Ted Cruz’s ‘Brazen Gaslighting’ Message Backfires Spectacularly On Twitter
But given his own history, it didn’t go well.
“Congressman Banks, you voted against that package, against that $350 billion, just like every other Republican in the House and Senate,” Wallace said. “So, can’t you make the argument that it’s you and the Republicans who are defunding the police?”
Cruz also voted against the bill.
How convenient for you to finally remember this word. Now do “traitor” and “coward”.
— Jonathan Goldman (@akjakalope) June 28, 2021
Republicans voted against the $350 Million Biden proposed to fund the police. I’d call that defunding.
— 𝕊𝕦𝕟𝕕𝕒𝕖 𝔾𝕦𝕣𝕝 (@SundaeRedux) June 28, 2021
Gaslighting is pretending you just had to go to Cancun when there was a major state of emergency, then pretending you were always coming right back.
— pjeanne (@p_jeanne97) June 28, 2021
I’ll take “Things I’ll tweet to avoid talking about my vote against helping the American people” for $1000. https://t.co/l3F0sDUkYt
— David Weaver (@DavidDavidweave) June 28, 2021
Ted CruzChev, modern day Insurrection Supporter & known liar, cries foul. Ted enabled an attempted coup against The United States and should never be allowed to live it down. https://t.co/T7B1EJF8Rl
— It’s the Constitution, Stupid! (@m_hostage) June 29, 2021
Don’t knock gaslighting Ted. As a Texan it might be the only light you will have this winter.
— Stephen *Wear a Mask* Murphy💚💙 (@stevemur67) June 28, 2021