Senator Ted Cruz Destroys Obama and the Left for their Love Affair with Fidel Castro!

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Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) is rekindling his fan base with some powerful commentary on the left’s feckless fawning over dead Cuban strongman Fidel Castro. As President Obama and his counterparts in Canada, Ireland, India, Iran, and elsewhere fell all over themselves to eulogize the murderous despot, Senator Cruz stood up for truth and lambasted them all.

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In a powerful speech before the Senate Cruz excoriated President Obama and delivered a truth bomb that everyone should hear.

“Today we are thankful that [Fidel Castro] … is no longer with us. He has departed for warmer climes”…

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“A dictator is dead, but his dark, repressive legacy will not automatically follow him to the grave…

This ought to be a moment where Cubans are dancing in the street, but if you dance in the street right now, you’d be jailed”…

“People like Castro “not these sexy, unshaven revolutionaries on posters in college dorm rooms that make leftists go all tingly inside… They were brutal monsters, and we should always remember their victims.”

— Ted Cruz on Castro’s Death

 

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