On ‘The View,’ Ted Cruz Denies Biden Legitimate Election

This means that Senator Ted Cruz does not think that Joe Biden was a legal or proper winner of the Presidential election that happened nearly two years ago.

During a confrontation on “The View,” the Texas Republican was asked about his support for Trump. Alyssa Farah Griffin, who was a communications director in Trump’s White House and is now critical of Trump, asked Cruz if he thought Biden had legitimately won the 2020 election. But Cruz put the focus on Democrats who had complained about their own electoral losses.

Cruz said that Biden is the current president, and that people in the media act differently when a Republican is in power as opposed to when Hillary Clinton was running.

Cruz said that Clinton was not elected in 2000 and 2016 because she lost the Electoral College.

Former Republican strategist Ana Navarro retorted that Hillary Clinton had conceded the election to Trump in 2016, when Whoopi Goldberg, another co-host, pushed back on drawing comparisons to the rioters who stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, saying that Republicans may not like it when Democrats win, but they don’t resort to violence.

Cruz was one of the senators who did not want to accept the results of the 2020 election. He filed to challenge the results from Arizona just before the riot at the Capitol. He still voted against accepting the results from Arizona when lawmakers went back to work after the attack.

Cruz has continued to defend his actions from that day, saying that he had called for a 10-day emergency audit on the election results, which would have been completed before Inauguration Day. However, he broke from the rest of his party last month on the Senate Rules Committee and voted against advancing a bill that would make it more difficult for lawmakers to contest presidential elections.

During his appearance on “The View,” Cruz defended his support for Trump after Trump mocked Cruz’s wife and father during the 2016 Republican primaries. Cruz called Trump’s language “idiotic” and said his wife and father laughed it off.

In the primary, Donald Trump and I fought each other fiercely. I could have chosen to be upset and not do my job, but instead I’m going to use this opportunity to make a difference for our country.

The TV appearance included drama from the audience when a group of climate activists began chanting about the need to address climate change. The hosts became visibly irritated and told the protesters to let them do their jobs before the show cut to a commercial break to clear the protesters out.

Leave a Comment