Sen. Ted Cruz, during a Thursday evening appearance on Fox News’ “Hannity,” made some head-turning revelations about the Justice Department, the FBI, and how he sees their relationship with former President Donald Trump.

Specifically, the Texas Republican believes that both agencies see Trump as an “enemy” to be opposed, and that both are “weaponized politically.”

Here’s a partial transcript (see video below):

SEN. TED CRUZ: Look, part of the reason that the FBI and the DOJ can be so contemptuous of the American people is they believe they will not be called to account.

Senate Democrats certainly don’t care about the answers. They don’t care whether it is true or not that Joe Biden received a five million dollar bribe from a foreign national, not a single Senate Democrat asked about that. Senate Democrats will not hold a single hearing on that question, and they know that the corporate media will cover it up and hide You mentioned none of the corporate media even mentioned the allegations when Joe Biden was asked at a press conference about it, he laughed and said, where’s the money?

You know what? Al Capone said the same thing. He’s mocking the American people, and let me put something else out.

Listen, I don’t know whether it is true or false that Biden, in fact, took this bribe, but do you know who knows to a hundred percent certainty? Joe Biden. And if it’s false, he could call on the FB, he could direct the FBI, hand over the 10-23, hand over the 17 voice recordings because they will exonerate me. They will demonstrate my innocence. He’s not doing that.

Instead, his henchmen at DOJ are stonewalling. I asked the deputy director, did you do anything to investigate these credible allegations from a trusted informant? He refused to answer that question as well. This is a rogue agency that is thoroughly politicized. It is thoroughly weaponized and I got to say, look, you contrast that with the Trump indictment, which is utter and complete garbage.


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