Monday, October 2

U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland will sign off on an indictment of former President Donald Trump very soon if he hasn’t already, according to Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), who also explained what strategy Garland will employ.

Speaking on Fox News, Cruz referenced a “two-tiered system of justice” that targets enemies of the president through “political weapons” like the FBI and IRS (see video below).

Cruz said:

Mark my words: I believe Merrick Garland will indict Donald Trump. He wants to indict Donald Trump because he hates Donald Trump. He hates him, he’s angry. Merrick Garland is angry that he wasn’t confirmed to the Supreme Court. He wants to indict him.

I think the plan was to indict him over classified documents, and then he got the enormous problem that Joe Biden seemed to have classified documents everywhere, including in the garage by his old Corvette. I don’t think Merrick Garland will indict Donald Trump over classified documents.

Here’s my prediction: he’ll indict Trump over quote ‘obstruction of justice’ for hiding the classified documents… He’s going to create a crime about a non-crime.

For the record, Cruz served as Texas solicitor general before he was elected to the Senate and has successfully argued cases before the U.S. Supreme Court.



Following the finding of classified documents at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida, Garland swiftly issued a series of subpoenas, compelling Trump’s staff and associates to provide testimony regarding their role in removing documents from the White House during the final days of his presidency.

Previous reports have affirmed Cruz’s belief that a criminal indictment against the former president is imminent.

Allegations of politicization within the Justice Department have been a recurring concern for Garland, particularly since Republicans gained control of Congress earlier this year.

In the coming weeks, special counsel John Durham is scheduled to testify regarding his report, which suggests that the FBI hurriedly initiated an investigation into Trump over phony allegations of collusion with Russia during the 2016 election.

Whistleblowers have made claims asserting that Garland personally intervened in the FBI’s inquiry into Hunter Biden, specifically regarding his alleged exploitation of his father’s and family’s influence for illicit gain in Washington.