Sen. Ted Cruz said Tuesday night’s primaries in his home state of Texas once again rejected the media storyline that Democrats are gaining strength there.
Cruz, who is up for Senate re-election, won the Republican Texas primary with over 1.3 million votes out of more than 1.5 million GOP votes cast. The Democratic front-runner, Rep. Beto O’Rourke, D-Texas, won his party’s primary with only 641,052 votes, out of just over 1 million votes cast for Democrats.
Before the vote, many in the media said Republicans were getting worried that this would be the year Texas would turn blue. But Cruz said he was never worried about that.
“That doesn’t quite fit the narrative that a lot of folks in the media want to tell, because every two years, every four years, Texas is always fixin’ to turn blue, but the nice value of it is, in Texas at least, there are a lot more conservatives than there are liberals,” Cruz told CNN.
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Psychological leftist ploys. Based on human behavior. It would take a long time to explain. But basically what is considered good, right, is the majority. So the idea is to lie and say something like the polls say 80% of th population want Trump gone. The idea being the majority can`t be wrong! But it`s all garbage! cause Hitler Germany was a majority! and they were all bad! and wrong! and not good!
Democrats still utilizing the same old tactics.
Liberal media keeps say ing democrats are motovated this year. Okay their hard core are but when regular people are asked if they want to go back to the economy of the Obama days or keep their new jobs and pay increases I’m betting they vote their jobs.