Sen. Ted Cruz showed how to control unruly protesters and look presidential in the process by putting his superior logic and intellect to good use.
At a campaign stop in the western Chicago suburb of Glen Ellyn, the Texas Republican, who’s seeking his party’s nomination for president, was enthusiastically met by a large number of supporters — save for one animal rights activist.
Huffington Post contributor Samantha-Jo Roth posted a video of the exchange.
— Samantha-Jo Roth (@SamanthaJoRoth) March 15, 2016
Texas Tribune reporter Patrick Svitek, who’s covering the Cruz presidential campaign, reported:
Cruz to protesters: “I understand you’re very concerned about animals. Animals are wonderful. I also happen to care about human beings.”
— Patrick Svitek (@PatrickSvitek) March 14, 2016
Refreshing, no? Many thought so and took to social media.
I’m a veterinarian& even I feel that way!
— ☤DrSue ن #CruzCrew (@DrSueDVM) March 14, 2016
— CruznGail (@iloverockchalk) March 14, 2016
And ABC News digital journalist Jessica Hopper’s report raked in a lot of nods of approval:
Animal rights protester tries to disrupt @tedcruz rally. Cruz makes point of saying she was allowed to speak,escorted out w/out violence
— Jessica Hopper (@jesshop23) March 14, 2016
— JRGrayThunder (@JRGrayThunder) March 15, 2016
— Jan Bettini (@jan_bettini) March 14, 2016
— JMB (@5heepdog) March 14, 2016
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