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Larry Wilmore compares Ted Cruz to the KKK

Professional morons, that is.

On last night’s “Nightly Show,” host Larry Wilmore hit a new low when he actually questioned Ted Cruz’s — er, well — “manhood” saying, “Do you know how small your d*ck has to be for you to do something like that?”

The “that” Wilmorewas referring to is an old video of Cruz frying up bacon on a machine gun:

But back to Wilmore, is this even funny? Maybe a few libs liked it, but it’s certainly not anything new:

What’s worse is that Wilmore also compared Ted Cruz to the KKK:

Transcript via Newsbusters:

He’s going to do everything the KKK does. That is his agenda. He falls in line with the KKK. Every single fucking thing that they do, hes doing to do. Absolutely. Hes and no global warming? Come on, son, really?

What an awful person Wilmore is.

Sen. Ted Cruz speaks out in support of Houston’s #StandWithPastors campain


Sen. Ted Cruz appeared Thursday night with Sean Hannity to draw some much needed media attention to the #StandWithPastors movement. What is Houston’s problem this time? As Breitbart Texas reports, Houston’s gender and sexual anti-discrimination ordinance, opposed by the pastors of hundreds of Houston churches, subpoenas their “constitutionally protected sermons and other communications.” As Cruz wrote on his website:

Religious liberty is the very first protection in the Bill of Rights, the foundation of all of our liberties. The City of Houston’s subpoenas demanding that pastors provide the government with copies of their sermons is both shocking and shameful. For far too long, the federal government has led an assault against religious liberty, and now, sadly, my hometown of Houston is joining the fight. This is wrong. It’s unbefitting of Texans, and it’s un-American. The government has no business asking pastors to turn over their sermons. These subpoenas are a grotesque abuse of power, and the officials who approved them should be held accountable by the people.

The #StandWithPastors hashtag has been adopted in opposition to Houston’s ordinance.

#StandWithPastors: http://t.co/wYHbnGzp5K pic.twitter.com/gmOZRz2PVd

— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) October 16, 2014

@tedcruz This gay man supports religious freedom's 100%, and I will always stand by Ted Cruz. Free us from the Tyranny of the majority!

— Wayne G. (@WayneTCG) October 16, 2014

@tedcruz Love love love the pic.

— RedBrightandTrue (@RedBrightandTru) October 16, 2014

@tedcruz that is unacceptable.

— Peggy Haugh (@jaxbchgirl521) October 16, 2014

@tedcruz @redrivergrl We Texans aint gonna let that Happen.

— Wont Stand Down (@Rowdman53) October 16, 2014

Houston we have a problem How dare they ask for pastors for their sermons that violates our freedom of speech & religion #StandWithPastors

— Hell on Heels (@SassyHeelsGirls) October 17, 2014

Houston Mayor attack on Houston Churches is eerie similar to what Hitler did in the '30s #StandWithPastors

— Blake Hall (@blakehalltexas) October 16, 2014

Every Pastor in Houston should hand @AnniseParker a Bible since thats where they get message prep. They aren't hiding! #StandWithPastors

— sandy (@tnacgal) October 16, 2014

@tedcruz #StandWithPastors I did not give up 20 yrs of my life to give up freedoms. This Mayor needs to be impeached pic.twitter.com/rg9x3eMgbV

— Lonny Anthony Wedell (@lonnyonline) October 16, 2014

If you support the 1st Amendment, #StandWithPastors If you hate the 1st Amendment, don't #StandWithPastors

— Mitch Behna (@MitchBehna) October 16, 2014

#StandWithPastors BREAKING NEWS! Subpoenaed Houston pastors all report that their hard drives crashed and there are no backups.

— J Perry (@jlperry_jr) October 16, 2014

I don't care @ a person's sexual orientation. Not my business. BUT I do care when someone tries 2 interfere w free speech #StandWithPastors

— landofstacy (@landofstacy) October 17, 2014

#StandWithPastors Houston pastors should turn over their sermons like Holder and the IRS does. pic.twitter.com/NBrtqTGBqH

— J Perry (@jlperry_jr) October 16, 2014

Sincerely praying for Houston. #StandWithPastors

— Alan Blake Cossey (@23blakerz) October 17, 2014

If we can't pray in schools, you can't come in our churches and take our sermons. #StandWithPastors

— aSm (@Annermeg) October 16, 2014

@tedcruz: Is Houston going to subpoena the agenda and prayers of the mosques? #StandWithPastors

— Missy Combs (@MissyCombs38) October 16, 2014

Because I'm a preachers daughter and it pisses me off the government thinks they can control churches. #StandWithPastors

— aSm (@Annermeg) October 16, 2014

The City of Houston has no power to silence the Church! Take a #StandWithPastors today: http://t.co/J6oLZ4j88b

— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) October 16, 2014

The only rights you have are the rights you fight to protect. #StandWithPastors

— Ty Coffey (@tycoffey) October 16, 2014




Ted Cruz slams Harry Reid over demonization of Koch brothers


John McCain wasn’t the only Republican fired up in the Senate Thursday evening over aid to Ukraine. Sen. Ted Cruz blasted Majority Leader Harry Reid for holding up a House aid bill as well as for repeatedly demonizing the Koch brothers on the Senate floor.


