Texas Senator Ted Cruz ripped the New York Times over the Memorial Day Holiday Weekend; blasting the national newspaper after they published a scathing report comparing members of the US military with “white supremacists.”
“On this Memorial Day, we give thanks to the heroic men & women who bravely fought and gave their lives to protect the NYT’s right to call the military Klansmen,” posted Cruz on social media.
On this Memorial Day, we give thanks to the heroic men & women who bravely fought and gave their lives to protect the NYT’s right to call the military Klansmen. https://t.co/eGGYwkAdbE
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) May 24, 2020
“Military installations that celebrate white supremacist traitors have loomed steadily larger in the civic landscape since the country began closing smaller bases and consolidating its forces on larger ones. Bases named for men who sought to destroy the Union in the name of racial injustice are an insult to the ideals servicemen and women are sworn to uphold — and an embarrassing artifact of the time when the military itself embraced anti-American values. It is long past time for those bases to be renamed,” writes the Times.
Read their full report here.
CRUZ MISSILE: Sotomayor’s Attacks on Trump ‘Like an Arsonist Complaining About the Fire Trucks’
Senator Ted Cruz weighed-in this week on Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s attacks against the Trump administration; saying it sounds like “an arsonist complaining about the noise from the fire trucks.”
“I read it a little bit like an arsonist complaining about the noise from the fire trucks. The reason there are so many emergency appeals is you have 55 nationwide injunctions from far too many judges who are not honoring their oath. Instead their operating as partisan political activists,” said Cruz.
Watch Sen. Cruz’ comments above.
CRUZ MISSILE: Ted Cruz Nukes FBI Russia Probe, Says Entire Case Based on ‘Fraudulent Evidence’
Senator Ted Cruz torched the FBI’s handling of its investigation into Russia Collusion Wednesday; saying the entire case was based on “fraudulent evidence” provided by a lawyer at the Department of Justice.
“A lawyer at the FBI creates fraudulent evidence, alters an email, that is in turn used as the basis for a sworn statement to the court that the court relies on. Am I stating that accurately?” asked Cruz.
“That is correct, that is what occurred,” replied Horowitz.
“If a private citizen did this, fabricated evidence, would that private citizen be prosecuted?” pressed Cruz.
“They’d certainly be considered for that,” stated Horowitz.
.@tedcruz: "A lawyer at the FBI creates fraudulent evidence, alters an email, that is in turn used as the basis for a sworn statement to the court that the court relies on. Am I stating that accurately?"
IG Horowitz: "That is correct, that is what occurred." pic.twitter.com/2ilD17Me7K
— The Hill (@thehill) December 11, 2019
Watch Sen. Cruz above.