CAN'T-MISS: Ted Cruz Obliterates Pelosi's Propaganda

  • 2019-01-18
  • Source: AAN
  • by: AAN Staff
CAN'T-MISS: Ted Cruz Obliterates Pelosi's Propaganda
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When asked about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's tactic to postpone President Trump's State of the Union, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) gave a devastating answer: Pelosi doesn't want Trump to give the American people news the mainstream media won't share.

Per the Daily Wire:

Pelosi wrote to President Trump on Wednesday, "Sadly, given the security concerns and unless government re-opens this week, I suggest we work together to determine another suitable date after government has re-opened for this address or for you to consider delivering your State of the Union address in writing to the Congress on January 29.” She later told CNN, "This is a housekeeping matter in the Congress of the United States, so we can honor the responsibility of the invitation we extended to the President. He can make it from the Oval Office if he wants."

The interviewer started with Cruz by commenting, “So we’re seeing some efforts from House Democratic leadership to either postpone or put off the State of the Union address because of the shutdown.” He asked Cruz, “Does it really make any sense whatsoever to try to do that, and do people honestly believe that they are going to silence President Trump or end the partial shutdown by talking away the House chambers cameras from him?”

Cruz responded:


Listen, if you’re Nancy Pelosi it makes a lot of sense. Nancy Pelosi is terrified, number one, of her extreme left-wing base; she is captive of that; and number two, the position of Congressional Democrats in this shutdown is objectively unreasonable. In 2013, Chuck Schumer and every Senate Democrat voted in favor of 350 miles of border wall. They have right now shut the government down to stop 234 miles of border wall. I don’t know how you explain that you voted in favor of 350 miles but you shut the government down to stop 234 miles. That is incoherent.

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