CHARLIE KIRK (HOST): But let's talk about what's really going on here before we take victory lap after victory lap after victory lap. It's important to understand. The way that the fourth branch of government operates is with intentionality. There are no mistakes. There are no indictments without the right hand knowing what the left hand is doing.
So the first most obvious takeaway is important. They're doing this to create the appearance of impartiality so that they can continue their jihad against Donald Trump.
So that under oath, they could say, well, as you can see, we have active indictments against Menendez and Hunter Biden, which gives us a mandate to go after Bannon and Donald Trump and Douglas Mackie, etcetera, etcetera.
So it is the appearance of impartiality, and they do this low-hanging fruit indictment, which by the way, you better believe that Bob Menendez deserves this. This is not some sort of concoction. This is not a reach. Now when you read the indictment, it also demoralizes me a little bit because when the FBI, when the Department of Justice wants to do their job, they actually do a pretty good job. You read the indictment, and by pretty good job, I mean, it's thorough. Bob Menendez does not stand a chance against the evidence they have here.
Bob Menendez the day after he comes back from Egypt, they also have the gold bars, he googles how much is a kilo of gold worth. The day after he comes back from Egypt. So they did a rather forensically thorough job, but that's not what's going on here. Okay? This is all surface-level stuff. It's important. We gotta mention it. There's something much deeper happening here.
KIRK: So while most conservative media is just going to stop there, Menendez, bad guy, DOJ trying to look balanced.
No, there's something even deeper occurring – under the surface, which is where our program always goes.
Menendez is a not-so-subtle reminder – because it's not just Menendez that is having a bad Friday, September 22nd. No. No. No. Menendez is a warning. Menendez, he's a message, because you better believe that there are other US senators that are nervous, going through their own search history. Talking to lawyers and attorneys, sweating it out, wondering if they're next. That's exactly what the fourth branch of government wants.