February 24, 2017
Possibly without thinking or possibly for the purpose of being purposefully bizarre, Ted Cruz has predicted that Jew SCOTUS judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg will die this summer.
Pure comedy gold.
With as weird and awkward as Ted Cruz is, it’s really a wonder more of what he says isn’t pure comedy gold.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz told “Special Report with Bret Baier” Thursday that “I think the odds are very good” that a second seat on the Supreme Court will fall vacant this year.
“If not this summer, next summer,” Cruz told Bret Baier. “You know, judges don’t like it when people kind of nudge them out, so they’ll go when they decide to go.”
lol is he predicting heat stroke?
Why will it be summer?
Cruz stressed that he had “no inside information” about any possible vacancy, but noted that “that most of my professional career has been as a Supreme Court litigator and I know the Court well.”
President Trump has nominated Neil Gorsuch to succeed the late Justice Antonin Scalia, who died last year at the age of 79. Cruz did not specify which justice he believed would retire, but two of the remaining eight justices on the court — liberal Ruth Bader Ginsburg and swing vote Anthony Kennedy — are in their 80s.
Cruz said the battle over whoever is appointed to fill the forthcoming vacancy would be “Armageddon.”
“[This] is going to be the opportunity to shift the course of this court [and] put a five-justice majority of Constitutionalists on the court,” Cruz said, adding that Republicans “need to be prepared to take the case to the American people.”
Cruz, who has been put forward as a potential Supreme Court candidate, told Baier that he was “very happy in the Senate.”
Ginsburg is the oldest on the court at 83, and she’s not looking very good lately.
In fact, that old kike bitch is looking straight-up like Stephen Hawking.
Still, it’s a weird move to predict her death.
Ted Cruz is a weird guy.
Remember that time he said he was going to run over Donald Trump with his car?
Cruz is obviously angling for a position on the court. I don’t think he should be given one. Treachery aside, we want WASPs, period.