Ted Cruz joined Michael Knowles on ‘The Verdict’ to talk about, among other things, just how badly Biden’s speech sucked.
He’s speaking about it from a place of some authority, after all. He went viral for falling asleep in the room where it happened.
That fit nicely with the ‘boring but radical’ label Ted has been describing the current administration with.
Masks were being worn in Congress, naturally, because Nancy sets the rules to the House, and will punish people for NOT wearing them, just like she does for anyone not passing through the metal detector.
After showing up to deliver that speech, Joe did what Ted Cruz described as the possibly the most Beta moment for a US President in history.
“…and there was a little moment at the beginning of the speech. I don’t know if you saw, when Biden goes up there, he walks up in his mask because of course he does. And then he turns and looks to Nancy Pelosi and asks permission before he removes his mask. It may have been the most beta moment for a U.S. President in history and it was just pitiful…”
(That was right around the 10 minute time stamp)
What else did they cover? A look at how radical his policies are, and how his benign blandness serves as a cover for the real radical thrust of it. We get to hear about the trolling of Biden with a space blanket, and which Republican got bent out of shape over it.
He talked about fake bipartisanship, and vaccines, and Pelosi’s power-plays, and a few other similar topics.
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