I know there are some mixed feelings out there about Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR), but he has been an absolute rock star regarding the pandemic as well as calling out existing political corruption in the Democrat party.
He is not afraid to speak his mind, especially when it comes to the alleged corruption of Joe Biden and his entire family.
Cotton is among those of us that feel the entire Biden family was able to cash in on Joe Biden being in office, making virtually every member of the family rich over the last four-plus decades.
The Biden Crime Family
President Trump, the other day, referred to the Bidens as a criminal enterprise.
Whether they actually broke the law remains to be seen, as nobody has had the guts to truly investigate their actions.
Even if they did not technically break the law, however, there is absolutely zero doubt that what Biden did was unethical and that he set up just about every member of his family to succeed financially through his political agenda and contacts.
On this very subject, Senator Cotton stated, “We do know that Hunter Biden traded on his father’s public office for many years.
“The Biden family has cashed in substantially on Joe Biden’s public office.”
2020 Watch-Sen. @TomCottonAR -campaigning for fellow Republicans in NH today-charges in a @FoxNews intv. that he getting “a lot of questions” from voters on #HunterBiden story. Charges
“the Biden family has cashed in substantially on Joe Biden’s public office” #2020Election #FITN pic.twitter.com/xbkBn5xOJ5
— Paul Steinhauser (@steinhauserNH1) October 19, 2020
Cotton also took aim at social media outlets that have refused to take the Hunter Biden email story seriously.
Much of that has to do with the fact Rudy Giuliani is involved in the story, but it is worth nothing that our own Director of National Intelligence has already gone on record stating that there are no signs that these emails are a Russian disinformation campaign.
Cotton stated, “Republicans and conservatives feel like these companies have declared open war on their point of view and that’s why I think it’s time to strip them of their immunity they have for any legal liability that they publish on their website and support the investigations that the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission and state attorney generals are under taking to see if they violated anti-trust laws.
“If they have, they should face the full consequences of those actions.”
You can read more about this report on Fox News.