One reporter asks if Cruz’s young children should be jailed
Texas Senator Ted Cruz battled hostile reporters while outlining the case of corruption by Joe and Hunter Biden and Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings.
Speaking to reporters after the Senate trial was recessed on Monday evening, Cruz attempted to explain the importance of uncovering the Bidens’ alleged corruption, but was repeatedly interrupted and berated by the angry liberal media.
Ted Cruz triggers hostile corporate media over Hunter Biden corruption testimonypic.twitter.com/igP6cK53Sb
— Jamie White (@WhiteIsTheFury) January 27, 2020
At one point, a reporter claimed Trump’s legal team didn’t mention what crimes the Bidens may have committed, then suggested that Cruz’s young children should perhaps be imprisoned for nepotism.
“Basically what they said was, Hunter got a job, his dad was vice president…if that was a crime, I mean, shouldn’t half of your children be in prison?” he asked Cruz.
Cruz responded, “My children are 9 and 11, and I’m sorry you want to throw a 9-year-old in prison…stop playing the nasty Washington game.”
The media was so incensed by the Trump legal team’s testimony regarding the Bidens, that the major news networks NBC News, ABC News, and CNN all refused to air it.
You can watch the bombshell Biden testimony by former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi in the link Here. Bondi Blows Up Biden-Burisma Scandal for All America to See
During his presentation Dershowitz obliterated the liberal House Managers for their flimsy case against President Trump.
During his talk he addressed the weekend allegations by John Bolton, a former senior official in the Trump Administration.
Bolton reportedly claims in his new book that President Trump told him he would not release US aid to Ukraine until they investigated Joe and Hunter Biden and their pay-for-play schemes with Burisma Holdings.
Dershowitz deflated the Democrat Party’s latest great hope to take down President Trump.
Alan Dershowtiz: It follows, it follows from this that any president would have done what the Times reported about the contact of the Bolton manuscript. That would not constitute an impeachable offense. Let me repeat, nothing in the Bolton revelations even if true would rise to the level of an abuse of power or an impeachable offense.