Saturday, March 12, 2016

Ted Cruz Loses Big Endorsement Over Comments On Donald Trump And Chicago Riots

Ted Cruz lost a major endorsement today over his comments on the riots in Chicago that cancelled Donald Trump's rally in that city.   Cruz,  John Kasich and Marco Rubio all blamed Trump for the violence in Chicago.

Today conservative leader, speaker and 2nd amendment advocate, Jan Morgan pulled her endorsement of Ted Cruz and basically call him a con-artist when she said that she was angry at herself for falling for his act.

Here is her official statement:

 I have officially withdrawn my endorsement and support for Ted Cruz.
 His decision to blame Trump for the actions of liberal lunatic protestors in Chicago is unconscionable. He should have used this opportunity to take a stand for free speech.

Instead, he sides with the protestors and lies about Trump saying he encourages violence. (never mind the fact that his own right hand campaign buddy, Glenn Beck was investigated by Secret Service for joking on air about repeatedly stabbing Trump) (thats different of course) This is the most outrageous and desperate thing I have seen a candidate do in this race. I have made a grave mistake by misreading this man and his character. This was the final straw in a week of issues I have had with Cruz and his decisions. Donald Trump will win this nomination in spite of the establishment GOP, in spite of their new boy, Cruz, their old boy, Romney... And, I predict if the GOP establishment tries to jack with the people's choice, Trump will pull out, run 3rd party, and will still win the general election. Call me enraged tonight.

I can not believe I fell for this act.


  1. Thank You for your honesty. I fell for him earlier, but the more I read up on him, the more I saw his 'holier than thou' act and the more I found out about his wife cinched it for me. THIS latest attack on Trump revealed his true nature.

  2. Happy Jan Morgan has "seen the light" and was willing to swallow some pride and admit she was duped instead of finding all sorts of ways to try and defend the indefensible.

  3. Under H.R. 347, which has more commonly been labeled the Trespass Bill by Congress, knowingly entering a restricted area that is under the jurisdiction of Secret Service protection can garner an arrest. The law is actually only a slight change to earlier legislation that made it an offense to knowingly and willfully commit such a crime. Under the Trespass Bill’s latest language chance, however, someone could end up in law enforcement custody for entering an area that they don’t realize is Secret Service protected and “engages in disorderly or disruptive conduct” or “impede[s] or disrupt[s] the orderly conduct of Government business or official functions.Trump Is under the protection of the Secrete Service as a Persidental canidate.

  4. Thank you. I was of the same mindset until about 2 minths ago. Cruz is a liar.