need to search Hunter Biden’s home or business. He was not in the government and had no access to classified information.

Do you know who had access to classified information?

Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner.

The FBI should probably search their homes and businesses immediately.

The immediate pivot of Ted Cruz is what appears to be partisan hypocrisy, and it was a perfect example of how the story of Mike Pence underlies the hysteria of classified documents Republicans Biden.



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