Ted Cruz suggests he won't give up holiday plans as Texas processes dead bodies - Business Insider

Ted Cruz suggests he won't give up Thanksgiving plans as his home state of Texas sends in the National Guard to process dead bodies

11/22/2020 11:06:00 PM

Ted Cruz suggests he won't give up Thanksgiving plans as his home state of Texas sends in the National Guard to process dead bodies

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His concerns are backed up by theCenters for Disease Control and Prevention, which is urging Americans to make alternative Thanksgiving plans like hosting a virtual gathering or delaying travels.  Cruz has previously skirted safety measures against the spread of the coronavirus, such as wearing a mask. He was

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on a flight in July. More recently, Cruz mocked a Senate colleague for asking another colleague to. Sen. Sherrod Brown of Ohio asked Sen. Dan Sullivan to put on a face covering on the Senate floor last week. "This is idiotic. @SherrodBrown is being a complete ass," Cruz tweeted in response.

—Ted Cruz (@tedcruz)November 17, 2020Health officials and the CDC have for months been urging people to follow protective measures such as mask-wearing and practicing social distancing to limit the spread of the virus.The disease has infected more than 12.1 million people in the United States, according to the latest data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. Of that, more than 256,000 Americans have died from it. The United States is the country that leads with both the most coronavirus cases and deaths.

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When he's having his dead turkey think about all the dead he's eaten gobble gobble Just like the first thanksgiving. Selfish boneheads spreading disease. We’ve come full circle. Let him get infected and learn a lesson! Millions of dead babies each year by “PPFA” Well, instead of serving dinner to needy, Señor Cruz can work on the night shift settling the dead Texans into their eternal resting grounds...

darwin chuckles quietly to himself Turd Cruz isn't exactly a good person. Remind me: When did you report on GavinNewsom's flouting restaurant rules? Something is seriously wrong with this guy . oh when he contracts the virus....... Respectfully, TX is a putz. Guaranteed, he's serving green eggs and ham...Sam I am.

Well this is just awkward. Good for him. Big government doesn't decide on what rights we have as humans. These Repubs are basically a death cult. That ain't no suggestion, that is a call to arms, borderline 1st Amendment violation.