Who Let Ted Cruz Have a Podcast? Might be worth getting rid of every podcast in existence just to get rid of Ted Cruz’s disgustingly smug version of “Listen to Me More,” aka “The Verdict.” While everyone knows the likelihood of prosecution is high (based on the fact that Trump is keeping top-secret SCI files on his Mar-a-Lago desk and trying to overthrow the government), Cruz says the special counsel stuff is nothing more than trivial Revenge because the scumbag Republicans won’t let Garland appear on SCOTUS.
Cruz goes so far, it’s a comedy, especially given what we’ve just been through:
“Merrick Garland is the most corrupt attorney general we’ve ever seen In terms of willingness to corrupt the DOJ and FBI and use them as political weapons. In fact, his response — Donald Trump announcing his run for president, well, ‘I’m appointing a special prosecutor and we’re going to prosecute you. ‘ That’s politics. This is not justice.
Why don’t you wait and see, A) whether Trump is indicted, B) the charges in the indictment, and C) the evidence presented?
Cruz’s partner, Ben Ferguson, then proved he could read minds:
“I went back to Garland, you mentioned this to me the other day, but I think it’s worth revisiting – Garland is The guy who’s very upset because he truly believes he should be on the Supreme Court by now.“
When Ferguson moved on, Cruz actually fired back, calling Garland a psychopath, but Cruz just disagreed because he wanted to shoot a little higher:
I’m going to press you a little bit. I wouldn’t use words like psychopath. I Think of it as a combination of things. I don’t know Merrick Garland – I’ve met him a few times, but I don’t know him very well personally. I think he is a weak man. i think he is Unwilling to confront partisan hackers at the White House. “
Those who declined to comment on any part of the case and who Garland said had no role in the matter (nor did Garland at this point).
“I think the White House is corrupt — the fish rots from the ground up. Biden’s White House is fundamentally corrupt. But I do think Merrick Garland is different Eric Holder or Loretta Lynch They are staunchly partisan. “
The garlands are white.
“I actually think Garland defended what he did. I think he believed he wasn’t partisan. I think he drank so many Kool-Aids that he was a very self righteous person.”
Making a neutral judgment by pushing the case to someone else? By decision or even without a decision? Do any of these people understand what they’re talking about, or are they just throwing out words that sound good?
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