Senator Ted Cruz issued a statement regarding formerly respected Obama FBI Director James Comey’s corrupt decision to let likely Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton off the hook for crimes that would throw any normal American in prison for up to ten years, and the former presidential candidate did not hold back.
Ted Cruz questioned the “integrity” of James Comey’s decision, while accusing the Obama FBI director of rewriting criminal law.
“While I have tremendous respect for the dedicated men and women of the FBI, I have serious concerns about the integrity of Director Comey’s decision, and how it threatens the rule of law,” Cruz said in a statement on Tuesday.
“Director Comey has rewritten a clearly worded federal criminal statute,” Cruz asserted. “In so doing, he has come dangerously close to saying that grossly negligent handling of classified information should not result in serious consequences for high-level officials. In a nation where the rule of law is supposed to matter, this is troubling,” he contended.
Ted Cruz then tied in Independence Day, celebrated by the nation on Monday, noting that one of America’s bedrock principles is equality under the law, that we are a nation of laws in which no one should receive preferential treatment.
“Yesterday, Americans celebrated the 240th birthday of our Republic. We honored not only those who fought and died to defend our way of life, but the constitutional Republic for which they sacrificed,” Cruz said. “If we are to remain a beacon of hope and freedom for the rest of the world, it is incumbent upon us to ensure that we remain a nation of laws, and that our laws apply equally and fairly to us all.”
Cruz finalized his statement by blasting the Obama Regime for having the most politicized Department of Justice in American history, while announcing that he was joining Senator Charles Grassley in requesting all documents related to Comey’s incoherent decision.
“Under President Obama, we have seen the most politicized Department of Justice in history; I very much hope that politicization has not similarly corrupted the Federal Bureau of Investigation,” Cruz opined. “I join my Senate Judiciary colleagues, including Chairman Grassley, in calling for public transparency of, and full access to, all the information that the FBI used to come to today’s dubious decision,” he announced.