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Did Ted Cruz Really “Sign Up for It?”

It seems as though liberals have a new target for unfounded arguments, seeing as Teflon Trump has weathered everything they could throw at him. Texas Senator Ted Cruz is the new bullseye. For some reason, Democrats believe that his position may be in jeopardy during the midterms, and they are throwing everything at the wall to see what sticks.

The fact that Ted Cruz recently stuck up for police officers during the unfortunate mistake that occurred recently in Dallas is somehow creating problems in Democrat circles. These are the same Democrats who would be the first to call the police on anyone if they found someone in their homes. How can you maintain a peaceful society if you do not support the people who keep the peace? Democrats have yet to answer this question.

No, the question that Democrats are trying to answer is what Ted Cruz “signed up for.” With non sequiturs and strawman arguments, Democrats are trying to find any weakness that they can pin on Ted Cruz to ensure that he does not return to his position on Capitol Hill next year.

Part of upholding the Cruz legacy is understanding bogus arguments when they come up. You cannot be distracted by any arguments from the other side of the aisle, especially when they have nothing to do with you.

Did the senator really “sign up” for the treatment he receive at a DC restaurant last week? Make your own decision by watching the video below.

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