Sen. Ted Cruz is feeling the heat for speaking the truth about President Donald Trump.
The Texas Republican wrote a blurb about Trump for Time magazine’s 100 most influential list of people of the year, earning himself an explosive earful from hysterical liberals who obviously can’t deal with facts and truth.
“President Trump is a flash-bang grenade thrown into Washington by the forgotten men and women of America.
“The fact that his first year as Commander in Chief disoriented and distressed members of the media and political establishment is not a bug but a feature,” Cruz wrote about his former campaign opponent.
In the short mini-profile of 165 words, Cruz recounted some of the president’s biggest accomplishments in his brief time in office, including tax cuts, bringing jobs back to America and standing up to North Korean dictator, Kim Jong Un.
“The same cultural safe spaces that blinkered coastal elites to candidate Trump’s popularity have rendered them blind to President Trump’s achievements on behalf of ordinary Americans,” Cruz wrote.
And the blindness showed quite clearly on Twitter where the Texas senator was torched for his defense of Trump.
Ted Cruz wrote a nauseating and sycophantic essay about Trump for the Time 100.
I wonder what Heidi Cruz thinks of it. https://t.co/InHlYqbrVH
— Roland Scahill (@rolandscahill) April 19, 2018
Ted Cruz’s blurb about Trump for Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People is one of the most humiliating things ever written pic.twitter.com/VAnZnWXK2R
— david ehrlich (@davidehrlich) April 19, 2018
At some point within the last month Ted Cruz woke up, looked himself in the mirror, and said “Time to write nice things about the guy who said my dad killed a former President”
— Juggalocialism (@UweBollocks) April 19, 2018
Call me old fashioned, but if I were Ted Cruz and Donald Trump had personally branded me as a liar, suggested he had dirt on my wife, spread rumors that my father assasinated JFK, and was, you know, Donald Trump, I’d probably pass on writing his effusive TIME magazine blurb.
— Matt Fuller (@MEPFuller) April 19, 2018
Ted Cruz, who ended his campaign calling Donald Trump an “utterly amoral” “pathological liar” “narcissist at a level I don’t think this country has ever seen,” writes an ode to Trump’s elites-triggering for this year’s Time most influential list: https://t.co/rIOec1PP7f
— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) April 19, 2018
But Cruz was aiming much higher than the petty outbursts on social media and, despite Twitter users attempting to drag him through old baggage, he delivered a solid case for Trump and the fact that he is doing exactly what Americans elected him to do.
“President Trump is doing what he was elected to do: disrupt the status quo.,” Cruz wrote. “That scares the heck out of those who have controlled Washington for decades, but for millions of Americans, their confusion is great fun to watch.”
Just before the 2016 election, liberal filmmaker Michael Moore shocked many when he appeared to predict Trump’s historic win. In a video excerpt, Moore called the GOP nominee “the human Molotov cocktail” that the forgotten men and women of America would send to Washington, D.C.
He said, in part:
Yes, on November 8th, YOU — Joe Blow, Steve Blow, Bob Blow, Billy Blow, Billy Bob Blow, all the Blows — get to go and blow up the whole goddamn system because it’s your right.
Trump’s election is going to be the biggest F**K YOU ever recorded in human history.
And it will feel good.
Liberals lost their collective minds when Moore made his remarks and are having the same knee-jerk reaction to the similiar words of Cruz who called Trump “a flash-bang grenade thrown into Washington.”
Trump’s critics will never face facts and accept the reality, even if it is written in black and white and staring them right in the face.
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