Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas Liz Lynch/Getty Images Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Tex., called a journalist a "propagandist" on Wednesday before storming off from an interview about gun violence in the wake of a school shooting in Uvalde, Texas that left nineteen children and two adults dead.
US senator refused to blame gun laws and instead called for increased security at schools Social media is in uproar after US senator Ted Cruz blamed unlocked doors rather than guns for the Uvalde school massacre. The Republican called for increased security, including hiring armed police officers, as a precaution following the killing of 19 children and two teachers in Texas, and refused to blame US gun laws during an interview with FoxNews.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz has called Beto O'Rourke's actions "disgusting" after the Democrat interrupted Greg Abbott's press conference on the mass shooting at a school in Uvalde to criticize the governor for doing "nothing" to prevent such tragedies occurring. Speaking to Fox News' Jesse Watters Primetime, Cruz condemned O'Rourke for trying to turn the press conference about the shooting in Robb Elementary School (which left 19 children and two adults dead) into a "political rally."
Former President Donald Trump said Wednesday he'll still speak at the National Rifle Association's annual meeting in Texas on Friday, days after a mass shooting at an elementary school in the state left at least 19 students and two teachers dead. In a post on his social media platform, Truth Social, Trump said he would be keeping his "longtime commitment" to speak at the event in Houston because the country needs "real solutions and real leadership in this moment."
Ted Cruz is one of NRA's favorite Senators Democrat Representative Ruben Gallego called out Senator Ted Cruz for opposing legislature aimed to protect people and children. Gallego called Cruz a "f*cking baby killer" in his Twitter feed. On Tuesday, an armed teenager killed 19 children and two adults in the last school shooting that happened in Uvalde, Texas.
Texas elementary school shooting updates — Greg Abbott and Ted Cruz to speak at NRA convention 2022 after Uvalde attack
What happened at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas?Who was Texas school shooter Salvador Ramos?Where is Joe Biden today?Who is Texas Governor Greg Abbott? THE National Rifle Association's annual convention is still scheduled to continue this weekend in Houston days after 19 students and two teachers were killed at an elementary school shooting in Uvalde, Texas.
Greg Abbott, Ted Cruz, and other Texas authorities will hold press conference on Uvalde shooting this afternoon
A presser at 1:30pm EST will give ‘an update on the state’s coordinated response on the Robb Elementary School shooting,’ Mr Abbott’s office says Governor Greg Abbott and other Texas authorities will hold a press conference this afternoon on the school shooting in Uvalde, Mr Abbott’s office has announced.
F*** you NRA': Democratic Rep. Ruben Gallego calls Ted Cruz a 'baby killer' and tells Republicans 'f*** your prayers' in profane rant after Texas massacre as members of GOP calls for teachers to be armed
Ted Cruz was criticized for saying he was praying for the city of Uvalde while having a track record of opposing legislation intended to curb gun violence At least 19 children and two teachers were shot dead at an elementary school Cruz is set to speak at an NRA event on Friday, less than 72 hours after the shooting, alongside Donald Trump, Dan Crawshaw and other Republicans
Video re-emerges of Ted Cruz grinning as he fries bacon on same gun model used by Texas school shooter
Texas senator has been condemned for tweet ‘lifting up in prayer’ the 19 children killed at school in Uvalde Ted Cruz fries bacon on an AR-15 As Ted Cruz faces criticism for his response to the mass shooting that left 19 children and 2 adults dead in Uvalde, Texas, a video has re-emerged showing the Republican senator frying and eating bacon on the same type of gun apparently used by the shooter.
Trump CONFIRMS he will attend the NRA convention in Houston on Friday after the Uvalde massacre and says we 'need real solutions and real leadership, not politicians and partisanship'
The former president is headlining the National Rifle Association's annual meeting in Houston, Texas on Friday - his sixth appearance at the event Houston is less than 300 miles away from Uvalde, where a gunman opened fire in an elementary school and killed at least 19 children and two teachers
Donald Trump is still scheduled to speak at an NRA meeting in Houston, Texas, just days after a mass shooting in the state left 19 children and two adults dead. The former president is set to join fellow Republicans, including Texas Governor Greg Abbott, Senator Ted Cruz, and Congressman Dan Crenshaw, at the annual NRA Institute for Legislative Action Leadership Forum over the weekend.
Ted Cruz sparks fury among Dems after warning lawmakers will try to 'advance their own political agenda' by calling for gun controls after Robb Elementary School massacre
Ted Cruz came under fire for saying he was praying for the city of Uvalde At least 19 children and two teachers were shot dead at the elementary school Cruz has a track record of opposing legislation intended to curb gun violence He is set to speak at an NRA event on Friday, less than 72 hours after the shooting, alongside Donald Trump, Dan Crawshaw and other Republicans
Texas governor and Texas senator are sponsored by gun lobbists Senator Ted Cruz and Governor Greg Abbott have a public meeting with the National Rifle Association in Houston. Almost three days after 18 kids were massacred in Uvalde, Texas, the NRA previously scheduled a meeting with former President Donald Trump, Abbott, and multiple lawmakers from Texas.
'There simply has to be change! HAS TO BE!!' LeBron James leads celebrity anger as 14 elementary school children and a teacher are shot dead in Texas by gunman, 18
NBA superstar LeBron James led the calls for change in the wake of the Robb Elementary School shooting in Texas that left 18 children and a teacher dead The suspect, identified as 18-year-old high schooler Salvador Ramos, is also dead Hillary Clinton joined in the calls for change saying: 'We simply need legislators willing to stop the scourge of gun violence in America that is murdering our children
Ted Cruz doesn't understand Pete Davidson's success with so many women. Look, a lot has been said about Davidson's dating life but, just in case you needed another hot take from someone who doesn't know the SNL star, here comes Cruz. Cruz, who, like a lot of people these days, has his own podcast, decided it was the perfect platform to roast the King of Staten Island star.