Ted Cruz Shuts Down Immigration Activist Using ONE Question

Ted Cruz Shuts Down Immigration Activist Using ONE Question

Say what you want about Ted Cruz – and trust me, many people do – he often raises intelligent and indisputable points. One example of that occurred when he was debating Univision anchor Jorge Ramos about immigration. In ten words, Cruz undoubtedly won the entire argument.


From BizPac Review:


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Sen. Ted Cruz shut down Univision anchor and Fusion TV host Jorge Ramos on illegal immigration, by turning a gotcha question around into a gotcha answer, and giving the host a lesson on the rule of law.

“I think rule of law matters,” the Texas Republican said on Tuesday’s edition of Fusion TV’s “America with Jorge Ramos.”

After the two volleyed the immigration issue back and forth, presidential candidate Cruz asked Ramos — an open advocate of legalizing the millions of illegals currently in the country — what happens to an American who crossed illegally into Mexico.

When Ramos admitted that Mexican authorities said the American would be deported, Cruz slammed the ball for the win.

“So why should the United States not enforce our laws?” Cruz asked.

Ramos talked, but never answered the question.

Game, set and match.

“Listen, I believe in the rule of law. I think we should welcome and celebrate legal immigrants,” Cruz said.

He couldn’t have had a better message, or a better setting.

So Mexico can enforce their immigration laws, but when Americans even think about it, we get slammed for being racist? Cruz has a point, America is a nation of laws, not men, and we need to begin behaving accordingly.

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