Mike Pence served Donald Trump loyally as Vice President.
That’s all out the window.
Tucker Carlson blew the whistle on what Joe Biden asked Mike Pence to do to Donald Trump.
As American Patriot Daily reports:
In discussing classified documents turning up at Mike Pence’s home in Indiana, Carlson explained to viewers that this was part of an anti-Trump strategy gone awry.
“So here’s the latest example of unexplained weirdness in the news,” Carlson continued. “Mike Pence, of all people, has just swooped in to save Joe Biden. Yes. Mike Pence, a man so flamboyantly pure, he won’t have dinner with ladies not his wife. And yet Mike Pence also had secret documents in his house, just like Joe Biden!”
After Biden’s lawyers and the FBI performed four searches that turned up six batches of stolen classified documents any plans to charge Donald Trump for the FBI finding classified documents — which Trump said he declassified — at Mar-a-Lago were on life support.
Carlson stated that in an attempt to get the prosecution of Trump back on track Biden asked Pence to search his home in the belief that Pence’s search would not turn up any stolen classified documents.
That way — Carlson added — Biden could point to Pence following the rules for handling classified documents as a way to revive the attempt to prosecute Donald Trump.
“We can’t say for certain, but it’s entirely possible — in fact, it’s likely — that Mike Pence was asked to do this by federal prosecutors who are trying to build a case against his old boss, Donald Trump,” Carlson stated, continuing that “the point would be to show that not every federal official walks off with state secrets. Donald Trump was uniquely evil in this regard, as in so many others.”
However, a search of Pence’s home yielded 12 classified documents.
But what struck Carlson as strange — and why Carlson believes the request to Pence to search his house for classified documents came from Joe Biden — is the fact that Pence, the corporate media and all of official Washington treated the discovery like it was no big deal.
“But Pence didn’t seem embarrassed about [finding classified documents] at all,” Carlson exclaimed. “In fact, he almost bragged about it.”
There were no demands for Attorney General Merrick Garland to appoint a special counsel to investigate Pence like there were for Biden and Trump.
Carlson remarked that Pence acted like he had no fear of prosecution or any consequences.
“So clearly, Mike Pence is not worried about being punished for keeping secret documents in his home. And that’s strange in a country where all laws are supposed to apply equally to all people. But Mike Pence is not worried about FBI raids, and that’s interesting,” Carlson declared.
And that is why Carlson thinks this search was part of a plot between Pence and Biden to indict Trump — taking Trump off the board in 2024 serves both their interests — that went horribly awry.