Ted Cruz’s speech was intentionally silenced last night at the Republican Gala in New York City, while Trump’s and Kasich’s speeches were broadcast in a normal, clear, perfect manner.
Cruz has a message that I personally would implement if I could suddenly become president, while the messages of Trump and Kasich may be persuasive but lack specificity as to what they would do and how they would do it if they were elected.
I and other people who want Cruz to be our next president have been bitch-slapped by the resentful “New York values” crowd who were likely responsible for the interruption, and I resent that they undermined Cruz’s important message.
I hope there is a price to pay for this elimination of Cruz’s ideas to save America, and if either Trump or Kasich were in on the trick, I’d rather see them in hell than vote for them. It’s enough to know that the Democrats would silence conservative Americans if they could, but to suspect that fellow Republicans did the evil deed is disgusting. Maybe this is part of what Megyn Kelley and Trump secretly discussed in Trump’s office a few days ago? Whatever the reason, it makes me fear even more for the future of America and the conservatism that is the only way of preserving our nation’s liberty and prosperity.