You could say ‘tell us how you really feel’ when someone make a particularly pointed statement about a topic currently dominating the news cycle, but that doesn’t really need to be said when a growing number of people would tend to agree with the statement in question.
On Tuesday’s edition of “Louder with Crowder,” Donald Trump Jr. — son of former President Donald Trump (obviously) — told host Steven Crowder exactly how he feels about the ‘Alphabet Agencies,” who seem to have been weaponized politically by President Joe Biden’s regime.
“I think I said this on Tuesday, ‘Any Republican who does not call or make a part of their platform to disband the FBI, to defund or neuter —figuratively — the IRS, I will actively oppose,” Crowder said before asking Trump Jr. his question. “First off, do you see other Republicans doing that? Do you think these institutions — I do — are beyond saving?”
“The institutions are beyond saving at this point,” Trump Jr. began his response. “The only way to do it is to, you know, just disband them and start over.”
Trump Jr. went on to talk about and list the many shortcomings and failings of the FBI, pointing out that it’s becoming more and more difficult to make the distinction between the good agents just trying to uphold the law and those that are held up by an ever-increasingly authoritarian establishment.
The younger Donald's comments come just about a week after his father's home was raided by the FBI.
For Trump Jr.’s full comments, watch below:
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