Ted Cruz

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    Ted Cruz Crushes Obama Following Islamic Terrorism in France

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) issued the following statement on the terror attack that occurred this evening in Nice, France:

    “Tonight, our close ally France is reeling from yet another major attack apparently carried out by radical Islamic terrorists.

    “Let us make no mistake about it: Europe is under siege. We must redouble our attacks on the ISIS strongholds in Iraq and Syria, but we cannot deceive ourselves that we can isolate ISIS and related terrorist groups in the Middle East. Thanks to a lack of decisive action, that opportunity has passed. As America has focused on limited regional air strikes, ISIS has been playing a longer game. They have used the last two years to establish a network of militants around the world from France to Bangladesh who are now coming to life. They may be in the United States as well.

    “We have to remove the blinders and recognize this for what it is: radical Islamic terrorism. We need to stop radicalized individuals from coming into the United States. We need to empower our law enforcement to target this specific threat, whether imported or homegrown. After seven and a half years of the Obama administration denying this danger, it is getting worse, not better. Willful blindness is not a policy.”


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    Posted by SooperMexican on Jul 15, 2016 at 4:01 PM in Politics | 14 Comments
    By SooperMexican

    Here’s another bit of intrigue about the GOP convention – apparently Cruz is going to give a special address to the Texan delegates on Thursday:

    U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz and U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan are among those speaking to the Texas delegation next week at the Republican National Convention, according to a tentative schedule obtained by The Texas Tribune. Cruz, a former presidential candidate, will address the delegates Thursday morning, while Ryan will do so Tuesday morning. Other prominent Republicans addressing the group include former Gov. Rick Perry(Monday morning) and U.S. Sen. John Cornyn (Tuesday morning).
    Hmmm.. we’ve heard rumors that the deal he struck with Trump to speak at the convention included him not getting in the way of the nomination. Makes you wonder….

    Cruz’s speech could be his only public remarks in Cleveland beside his address Wednesday night to all of the convention’s delegates. Cruz made a short trip to Cleveland on Friday to address a private gathering of conservative activists known as the Council for National Policy. He is expected to return to Cleveland late Tuesday to attend more private events, including a thank-you reception for his delegates Wednesday afternoon at a bar on the city’s waterfront.
    This comes right after the “conscience clause” vote failed to give delegates an out when voting at the convention. Does the Cruzinator have something else up his sleeve or has he give up to the Donald? Stay tuned…

    Read more: http://therightscoop.com/ted-cruz-will-give-a-speech-to-the-texas-delegates-at-the-gop-convention/#ixzz4EVkqAXYw

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