Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) said that President Joe Biden wants former President Donald Trump to die in jail over classified documents found in his Florida home.
Mace shared the words during a "Sunday Morning Futures" interview on Fox News Sunday.
"They want him to die in jail. And yet Hillary Clinton is standing free today." https://t.co/QqO1CIrviY
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) June 11, 2023
“But when we got access to the suspicious activity reports, the day we got access to the SARS reports, Alvin Bragg indicted Trump in New York. The day that we got access to this 1023 form showing bribery between Joe Biden and Hunter Biden in Ukraine, they indict Donald Trump again," Mace said.
“And look, Joe Biden wants to give Donald Trump a death sentence for documents. He’s facing hundreds of years for mishandling documents, and they want him to die in jail. And yet Hillary Clinton is standing free today," she added.
On the day we saw evidence of an alleged ongoing Biden family bribery scheme, the Executive Branch tries to take out their number one political opponent in 2024. It's disgusting. pic.twitter.com/EOehOv0nfX
— Rep. Nancy Mace (@RepNancyMace) June 9, 2023
Mace also called out the timing of the latest charges against Trump, noting they occurred as the Biden family bribery allegations were being investigated.
"On the day we saw evidence of an alleged ongoing Biden family bribery scheme, the Executive Branch tries to take out their number one political opponent in 2024. It's disgusting," she tweeted.
BREAKING: Sen. Grassley reveals Ukrainian oil exec who bribed Joe Biden w/$5 million kept 2 secret recordings of calls w/him about the deal & 15 recordings w/Hunter
This is why the DOJ indicted Trump in the same week this was declassified
IT’S A COVERUP
— DC_Draino (@DC_Draino) June 12, 2023
"Sen. Chuck Grassley said Monday that the Burisma executive who allegedly paid Joe Biden and Hunter Biden kept 17 audio recordings of his conversations with them as an 'insurance policy,' citing the FBI FD-1023 form that the bureau briefed congressional lawmakers on," Fox News reported.
"Grassley, R-Iowa, revealed from the Senate floor Monday what was said to be a redacted reference in the FBI-generated FD-1023 form alleging a criminal bribery scheme between then-Vice President Joe Biden and a foreign national that involved influence over U.S. policy decisions," it added.
The contrast between how Biden's allegations have been treated and Trump's indictment shows strong concerns of bias.
Republican leaders have made it clear that even if Trump is found guilty that they will continue to investigate Biden's family payments from international businesses.
The latest actions show that the legal system and 2024 presidential politics are closely connected as the two top candidates seem to head toward a potential rematch.