Cruz says Biden's bribery allegation worthy of prison if true

August 13, 2023

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said that President Joe Biden should be imprisoned if he is guilty of bribery.

Cruz shared the remarks during an interview on Fox News' "Hannity."

The comments

"If so, Joe Biden is guilty of bribery. Hunter is guilty of selling bribes, selling official favors from his father. And if that is the case, Joe Biden should be impeached. He should be removed from office," Cruz said.

"He should be prosecuted, and he should go to prison, and he should share a cell with Hunter for corrupting the government of the United States," he added.

Americans agree

"A new survey shows that most U.S. adults say they believe President Joe Biden broke foreign agent rules when he allegedly facilitated bribery schemes in overseas business dealings through his son, Hunter Biden," Newsmax reported.

"A Daily Mail poll, released Friday, found that 63% say they think Joe Biden, as vice president, violated the Foreign Agents Registration Act, which mandates that individuals declare their foreign interests and register as agents; 8% were unsure," it continued.

Impeachment coming

Rep. Greg Stuebe announced last week that he plans to file articles of impeachment against Biden following the investigation.

"The discussion revolved around the intricate web of investigations that have cast a shadow over both Hunter Biden and his father, President Joe Biden," the Raging Patriot reported.

"The implications of these investigations have the potential to reshape the political landscape and trigger significant consequences," it added.

“Tomorrow, I intend on filing an impeachment resolution on Joe Biden for bribery, for extortion, obstruction of justice, fraud, financial involvement in drugs and prostitution," told Newsmax.

The allegations remain under investigation, including up to more than $20 million in funding going to Biden family members. Some conservatives are already starting the impeachment process, while others await the full investigation to be complete before moving forward in the major decision regarding the president.

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