There are 15 things that can’t be said in America these days, and Ted Cruz just said them. The Conservative Senator from Texas was on fire when he took the stage at the Faith & Freedom conference. Some would say he “prayed like a Roman with his eyes on fire.” There’s no doubt, he came on stage and TESTIFIED. “I’m going to commit a radical act: I’m going to speak the truth,” he began. And speak the Truth he did.
America isn’t a dirty word
As soon as he was introduced, Senator Ted Cruz got right down to business. He smiled at the conservative Christian audience and knew he was right at home. “I’m going to commit a radical act,” he declared. “I’m going to speak the truth.”
With no further delay he started listing all the deplorable things which will get you hauled off to FEMA camp for saying out loud.
“America is great.”
“Christopher Columbus discovering America was a good thing.”
“George Washington was an American hero.”
“Thomas Jefferson was an American hero.”
“Abraham Lincoln was an American hero.”
“Our Founding Fathers were extraordinary patriots.”
“America has been a force for good in the world.”
“We should stand for our National Anthem.”
“Police officers keep us safe.”
“Marriage is a holy covenant before God.”
“An unborn child is a child.”
“Children do best when they are raised by a mother and a father.”
“Israel is our friend.”
“The Wuhan virus came from Wuhan.”
“And, there is a difference between boys and girls.”
The dramatic effect on America was tremendous. Simply saying these obvious simple truths underscores the fact that in years gone by, “those statements would have been uncontroversial. Now, they can get you disappeared or suicided.
Even to the most dimwitted
Senator Cruz invited the gathered conservatives to “pause and think for a second that, just a few years ago, every one of those statements would have been utterly uncontroversial and blazingly obvious – even to the most dimwitted among us.”
He’s totally right and every deplorable conservative in America knows it. But, we’re stuck with Joe Biden on his throne at the Imperial Palace. Today, “we are at a moment where saying those words can get you canceled. Saying those words can get you fired. Saying those words can get you erased.”
Ted Cruz made it crystal clear that he has only two messages and he’s going to keep hammering them over and over. “Number one, we need to defend America. And, number two, a word of optimism: revival is coming.” After the dramatic entrance he continued to rouse the crowd over the nonsense called “critical race theory.”
He compared the liberal dogma to the Ku Klux Klan, noting the indoctrination is “every bit as racist” as any White supremacist hate group. “Critical race theory says every White person is a racist.” Every single one. They have no choice.
“Critical race theory says America’s fundamentally racist and irredeemably racist. Critical race theory seeks to turn us against each other and if someone has a different color skin, seeks to make us hate that person.” There was a time back in the 70’s when Mel Brooks and Norman Lear had America laughing away our differences when we saw how absurd the ignorance was.
Liberal Democrats soon learned that they really want Blacks to stay on the plantation and the only way they can do that is by magnifying the race problem and creating tensions if they have too. Cruz isn’t buying it. “Let me tell you right now, critical race theory is bigoted, it is a lie and it is every bit as racist as the Klansmen in white sheets.”