It was just a matter of time before somebody started checking to see if Texas Senatorite Ted Cruz was communist counting before he ran for the senate or if he’s just a witch hunter of convenience.
Sure ’nuff. He’s been counting communists for a spell.
Two and a half years ago, Cruz gave a stem-winder of a speech at a Fourth of July weekend political rally in Austin, Texas, in which he accused the Harvard Law School of harboring a dozen Communists on its faculty when he studied there. Cruz attended Harvard Law School from 1992 until 1995. His spokeswoman didn’t respond to a request to discuss the speech.
They went out and interviewed even the most rightwing Harvard facility members during Cruz’s tenure there and – yeah, of course – none of them saw communists at Harvard Law School. Think about it: if you are a communist, why would you be teaching law? I mean, that ain’t exactly the ethos of communism.
Now, remember what happened in 1992? Bill Clinton walloped George Bush for the Presidency, and that’s when the country started becoming communist. And since Bill Clinton went to Georgetown Law school and that’s kinda close to Harvard geographically speaking, it just makes sense that some of that communism seeped over across the river.
I will admit that other states have crazy people in them, but, y’all listen to me, Texas is way over our quota.