By: D. Kennedy
Sen. Ted Cruz talked on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures” to talk about why more politicians and people should allow the legal process on election lawsuits to move forward. He urged President Trump that now is not the time to concede, especially in several key battleground states.
There have been many counties where Trump votes were counted as Joe Biden votes. Some ballots were marked with the wrong information, while others were dumped. The Democrat-ran cities were full of fraudulent activity.
“I believe President Trump still has a path to victory, and that path is to count every single legal vote that was cast, but also not to count any votes that were fraudulently cast or illegally cast, and we have a legal process to determine what’s legal and what isn’t,” Sen. Cruz said.
Other politicians have taken the time to lash out at President Trump for investigating these claims of voter fraud. Journalist and television news anchor Chris Wallace insulted Sen. Ted Cruz for defending the President and compared him to a Japanese soldier who comes out of the jungle 30 years after the end of the war and asks if the fight is still going on. He said that “Republicans have a role to play in pursuing legal options but damping down the rhetoric.”
Sen. Cruz then tweeted about Chris Wallace and his debate performance as the moderator for the first presidential debate between Joe Biden and President Trump. Wallace had blatantly teamed up with Joe Biden, presidential democratic nominee, to attack President Trump and twist his words on the debate stage.
“Chris Wallace, who beclowned himself with a shamefully biased debate performance—universally panned—continues to demonstrate his rank partisanship. Urging that we follow the law & that election recounts be actually completed is not somehow undermining democracy,” Sen, Cruz wrote.
The transparency of this election has changed everything in how we see the Democratic Party and what counts as a “vote.” The Republican politicians better be getting ready to fight back harder. The Dems play dirty, but that doesn’t mean they win.