BINGO! Cruz Takes His Former Law Professor to School Over Abortion, And He Crushed It

Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz once said Texas Senator Ted Cruz (R) was the most brilliant student he ever taught.

Fellow Harvard Law professor Lawrence Tribe would probably disagree.

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On Monday, Cruz took Tribe to school.

His egregious tweet:

White Supremacists oppose abortion because they fear it’ll reduce the number of white infants and thus contribute to what they fear as non-white “replacement.” Never underestimate the way these issues and agendas are linked. This turns “intersectionality” on its head.

Cruz’s perfect, fact-based response:

1/2 My old con law prof, sadly, being deeply deceptive. Abortion targets in particular minority women. More than 1/2 of African-American babies, tragically, are aborted. Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood, was a vehement advocate of eugenics. https://tinyurl.com/yyju9woe

2/2 Here’s one particularly nasty quote from Margaret Sanger (1939): “We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.”

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Yes, PLEASE read full context. In 1926, Sanger spoke at a KKK rally in NJ. Her publications include: “Some Moral Aspects of Eugenics” (Jun 1920); “The Purpose of Eugenics” (Dec 1924); “Birth Control & Positive Eugenics” (July 1925) & “Birth Control: The True Eugenics” (Aug 1928).

This particular photo is an Internet fabrication. What is TRUE is that in 1926 Sanger addressed the Women’s Auxiliary of the KKK in Silver Lake, NJ (as she admits in her autobiography). Also, I’m pretty sure that guy in the front row is the guy from Ralph Northam’s yearbook….

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2020 Democrat presidential candidate Cory Booker learned the hard way that he’s not going to win an argument with Cruz.

The New Jersey liberal applied a highly unconstitutional religious test during a judicial nominee’s confirmation hearing.

Cruz pounced.

From PJ Media:

Booker seized on Rao’s 2008 article opposing the Supreme Court decision Lawrence v. Texas, which decriminalized homosexual activity. He then directly asked her, “Are gay relationships in your opinion immoral?”

Rao: “I am not sure the relevance of that.

Booker: “Do you think gay relationships are immoral?

Rao: “I do not.

Booker: “Do you believe they are a sin?

Rao: “My personal views on any of these subjects are things I would put to one side.

Booker: “So you’re not willing to say whether you believe it is sinful for a man — for two men — to be married?

Rao: “No.

Booker: “Excuse me?

Rao: “My response is that these personal views are ones that I would put to one side. Whatever my personal views are on the subject, I would faithfully follow the precedent of the Supreme Court.

Enter Cruz:

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Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) slammed Booker for his line of questioning, arguing that questions about what is sinful should be utterly off-limits in confirmation hearings. He cited the Constitution’s ban on a religious test for public office, and declared, “I don’t believe this is a theological court of inquisition.”

Cruz: “The Senate Judiciary Committee should not be a theater for twisting nominees’ records or views, nor should it be an avenue for persecution. We have seen a growing pattern among Senate Democrats of hostility to religious faith. I was deeply troubled a few minutes ago to hear questioning of a nominee asking your personal views on what is sinful. In my view that has no business in this committee.

Cruz: “We have also seen Senate Democrats attack what they’ve characterized as religious dogma. We have seen Senate Democrats attack nominees for their own personal views on salvation. Article Six of the Constitution says there should be no religious test for any public office.

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Cruz for the win? Easily.