Cruz’s senior communications adviser, Amanda Carpenter, has the rundown.


Another YUGE day for Ted Cruz in Colorado

UPDATE: Cruz now at 21 delegates in Colorado:


Original post:

Ted Cruz continues to rack up delegates in Colorado with another clean sweep today, bringing his total in the state to 18:



Cruz can hit 21 tonight with the remaining delegates to be chosen at the state convention on Saturday:


Cruz needs 19 bound delegates to officially win the state, which he should get by tomorrow:


More from Newsweek on the process underway:

Colorados process of choosing delegates, who will attend the summer convention, began two months ago at the precinct and county levels. The final slate of delegates will be determined Friday at congressional district meetings and on Saturday at the state convention.

Colorado offers the Republicans 37 delegates, and 19 bounddelegates are needed to claim victory in the Centennial State. The breakdown is as follows: Republicans award three delegates to each of the seven congressional districts and another 13 at the state convention. The three remaining delegates are unbound party leaders.

Team Trump has been having a rough go of it so far, including reports of delegates not even completing the paperwork to get on the ballot:





Trump’s new director in Colorado, Patrick Davis, is hoping for a better day tomorrow:


But it’s not looking good:



Editor’s note: This post has been updated.

Pastor who prayed with Ted Cruz at rally shot in church parking lot today

Tim Remington, a well-known pastor fromCoeur dAlene, Idaho, was reportedly shot 6 times in the parking lot of his church earlier this afternoon. According to local media accounts, he’s listed in critical condition and the shooter is still at large:

Remington had prayed with Ted Cruz at a rally when Cruz visited Idaho on Saturday:

In addition to Remington’s work as a pastor, he also ran the Good Samaritan drug and alcohol rehab program:

We’ll update this post as soon as we hear more.


Update: Suspect has been identified:

Poll names Ted Cruz world’s 3rd most influential person


According to the participants in a recent Rasmussen Reports survey, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is the world’s third most influential person, behind the Pope and President Obama.







Who knows whether Cruz is the third most influential person? One thing is for sure; he makes the Left nervous.




New polling out of Iowa suggests a method to the Ted Cruz birther madness

A new poll out from Public Policy Polling suggests that Ted Cruz’s Canadian birth might be a problem for the candidate on caucus day with 47% of Iowa Republicans saying someone who is born outside of the U.S. shouldn’t be allowed to run for president:


Could this be one explanations for why Cruz is in “free fall” in Iowa? Cruz’s lead is down to 0.5% in the Real Clear Politics poll average:

Questioning if Cruz is a “natural born” citizen and thus able to serve as president has become a staple in GOP frontrunner Donald Trump’s stump speech:

Candidates Rand Paul and Carly Fiorina have played the birther card of late, too:

And this is actually a good point:

Maybe this will be the year to finally settle it?

Chuck Todd embarrasses self during last night’s debate?

One of the better moments at last night’s CNBC debate was when Ted Cruz called out the moderators for their idiotic questions and hit Democrat candidates as a really just a “debate between the Bolsheviks and the Mensheviks.”

Cruz meant the Bolshevik/Menshevik line as critique of the Dem debate moderators who accepted the candidates’ embrace of socialism without any critique of the failed economic doctrine, but that was lost on the CNBC crew last night:

It was also lost on NBC’s Chuck Todd (maybe):

We’re not sure if he was joking or not, but last night and early this morning, the reaction was pretty much in the “he’s serious” camp:

From Wikipedia:

The Mensheviks subscribed to an Orthodox Marxist view of social and economic development, believing that socialism could not be achieved in Russia due to its backward economic conditions, and that Russia would first have to experience a bourgeois revolution and go through a capitalist stage of development before socialism was technically possible and before the working class could develop the necessary consciousness for a socialist revolution.[8] Thus, the Mensheviks were opposed to the Bolshevik idea of a Vanguard party and pursuit of socialist revolution in Russia.

So, no Chuck. Mensheviks are not just socialists who speak Yiddish, be he should have known that (Or maybe he did know that):

Now there is some debate if Todd’s tweet was just a joke or not:

For the record, we don’t see any indication that Chuck Todd has specifically said he was joking however. To be continued…