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Sex-Obsessed Reporter Asks Ted Cruz Obnoxious Question About Gays… Cruz’s Response is LEGENDARY! (VIDEO)


With horrible ratings, it’s obvious that MSNBC only exists to be a propraganda tool for the Democrat party. So at a recent presidential campaign visit in Beaumont, Texas, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) became exhausted with Kevin Steele, a local KMBT-TV reporter who was borrowing anti-Christian questions from MSNBC talking points.

Watch (below) as the reporter badgers Cruz about “homosexual rights”… and the questions were so biased that Cruz lost his temper. Good for him!

Cruz noted Democrats are “so devoted to mandatory gay marriage that they’ve decided there’s no room for religious liberty.” And he gave a brilliant lecture on the constitutionality arguments about same-sex marriage.

Let me ask a question: Is there something about the left — and I am going to put the media in this category — that is obsessed with sex? OK, you can ask those questions over and over and over again.

I recognize that you’re reading questions from MSNBC, that you’re wincing. You don’t want to talk about foreign policy. I recognize that you want to ask another question about gay rights.

Then, Cruz lowered the boom:

ISIS is executing homosexuals—you want to talk about gay rights? This week was a very bad week for gay rights because the expansion of ISIS, the expansion of radical, theocratic, Islamic zealots that crucify Christians, that behead children and that murder homosexuals—that ought to be concerning you far more than asking six questions all on the same topic.

via TruthRevolt

That is a pitch-perfect argument by Cruz, which destroys the liberal view on gay marriage. America is a tolerant and open society, unlike the entire Middle East. Clearly, advocates such as this reporter should focus on actual anti-gay actions by Islamic nations, as those are real human rights abuses.

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