Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz released a new episode in his podcast “Verdict with Ted Cruz” in which he reiterated that President Trump is within his rights to ensure a fair and free election for the American people. He is allowed to seek recounts, contest ballots, and not recognize Biden as the elected President until the election has officially been decided by the court, not the mainstream media networks.
“Here’s a radical proposition — elections are decided when the results have been counted and the legal proceedings are over. That didn’t used to be a controversial proposition,” Sen. Cruz tweeted.
This is after weeks of several states dumping ballots, incorrectly verifying signatures, blocking off the ballot observing process, and refusing to certify the election results.
CNN host Chris Cuomo did not see eye-to-eye with Sen. Cruz on this. He wrote back to Sen. Cruz’s tweet that he is wrong to empower the notion that there are problems with the count. He said this justifies delaying the process of how to distribute a vaccine in the middle of a pandemic. “Own it…because the position owns you and will be remembered,” Cuomo wrote.
This led to a full brawl between the two. Sen. Cruz told Cuomo to “hush child,” which then led the CNN host to bring up Cruz’s recent slam against Ohio Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown. “Says the man who called a senator an ‘ass’,” Cuomo wrote. Sen. Cruz had called Sen. Brown a “complete ass” for calling out another Republican lawmaker on the floor for not wearing a mask. He accused the Ohio lawmaker for fake virtue signaling.
“In the past 2 months, we’ve voted TWICE on $500 billion in COVID relief. Both times, Senate Dems filibuster the bill. You should call on your own party to stop blocking relief. EVERY SINGLE Dem voted for a filibuster. I suspect you never reported on that fact to your viewers,” Sen. Cruz responded.
Sen. Cruz has always pointed out that the radical left is just here to play partisan politics. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, herself, has proven that Democrats think no relief is better than “some” relief. American families and small businesses are struggling. The middle class is being crushed because the left refuses to pass any more relief packages or open up their cities.
Democrats want everyone to sit at home and collect government checks.