Senator Ted Cruz formally objected to Arizona’s Electoral College results Wednesday; sparking a two hour debate as Congress meets to certify the 2020 race for the White House.
“It is,” said Cruz when asked of an Arizona Congressman’s objections were signed by a Senator.
“We are gathered at a time when democracy is in crisis.”
Congressman Paul Gosar and Senator Ted Cruz object to the electoral college submission of Arizona pic.twitter.com/OaUARI4zGu
— Team Trump (Text TRUMP to 88022) (@TeamTrump) January 6, 2021
Sen. Ted Cruz: "We are gathered at a time when democracy is in crisis." pic.twitter.com/bP9fLU6ooC
— The Hill (@thehill) January 6, 2021
Watch the historic moment above.
CRUZ MISSILE: Cruz Asks Twitter to BAN CNN Over Post Promoting Same Drug That Got Trump Jr Barred
Senator Ted Cruz demanded Twitter ban CNN from its platform Tuesday night; pointing out the network promoted the same treatment for CoVID-19 that got Donald Trump Jr’s account frozen this week.
“Twitter, please ban CNN,” posted Cruz, citing the story.
Twitter, please ban CNN. https://t.co/2aiEgnlIWy
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) July 29, 2020
“A surprising new study found that the controversial antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine helped Covid-19 patients better survive in the hospital,” posted CNN on July 3rd.
Twitter temporarily restricted Trump Jr’s account after posting a video promoting the treatment.
CRUZ MISSILE: Senator Says ‘Dems Party of the Rich, GOP Party of the Working Class’
Senator Ted Cruz called-out his Democratic colleagues on social media over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend; saying far-left politicians are the “party of the rich” while Republicans “are and should be the party of the working class.”
“Today’s Dems are the party of the rich. GOP is and should be the party of the working class,” posted Cruz on Twitter.
Today’s Dems are the party of the rich.
GOP is and should be the party of the working class. https://t.co/WMTDtKTzwU
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) November 29, 2020
Cruz’ message was referencing a recent study showing Joe Biden won more than 50% of the highest income counties in the United States; up dramatically from the 1980 election.