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During Senator Jeff Sessions’, R-Ala. (C,78%) Attorney General confirmation hearing today in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Senator Ted Cruz, R-Tex. (A, 97%) pointed out numerous Democratic hypocrisies that have been manifested in the past few years and during the hearing. Democrats on the committee, especially Senator Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif. (F, 0%) had been grilling Sessions on whether he would uphold abortion laws in the United States if he becomes Attorney General. Senator Patrick Leahy, D, Vt. (F, 6%) interrogated Sessions on LGBT rights, questioning whether Sessions would uphold civil rights laws as Attorney General.
know I may lose followers, readers and even friends over this article, but that’s OK. As Jeremiah so concisely stated, “But if I say, ‘I will not make mention of Him nor speak any more in His name,’ then His word was in my heart as a burning fire shut up in my bones; and I was weary of forbearing it, and I could not endure it” (Jer. 20:9). Here it goes: Benny Hinn prophesied on New Year’s Eve 1989 that a woman would one day be president of America and would destroy this nation. It seemed like a far-fetched prophecy then, but not so much anymore. How could so many conservatives and Christians vote against Ted Cruz? How could so many conservatives vote against our constitution and against principle?
Ted Cruz is out with a great new ad this morning, explaining how he defended US sovereignty and states’ rights when the United Nations ordered a stay of execution for an illegal who committed murder:
There’s a reason former House Speaker John Boehner called Sen. Ted Cruz “Lucifer in the flesh,” and many of his Senate colleagues have been only slightly less charitble in their remarks about the renegade Texas conservative. Rather ironically, RINO Republican Sen. Dan Coats summed it up succinctly when he said, “An awful lot of us really didn’t like to be targeted as corrupt, establishment bought by the lobby establishment.” Which, of course, is exactly what they are. Cruz spoke truth to their treachery in an epic Senate soliloquy on September 28 of last year:
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) on Friday said he isn’t interested in being nominated to the Supreme Court. “That is not a desire of my heart,” Cruz said during an interview with WBAP in Texas when asked if he had aspirations to become a justice. “I have had several opportunities in the past to go to the bench, and I certainly deeply respect the job the justices do,” Cruz said.
I’m already sick of this. Grossed out, really. There is already an effort underway to re-cast the 2016 primary season with recrimination, acrimony …and quadruple-guessing the strategy and tactics deployed by the campaign of Senator Ted Cruz. Clutching our pearls and wringing our hankies, we’re supposed to upbraid the good Senator because he didn’t attack Donald Trump soon enough.. or maybe it was too soon. I can’t keep track. And then, we’re supposed to shake our index finger in his general direction because he apologized to Ben Carson for re-telling the narrative on Iowa Caucus Night that Carson was dropping out. Oh, the horror! And then, we were supposed to be angry at him for losing the southern primaries because he’d become “Lyin’...
Cruz just made a huge announcement that he will refuse to release his delegates to conservative businessman Donald J. Trump at the RNC convention in Cleveland, Ohio later this Summer. This looks like Cruz may be re-starting his campaign! This effort is, on it’s surface, an attempt to have a strong influence Republican party’s platform committee. But something major is happening here:
There are a boatload of myths and twisted facts that permeate the social media about Ted and Heidi Cruz. Some of it is done on purpose by those who wish to make their candidate stand out by denigrating another. I give Americans more credit though that the majority have just been fed misinformation and “just don’t know” the truth. This article should dispel those myths and please; feel free to check for yourself that every single word is fact. I know it is really long but you must understand, point by point, all the myths you have heard are not Ted Cruz. They are lies made to hurt him as a candidate. I could add so much more but feel free to ask questions.
Sen. Ted Cruz and his supporters are taking over the world of social media, the latest example being a “Twitter Rally” for the GOP presidential candidate that sent tweets to 1.1 billion followers. It occurred midnight Monday when the independent grassroots support group “Cruz Control” blasted out nearly 75,000 tweets on the candidate’s behalf under the #CruzCrew hashtag.
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