South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, always known for his candor, said it best.
“If you killed Ted Cruz on the floor of the Senate, and the trial was in the Senate, nobody would convict you.”
Cruz has made a career out of being one of the most underhanded and hated men in politics. He’s universally despised in the Senate – and not just by his colleagues on the Democratic side of the aisle.
During his address at last night’s Republican National Convention, Cruz once again proved why. He cemented his legacy as a bottom-feeder – a belly-crawling snake without equal.
GOP nominee Donald Trump’s biggest mistake during this 2016 election season may have been allowing Cruz to speak at the RNC – a concession to a Republican Party calling for unity.
And while Trump acted with class and took the high road, Cruz did what he does best. He stabbed Trump in the back.
Cruz was met with loud boos (and a near-riot) for failing to endorse Trump, or to really mention him by name. And he told Republicans to simply vote their conscience, which was a clear nod to some of the language used by the “Dump Trump” movement.
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