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They can both be crooks.
What we seemed to have forgotten is that politics does not need to be an all-or-nothing, either/or cult.
Blinded by their hatred for Donald Trump, and desperate to remain in power, Democrats ignore the scandals of Hunter and Joe Biden.
It’s obvious that the plea deal that the Department of Justice and Hunter’s lawyers tried to ram through this week was a coverup, a partisan effort to cut off uncomfortable questions about Hunter’s influence peddling.
A full investigation is needed into how Joe benefited from his son’s machinations and the allegations of judicial interference made by IRS whistleblowers.
Rightly angry about Hunter, Republicans see the charges against Donald Trump as retribution.
Except it’s also obvious that there is a prima facie case that Trump has flagrantly broken the law by putting national security secrets at risk for his own ego, then tried to destroy the evidence.
His actions on January 6 were unconscionable.
These are not made-up prosecutions, and “double standard” is not a defense for his behavior.
Of course, if you try to criticize Joe Biden in the liberal press, you’re “empowering Trump.”
If you state the obvious about Trump, the MAGA world fumes.
Enough with this circle-the-wagons mentality.
Trump’s campaign doesn’t excuse the Biden family’s schemes.
Biden scandals don’t make Trump’s actions right.
There are plenty of politicians in this country; party affiliation should not require fealty to one person only.
Imagine a world where the two frontrunners for president were debating wages and growth and grocery prices, things that matter to the average American.
Instead, hypocritical elites dismiss moral rot as long as it benefits their side.
They can both be crooks. This nation needs to think hard about whether they should be left behind.