Ted Cruz Eviscerates PA Attorney General After He Tells Him To ‘Stay The Hell Out Of State’s Vote Counting’

Sen. Ted Cruz delivered an epic one-two punch to Pennsylvania’s Democratic attorney general for telling the Texas senator to “stay out of” the state’s tabulation of election votes, which, honestly, is not going all that well.

“When you’re breaking the law, ignoring court orders, counting ballots in secret & threatening to steal the presidency, it’s not ‘PA’s business,’” Cruz posted on Twitter. “It’s America’s business, and we have the right to expect votes will be counted (1) fairly, (2) w/ transparency & (3) NOT in secret.”

via Washington Examiner:

Cruz appeared on Fox News with Sean Hannity Thursday night, echoing the president’s concerns of voter fraud and an overall impropriety in several states with close election results as the country enters its third day without a declared winner.

“I am angry,” Cruz tweeted along with a clip from the appearance. “The American people are right to be angry. We need observers. Now.”

Pennsylvania is one of several states where the Trump campaign is disputing the election results as Joe Biden now leads in the commonwealth by roughly 0.1% as of Friday morning.

This is one of the reasons I love Cruz so much. This guy is a ferocious fighter for the rights of the people. It’s why he’s won his seat so many times, and why, hopefully, sometime down the road, he’ll give the White House another shot.

We could do a whole lot worse than President Ted Cruz.