It’s safe to say that Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) is one of the most pathetic excuses of a legislator in the entire Congress. All he does is try to get headlines and attention when he’s not posting crap on Twitter which almost always bites him right on the butt.
Cruz is backing David McCormick in the Pennsylvania U.S. Senate race. Failed, one-term, twice-impeached former President Donald Trump, on the other hand, has endorsed Dr. Mehmet Oz.
During a campaign appearance for McCormick, Cruz mocked people who suck up to Trump just so they can get his blessing:
Just once, I’d love to see a Republican candidate stand up in a primary and say, “I am a moderate, establishment squish. I stand for absolutely nothing.” It would be refreshingly honest at least. But nobody says that.
And by the way, they all pledge their love for Donald Trump. “I love Donald Trump.” “No, no. I love Donald Trump more.” “No, no, I have Donald Trump tattooed on my rear end.”
Of course, anyone who knows anything about Cruz knows that he too has sucked up to Trump on numerous occasions. For example:
Cruz called Trump a “sniveling coward,” a “pathological liar” and “utterly amoral,” and infuriated Republicans when he declined to endorse the nominee at the 2016 Republican National Convention.
Four years later, one of the nastiest rivalries in recent memory — a brawl both personal and political — has given way to a mutually beneficial partnership forged in the crucible of impeachment.
Working inside the Senate and out, Cruz (R-Tex.) played a unique role in securing President Trump’s swift acquittal at the third-ever presidential impeachment trial — simultaneously serving as legal strategist, jury consultant, messaging guru, broadcast surrogate and, unexpectedly, a breakout podcasting star.
Cruz is a gutless coward, a hypocrite, and a weasel. As people quickly reminded him when the video of his remarks hit Twitter on Friday evening: