With 69 days to election day and 10 days left in the fundraising quarter the Ted Cruz for U.S. Senate campaign launched its first television ad of the Senate race “Delivers,” and launched an Obamacare Repeal Money Bomb.
The 30-second spot, “Delivers,” highlight’s Cruz’s successful work as the Solicitor General of Texas defending U.S. sovereignty against the United Nations and World Court in the case Medellin vs. Texas. The ad also reaffirms Cruz’s commitment to leading the fight for fiscal responsibility in Washington.
The central case discussed in the ad is Medellin vs. Texas. Jose Ernesto Medellin brutally gang-raped and murdered two teenage girls in Houston. When the World Court tried to order the United States to reopen Medellin’s conviction (along with the convictions of 50 other murderers), Cruz fought the World Court and the U.N. all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court and won 6-3.
When the U.N. and World Court overruled a Texas jury’s verdict to execute an illegal alien for raping and murdering two teenage girls, Ted Cruz fought all the way to the Supreme Court and he delivered.
Politicians from both parties have broken promises, driven us to the brink of bankruptcy, and failed to secure the border.
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