He talked about killing Mexicans, keeping black people in chains and cutting their necks. The statements were not made in jest. There are hundreds of racist messages, racist memes and racist Instagram videos posted in the group… Cruz said he hated black people simply because they were black; Cruz hated Jews because he believed they wanted to destroy the world.
After one member expressed hatred for gay people, Cruz agreed, saying, Continue reading "Disturbing and Violent Instagram Messages From Florida School Shooter Reveal Hatred For Minorities, Gays"
The tweet was in response to Cuomo accusing Cruz, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), and Governor Rick Scott (R-FL) of retreating to Fox News after the shooting:
Gosh, I seem to recall doing not 1, not 2, but THREE town hall debates w/ @BernieSanders on @CNN Each 90 min long. You can accuse me of many things, but being afraid of CNN is not one of them…. https://t.co/we6HBY0oQ9— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) February 15, 2018
In response to the teen gunman who killed 17 people in a Parkland, Florida high school, Senator Ted Cruz of Texas — rather than calling for legislative action — resigned that “evil is sadly always present.” While the suspect was reportedly wielding an AR-15 style semiautomatic rifle, Cruz did not focus on the shooter’s weapon in a Fox News interview this morning. Instead, he talked about the inherent depravity of humankind:
.@tedcruz: “The reaction of Democrats to any tragedy is to try to politicize it. So they immediately start calling that we’ve got to take away the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding citizens.” pic.twitter.com/SXx7bXWQiO— Fox News (@FoxNews) February 15, 2018
“This horror shouldn’t exist, and we don’t know right now exactly why this deranged individual did this. I’m sure in the days to come we’ll find out more about what his motives were — Continue reading "Ted Cruz Calls For Inaction After School Shooting: ‘Evil is Sadly Always Present’"
“He’s looking to do discovery for something I don’t know or understand, and I think a little bit of it’s been blown out of proportion. I’m not a fact witness, to my extent. The letters talk about his claim that he was swindled into a fraudulent marriage by a woman he wants to be paid about $1.5 Continue reading "Rep. Darrell Issa Denies Having Affair With Republican Lawmaker’s Wife: ‘Nothing to Do With’ Divorce"