June 22, 2016
I’ll spare you from looking at his full face. You’re welcome.
Everyone breathed a huge sigh of relief when that bastard Cruz finally quit the presidential race. Not that we were worried that Trump would lose. But this would mean we could stop seeing Lying Ted’s gross bread face in the news every day.
But he had to drag his deformed mug back into the news cycle to offend us once again with his anti-Trump ramblings.
What did we do to deserve this, Ted?
Ted Cruz returned to the campaign trail for the first time since suspending his presidential campaign to stump for senate hopeful Darryl Glenn in Denver — but at least one fan of the Texas senator isn’t ready to let his 2016 bid go.
As the former candidate acknowledged the “unusual” presidential race, the audience laughed, as a man shouted, “Run, Ted.”
“We may all need to run,” Cruz joked.
I don’t know what cruel maniac shouted that Ted should “run.”
It’s not funny. Haven’t we suffered enough?
And Cruz got humiliated so bad in the primary, I’m starting to feel bad for him.
Without mentioning presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, the Texas senator stressed the importance of checks and balances, “regardless of what happens in November.”
“I don’t know what’s going to happen in November. I suspect there are varying views in this room about what will happen in November, what should happen in November,” Cruz said.
“But I’ll tell you this: Regardless of what happens in November, we need a United States Senate that will stand up and check abuses of the President of the United States. And we need a Senate that is willing to check the President, whether the President is a Democrat or a Republican.”
Following Cruz’s speech, Glenn spoke about the “responsibility to get in line and support” the presumptive GOP nominee. While others in the room applaud, Cruz did not, reaching for his glass of water.
I take back what I said about almost feeling sorry for him.
The snake Cruz is implying here that the senate and courts should do everything they can to undermine Trump’s presidency once he’s elected, basically preventing his policies from being implemented.
He’s signaling here that he’ll continue running interference all the way.
Trump needs to take this guy out of the picture or he’ll continually have a Chihuahua biting at his ankles.