Cruz says Republicans should focus on President Biden, not Hunter: ‘Joe Biden is the godfather’
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texassaid Republicans should focus on President Biden, not his son Hunter Biden, saying the president “is the godfather.”
In the most recent episode of his podcast, “Verdict with Ted Cruz,” the Texas Republican he said his party needs to focus on President Biden in its investigations and not on his assaulted son.
“The focus has to be on Joe Biden, it’s not about Hunter Biden, it’s not about whether you go after the mob and get some low-level cop, or if you go after a drug cartel and get one. mule that he was swallowing balloons full of heroin,” Cruz said.
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“It’s not about the poor schlub who got caught. It’s about the boss,” the senator continued.
“It’s about the godfather. It’s about the godfather, Joe Biden is the godfather. He’s the one who’s ultimately benefiting from this corruption,” Cruz said. “He is the one who is abusing the official authority to favor the criminal activity of his relatives. And that is why it is a matter of public corruption.”
Cruz said the Justice Department under Biden “desperately” wants to “keep this going,” pointing to the DOJ’s handling of Hunter’s “drug problem.”
“You know what, we wouldn’t be talking about it if it was just a deeply troubled soul,” Cruz continued. “The reason we have to talk about it, and the reason the corporate media and the Democrats are so desperate to talk about it, is that there is now mounting evidence of corruption by Joe Biden himself, when he was vice president of the United States united states
“And now, when he’s president of the United States, enriching himself personally by enriching his family by selling official favors to enemies, hostile foreign governments, this is a matter of the utmost importance,” he stated.
Cruz’s comments come as Republicans prepare to take control of the House in January, with GOP leadership vowing to launch multiple investigations, including into the Bidens.
The White House is already playing defense against GOP investigations, with the administration saying Republicans were pushing “long-debunked conspiracy theories” in their allegations that Biden was involved in his son’s business dealings in the foreigner
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“Instead of working with President Biden to address issues important to the American people, such as lower costs, Republicans in Congress’ top priority is to go after President Biden with politically motivated attacks filled with conspiracy theories denied for a long time,” Ian Sams, a spokesman for the White House counsel’s office, said last week.
“President Biden will not let these political attacks distract him from focusing on the priorities of the American people, and we hope that Republicans in Congress will join us in addressing them instead of wasting time and resources on political vendetta Sams added.