Ted Cruz keeps making his case for Potus less interesting with the passage of each day. He is an insider; he pretends to be a good Christian, pretends to care for the people but now we find that he actually supports Monsanto’s terrible GMO foods. Watch the video below and watch with shock at how he lambasts people who oppose Monsanto. Note that Monsanto is now banned in over 60 countries but the in the Good Old USA we continue to embrace them.
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40% of the people view Cruz in a negative light and only 30% view him in a favorable light
Cruz openly identifies with the Tea Party movement which may help to explain his motivation. The Tea Party movement seems to expect lies from their candidates because speaking the truth is supported by facts and data, which is so often irrelevant to their arguments.
Cruz seems to differentiate a lie from the truth by believing it to be truthful when he smiles knowingly and speaks with “passionate sincerity,” even if he’s just totally invented the facts. According to Politifact, which tracks a politician’s record for “publicly-asserted falsehoods,” Cruz registered a remarkable 56 percent of all statements they’ve looked at as being not true.
“Cruz told a CPAC crowd, for example, that Democrats issued an ominous threat to the Catholic Church: “Change your religious beliefs or we’ll use our power in the federal government to shut down your charities and your hospitals.” Politifact naturally deemed this “both incorrect and ridiculous.“”
He bluntly claimed that “the jurisdictions with the strictest gun control laws, almost without exception … have the highest crime rates and the highest murder rates.” This statement is not true.
Cruz denies climate change as well, describing it as a “front by power-hungry politicians to control people’s lives.” Well, one tends to trust scientists more than power-hungry politicians who are bought and paid for by the oil industry! Two west Texas brothers who made their billions selling a fracking company gave the Ted Cruz super PAC a record-setting $15 million dollars in August of this year. The man’s demagoguery goes unchecked!
“In one example, Mr. Cruz advocated for a line-item funding for veterans, and since Mr. Obama had declined to fund any individual line-items as a general matter, Mr. Cruz then publicly accused Mr. Obama of being against veterans. This, of course, was utterly absurd, but Mr. Cruz grandstanded it shamelessly.”
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