Sen. Ted Cruz Shares Questions That Didn’t Make The Cut For Impeachment Trials, And They’re Great

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President Donald J. Trump was acquitted by the Senate on Saturday in his second impeachment trial. The final vote was 57-43 in favor of impeachment, but the attempt still fell way short of the needed super majority.

That is obviously serious — and good — news, but we’ll turn to a funnier note. While waiting on the impeachment trial to start, Senator Ted Cruz took to Twitter to share what was going on.

That’s not what we’re talking about, though. We’re here to look at some of the tweets Cruz made to pass the time. He shared some of the questions that didn’t make the cut to be asked on Friday, and it was … interesting.

There were actual questions submitted by Senators. Speaking of chaos, Senator Cruz. Try to imagine how wild — and entertaining — things would’ve gotten, had some of these questions been allowed.

We need more of this from senators. Share some of the stuff we don’t get to see.

Written by Clint Lamb

Clint Lamb is a College Football Writer for OutKick. Managing Editor for Roll Tide Wire. Sports radio host for The Bullpen on 730/103.9 The UMP. Co-host for The 'Bama Beat podcast through The Tuscaloosa News and


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  1. These are too funny to be real. If these are real, these guys are my heroes. They deserve Nobel Peace Prizes, or Oscars, or Pulitzers or one of the other silly prizes Lefties give each other when they feel a “thrill going up their leg”.

  2. Imagine how afraid the democrats are of the so-called 80 million votes their Prez got.

    if they got 80 million votes, then why keep attacking Trump and Trump voters.

    if they got 80 million without even campaigning, then why don’t they feel like they have a mandate?

    Why? because they know a fraud was committed in the election and now they need to distract. daily.

  3. While I still don’t trust Ted Cruz completely…I do find in this last year more respect for the guy. Given my respect meter for most politicians is less than the temperature in Minnesota…it’s something.

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