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WATCH – Ted Cruz DEFENDS Jeff Sessions, DESTROYS Democrats In Viral Video

Ted Cruz has become an amazingly strong ally for Donald Trump after he made peace with the attacks that happened during the primary race.

Today, during Jeff Sessions’ hearing for Attorney General, Cruz once against stepped up and shamed every Democrat on the committee, calling them all out for their neglect to question any of the illegal or immoral acts by the Obama administration…

Operation Choke Point, Sanctuary City funding, refusal to enforce immigration laws, pardoning criminals, and ransom payments… these are but a few of the things Cruz called them all out on.

As I sat and listened to Cruz’s testimony, it only solidified the fact that We the People made the right decision in electing Trump as our president.

For far too long, our politicians have walked party lines and ignored the will of the people.

Had any of the things Cruz mentioned been done by a Republican, every one of those politicians that sat on their hands would have climbed on a soap box and chirped to anyone who would listen to them.

I have to give Cruz credit for he is one of the few politicians who actually learned a lesson from this past election. He realizes we want change, and he is doing everything he can do make that happen.

He is doing this at the risk of putting himself out of a job too! However, he is also setting himself up for a huge run in 2024 to be president of the United States. Cruz was a bit too far right for most voters this time around. He did have a following, but the battles he had with Trump deeply hurt him when push came to shove.

While his supporters will remain loyal, if he is to have a legitimate run during the next election, he knows he needs to win over Trump supporters, or he will go down in flames again.

If he keeps this up, he will have no problem winning over enough supporters to make him the next resident on Pennsylvania Avenue after Trump wraps up his eight years.

What did you think of Cruz going off on the Dems? Please share this story on Facebook and tell us what you think because we want to hear YOUR voice!

Source: Angrypatriotmovement

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  1. Anna Newell

    January 11, 2017 at 7:29 pm

    Why does facebook put all the pork adds on every breaking news for conservatives ? Could it be you really hate hand ate doing your best to annoy us. Do you think conservatives don’t believe in sex? Wrong God made it and it is good. You simply don’t appreciate it the way we do. Too bad really sad you use these people for the wrong reason giant breast and penis will only get your poor souls disturbed. Facebook you are really the user.

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