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Ted Cruz forcefully blasted Democrats in a strong Sunday statement on the deadly

terror attack at an LGBTQ nightclub in Orlando earlier Sunday morning.


"The next few days will be sadly predictable," the Texas senator said in the sta
tement. "Democrats will try to use this attack to change the subject. As a matte
r of rigid ideology, far too many Democrats - from Barack Obama to Hillary Clint
on - will refuse to utter the words 'radical Islamic terrorism.'"
"They will claim this attack, like they claimed every previous attack, was isola
ted and had nothing to do with the vicious Islamist theology that is daily wagin
g war on us across the globe," the Republican, who made an unsuccessful bid at h
is party's presidential nomination, continued. "And they will try to exploit thi
s terror attack to undermine the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms of
law-abiding Americans."
Cruz said "enough is enough" and called for Democrats and Republicans to join fo
rces, "abandon political correctness," and defeat jihadists.
He later addressed pro-LGBTQ rights Democrats:
For all the Democrats who are loud champions of the gay and lesbian community wh
enever there is a culture battle waging, now is the opportunity to speak out aga
inst an ideology that calls for the murder of gays and lesbians.
ISIS and the theocracy in Iran (supported with American taxpayer dollars) regula
rly murder homosexuals, throwing them from buildings and burying them under rock
s. This is wrong, it is evil, and we must all stand against it. Every human bein
g has a right to live according to his or her faith and conscience, and nobody h
as a right to murder someone who doesn't share their faith or sexual orientation
.
If you're a Democratic politician and you really want to stand for LGBT, show re
al courage and stand up against the vicious ideology that has targeted our fello
w Americans for murder.
50 people were killed at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando after a gunman, identifi
ed by law-enforcement as 29-year-old Omar Saddiqui Mateen, opened fire inside th
e club during the early morning hours on Sunday.
Ted Cruz forcefully blasted Democrats in a strong Sunday statement on the deadly
terror attack at an LGBTQ nightclub in Orlando earlier Sunday morning.
"The next few days will be sadly predictable," the Texas senator said in the sta
tement. "Democrats will try to use this attack to change the subject. As a matte
r of rigid ideology, far too many Democrats - from Barack Obama to Hillary Clint
on - will refuse to utter the words 'radical Islamic terrorism.'"
"They will claim this attack, like they claimed every previous attack, was isola
ted and had nothing to do with the vicious Islamist theology that is daily wagin
g war on us across the globe," the Republican, who made an unsuccessful bid at h
is party's presidential nomination, continued. "And they will try to exploit thi
s terror attack to undermine the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms of
law-abiding Americans."
Cruz said "enough is enough" and called for Democrats and Republicans to join fo
rces, "abandon political correctness," and defeat jihadists.
He later addressed pro-LGBTQ rights Democrats:
For all the Democrats who are loud champions of the gay and lesbian community wh
enever there is a culture battle waging, now is the opportunity to speak out aga
inst an ideology that calls for the murder of gays and lesbians.
ISIS and the theocracy in Iran (supported with American taxpayer dollars) regula

rly murder homosexuals, throwing them from buildings and burying them under rock
s. This is wrong, it is evil, and we must all stand against it. Every human bein
g has a right to live according to his or her faith and conscience, and nobody h
as a right to murder someone who doesn't share their faith or sexual orientation
.
If you're a Democratic politician and you really want to stand for LGBT, show re
al courage and stand up against the vicious ideology that has targeted our fello
w Americans for murder.
50 people were killed at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando after a gunman, identifi
ed by law-enforcement as 29-year-old Omar Saddiqui Mateen, opened fire inside th
e club during the early morning hours on Sunday.