Ted Cruz Just Summed Up Sleepy Joe In Three Words!


Ted Cruz is one of those people that really knows his stuff when it comes to the way he can gauge a person’s character.

You don’t get to be a Senator without having some kind of ability to do that.

That being said, he has seen enough of Joe Biden during his time in the Senate to know exactly what type of person that he is. Joe Biden folks, is one of those people that is dangerous because he seems so innocent. All of the gee whiz in his voice makes people think he is this kindly old man, eager to help.

At the end of the day, he is more of a maniac than people think. The best evil geniuses don’t seem like they are at first look.

Ask a conservative to picture a radical Democrat and you’ll come up with a range of  characters.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez types. Bernie Sanders-style socialists. Campus leftists. Unreconstructed 1960s Students for a Democratic Society types.

But what if it were just a boring guy with hair plugs, a penchant for forgetting people’s names and a seat behind the presidential desk?

If you don’t think that way about Joe Biden — harmless, sleepy, unity-spouting President Joe Biden — Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has three words that perfectly sum up both Biden’s presidency so far and why it’s so dangerous: “Boring but radical.”

Cruz made the remarks in an interview last week with Breitbart News in which he pointed out the president’s radical nominees in key areas that affect China policy, abortion and COVID-19.

On China, Cruz noted two key nominees with questionable records on Beijing: U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield and Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo.

In Thomas-Greenfield’s case, Cruz voted against her confirmation, in part because, as he said in a statement, her “record shows a pattern of apologizing for China, praising their Belt and Road Initiative, failing to call out their human rights atrocities and political oppression, and downplaying the risk China poses to the security and safety of the American people.” She was confirmed by the Senate by a vote of 78-20 in February.

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