Ted Cruz held a presser this morning regarding the latest terrible terror attack by Islamic terrorists in Europe. These are the remarks of an adult who knows the gravity of the situation, and the source of the problem.
"In the wake of Brussels, we don't need another lecture on Islamaphobia from President Obama." There is nothing truer than that.
He is also right about our woefully inadequate vetting process. It is not something liberals or the media really care about. They don't care if it's effective. They just want to feel good about themselves.
"When you don't define the enemy, then you don't have screening programs designed to keep them out," says Cruz. This is entirely logical. So much so you have to be willfully ignorant in order to disagree. You cannot screen what you will not identify. Utterly irrefutable.
Answering a reporter's question about Trump, Cruz highlighted the difference between his and Donald's policies. A stark difference. On the one hand experience and knowledge, on the other a blowhard with neither.
"Donald Trump is wrong that America should withdraw from the world and abandon our allies. Donald Trump is wrong that America should retreat from Europe, retreat from NATO, hand Putin a major victory and while he's at it hand ISIS a major victory."
Again, for the haters, that was in response to a direct question, not some volunteered political spin.
There's a lot more in the ten minute clip. I suggest watching the entire thing. And then compare to Trump who discussed his own poll numbers.
There's at least one serious person left in this primary election.