Ted Cruz is heated, and is blaming one person squarely for the losses suffered during the midterm elections.
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The leadership in the Republican senate and house chambers are under direct attack, and rightfully so. It is from failed leadership, and intentional sabotage that the midterms failed to bring more conservatives into the battle raging in Washington DC.
Daily Caller reports. On an episode of his podcast, Verdict with Ted Cruz, Cruz and co-host Ben Ferguson discussed the midterm elections and the GOP’s failure to regain the Senate. McConnell’s abandonment of Masters was “indefensible,” Cruz said, citing his frustration with McConnell.
Mitch McConnell has been taking heat since the minute the polls closed on election night.
Town Hall Reports. Following last Tuesday night’s midterm elections, Senate Republicans will decide in the next coming weeks whether GOP leader, Mitch McConnell (R-KY) will remain the top leader for the Republican Party.
McConnell has previously said that he wants to remain GOP leader, which would allow his top lieutenants, Sen. John Thune and Sen. John Barrasso, to remain in their positions.
Not all Republicans support the decision to keep McConnell in his position. Senator Josh Hawley said in an interview to Politico asking if he would re-elect McConnell. Hawley Stated. “I don’t imagine I will, no,” Hawley said, adding “I’m not sure if any other senator will run or not. Nobody’s indicated they would. But my view is that we need new leadership in that position.”
Donald Trump argued for Rick Scott to take the vaunted position stating “McConnell has been very bad for our nation,” Trump continued. “He has been very bad for the Republican Party. I would be in favor of somebody else — McConnell has done a very bad job,” Trump said, “I think Rick Scott is a likely candidate — he hates McConnell.”
Ted Cruz is 1000% correct when laying the blame firmly at the feet of the people who sabotaged races across the country. They did this in an attempt to lay the blame firmly at the feet of Donald Trump to undermine him for his 2024 presidential bid. Maybe McConnell and Mccarthy have some inside deal with the Democrats to regain some semblance of power, as long as they work together to stop the America first movement, and to sabotage Trump even more than they have already. Let’s all be like Ted Cruz and blame the establishment Republicans at every level for the races lost across the country, not just the federal races!
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