Ted Cruz Gets His Election Predictions Thrown Back In His Face

Sen. Ted Cruz took a stab at forecasting the presidential election in July, and ended up wrong on so many levels, people noticed on Twitter Monday. In the clip reposted Sunday, the Texas Republican said he didn’t think President-elect Joe Biden would win, but if he did, “I’ll guarantee you the week after the election suddenly all those Democratic governors, all those Democratic mayors will say everything’s magically better. Go back to work. Go back to school. Suddenly the problems are solved.” \I guarantee you…\” pic.twitter.com/HRjKjtrziV— Bad COVID-19 Takes (@BadCOVID19Takes) 十一月 23, 2020 Twitter reminded Cruz that nothing is better ― coronavirus is surging almost everywhere in the country and has now infected more than 12.3 million in the U.S. and killed at least 256,000. Democratic and Republican governors alike are instituting tighter COVID-19 safety restrictions repeatedly dismissed by lame-duck President Donald Trump and the GOP. Biden won the election, and Trump is trying to make Democracy magically disappear by baselessly claiming victory was stolen from him. A soothsayer you aren’t, Ted. Well, Ted, I want to see you eat some crow!!!!! Will you do that for us????— Jeri Mallory (@MalloryJeri) 十一月 23, 2020 With people dying from COVID at record numbers, I sincerely hope Texas voters note his response to this crisis because this is pathetic.— Dave (@opusworks) 十一月 23, 2020 Well, that aged well…..— Adrian Galli (@adriangalli) 十一月 23, 2020 That’s a lot of refined bullpucky! pic.twitter.com/mkiHqwROXQ— egopotato (@cyberpygmy) 十一月 23, 2020 Mr. Know It All—Wrong— Martin Moran (@MartinM62215014) 十一月 23, 2020 @tedcruz knows a lot about what’s wrong and cynical— That Fuzzy Bastard (@thefuzzybastard) 十一月 23, 2020 I wonder it it hurts to consistently be this wrong. @tedcruz— Ramon A Palacios (@tweetlacios) 十一月 23, 2020 每个人都应该得到有关COVID-19的准确信息. 通过今天成为HuffPost会员,支持无付费壁垒的新闻业-并使每个人都免费. A HuffPost Guide To Coronavirus Here’s the latest science on COVID antibodies. How does the coronavirus spread differently than the flu? What does the new CDC definition of a COVID-19 “close contact” mean for you? Is it safe to see grandparents for the holidays? Therapists predict how this year will shape our mental health.




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