Posted 43 days ago
The Lincoln Project co-founder Rick Wilson said that now that former President Trump is out of office, he intends to turn the super PAC's attention to Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas).
Wilson told the Texas politics-focused podcast "Y’all-itics" the group would target Cruz over his support of a Republican challenge to the certification of President Biden’s victory earlier this month.
“We all know Ted Cruz is sort of a political force of nature. He is what he is. You either hate him or you hate him,” Wilson said. “And he is a guy who went so far over the edge, not just to appease Donald Trump and Trump’s base, but because he felt like [Sen.] Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) had gotten out ahead of him on it.”
Hawley, who, like Cruz, is seen as a possible 2024 GOP contender, was the first to announce he would challenge the results of the election. A number of Republicans signed on to the challenge, but some of them dropped their objections after a mob of pro-Trump rioters stormed the U.S. Capitol. Cruz and Haw... (Read more)
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