—  Sen. Ted Cruz  — 





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  • For 2021 —  The Alfred E. Neumann Award For Frickin Idiot Has Been Awarded To:  1St Place In The Senior Male Dork  Division —  Sen. Ted Cruz As The Master Of Disaster  — Now He Is The  Runner Up For 2022  —
  •  CRUZ gives up Canadian Citizenship.   Canada declared a National holiday. “ Glad we got rid of that frickin Idiot Tell him to  ….-off”.  Actually we were hoping rather than he giving up his Canadian Citizenship, he would of chosen to give up his American citizenship.   Missed opportunity. In reality, the truth is it was hoped he would just give up breathing.
  • In contention for the idiot of the year award and just as mis-informed as Sarah Palin and Michele Bachman combined, this troglodyte spread more lies and  more mis-information than the allies in WWII. Our consensus indicated out of 10,000 votes, more than 14,999 thought he was a bloomin idiot.
  • We know all about Teddy Cruz, his voters are Texans that stupid to keep this moron’s lying idiot fact-sheet in Congress?  Well, it’s very possible, since several other morons came from that state…Sometimes it’s a battle for stupid when he and Jim Jordan speak on the same day. We decided to give them both the big dick.  Both contribute nothing of value to our governments except lie, embellish, obstruct and should have been turned over to VLAD THE IMPALER a long time ago.

  • In February, Torres-Estrada also posted a meme to his Facebook page, which was public until Monday night, saying Republican Sen. Ted Cruz was "MISSING" after he left his home state for Cancun, Mexico, as Texas suffered from widespread power outages in the wake of a brutal winter storm. It’s not clear if that post is part of the investigation.  It was true, a cop out during the disaster.    (That was true too and he left his dog alone in the house)

(FROM CNN)  02/01/2022

  • Texas Sen. Ted Cruz called President Joe Biden's commitment to nominate the first Black woman to the Supreme Court "offensive" and said that by doing so the President is telling other Americans "you are ineligible." 

  • "The fact that he's willing to make a promise at the outset, that it must be a Black woman, I gotta say that's offensive. You know, you know Black women are what, 6% of the US population? He's saying to 94% of Americans, 'I don't give a damn about you, you are ineligible'," Cruz said on an episode of his podcast "Verdict with Ted Cruz" that was released on Sunday. In 2019, Black women represented 7% of the US population, according to the US Census Bureau. 

  • The Republican continued, "And he's also saying -- it's actually an insult to Black women. If he came and said, 'I'm gonna put the best jurist on the court and he looked at a number of people and he ended up nominating a Black woman, he could credibly say, 'OK I'm nominating the person who's most qualified.' He's not even pretending to say that he he's saying, 'If you're a White guy, tough luck. If you're a White woman, tough luck. You don't qualify.'"

  • The comments from Cruz come as other Republicans have criticized Biden's decision and some have concluded that his nominee to the high court, who the President has promised will be a Black woman, may not be the most qualified person and will likely lean far-left in political views. 

Veterans Call Out Ted Cruz - He Says Army Ad: 
Shows “ Woke, Emasculated Military”

  • Veterans criticized Republican Senator Ted Cruz on Thursday after he complained about a US Army recruiting ad that was featured in a viral clip comparing it with a Russian military ad.
      • The video starts with the Russian ad, depicting soldiers doing pushups, parachuting out of an airplane and aiming their weapons as dramatic music reaches a crescendo in the background. It then pivots quickly to an animated Army clip of a female soldier raised by two mothers who decides to join the US Army. 
      • The video was originally shared on TikTok and now has more than 3 million views on Twitter. Cruz was apparently not a fan and tweeted out, "Holy crap. Perhaps a woke, emasculated military is not the best idea...."
      • The Senator faced backlash on social media from veterans, lawmakers and others following his remarks. Retired Army National Guard lieutenant colonel and Democratic Senator Tammy Duckworth, who lost both of her legs while serving in Iraq, took issue with Cruz's comment. 
      • "Holy crap," Duckworth tweeted. "Perhaps a U.S. Senator shouldn't suggest that the *Russian* military is better than the American military that protected him from an insurrection he helped foment?" 
      • VoteVets, a political group that supports veterans and promotes liberal causes, also criticized Cruz.
      • "Ted Cruz attacks a US Army soldier for telling her story, says he prefers Russians. Because Ted Cruz is a sedition-loving traitor," the group wrote.
      • Amy McGrath, a former U.S. Marine who ran against Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell last year, also took aim at Cruz. "Dear @tedcruz- you have no idea what being a warrior is all about. Signed, all women who have worn the uniform to protect your right to be an ass,” she wrote. 
  • Former Missouri Senate candidate and Army National Guard veteran Jason Kander questioned Cruz's toughness.   "You can do what like seven pushups I'm guessing?" he tweeted. 

  • Cruz responded to critics saying the US has the "greatest military on earth," but pinned blame on Democrats and media for "trying to turn them into pansies.” 

  • His spokesperson Erin Perrine told CBS News in a statement that Cruz "passionately supports the brave men and women of the United States military and has repeatedly expressed concerns that Democrat politicians, left wing bureaucrats, and the media are politicizing our armed forces to promote a fringe woke agenda based on identity politics.”

  • "Our military should be focused on winning wars, and we endanger our national security and our servicemembers when they focus on anything else," Perrine added. 

  • However, he wasn't the only one who took issue with the video. An Army official told the Army Times that the comment section of the Army ad on YouTube was removed because of "negative commentary." 

  • The ad features Army Corporal Emma Malonelord, who was raised in California by her two mothers. She decided to join the Army after meeting a recruiter as a student at University of California, Davis.