Last week, we all observed the riots that surrounded Donald Trump’s rally in downtown Chicago. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) had something to say about that. He laid a portion of the blame at the feet of the commander in chief of the Make America Great Again, campaign;

“... Any candidate is responsible for the culture of the campaign. And when you have a campaign that disrespects the voters, when you have a campaign that affirmatively encourages violence, when you have a campaign that’s facing allegations of physical violence against members of the press, you create an environment that only encourages this sort of nasty discord.”

Cruz, in speaking first, landed himself in the cross hairs of the NRA’s Jan Morgan.

“His decision to blame Trump for the violence and actions of paid, liberal thugs/protestors in Chicago is unconscionable. Ted Cruz should have used this opportunity to take a stand for free speech. Instead, he sides with the protestors and lies about Trump saying he encourages violence.”

She’s not happy. She goes on to say that she made a “grave mistake by misreading this man [Cruz] and his character.” Supposedly law enforcement is angered too, but the only example along those lines are a handful of tweets by a John Cardillo.

What a mess. Each, in their rush to be the first to speak publicly, missed the fact that Chicago had nothing to do with pro/anti-Trump folks. This was a riot, not a protest. This anarchist rioting was the work of George Soros’, Black Lives Matter, F**k Yo Flag, Occupy (Everything), Islamic Invasion (refugees), and domestic terrorist Bill Ayers out running his mouth.

This was a large scale demonstration of left-wing terrorism coalescing into one location and emblematic of the bigger problem we have on our hands—hatred of this country from within, ginned up by the powers that be in DC, their media puppets, and their pocket-lining special interest lobbyists, and domestic terrorist friends.

While Cruz, Cardillo and Morgan all look like fools, it is only Cruz that has skin in the game. Unfortunately for him, his rush to judgement made him look like his fellow candidates, Rubio and Kasich, who also blamed Trump—a Washington Insider.

This was not a step in the right direction for Ted Cruz. It will be interesting to see if he can recover.

Source: Mad World News


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