Dem Congressman attacks Ted Cruz after Texas shooting, calls him a ‘f**king baby killer’

Democratic Congressman Ruben Gallego flew off the handle after learning of the senseless shooting in Uvalde, Texas, which claimed the lives of 19 school children and two adults, attacking Republicans and the National Rifle Association in an F-bomb laced rant unbecoming of a member of Congress.

(Suffice it to say, with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., at the helm, it’s unlikely that there will be any censoring in the forecast.)

Gallego, who represents Arizona, blasted the NRA first and then went off the rail in targeting Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas.

“Just to be clear f*ck you @tedcruz you f*cking baby killer,” the Democrat tweeted.

Cruz had posted the following message on Twitter in response to Salvador Ramos, 18, incomprehensibly killing 19 children at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, along with two adults.

Ramos allegedly shot his grandmother and then went to the school and barricaded himself inside, shooting children and teachers. He was reportedly killed by law enforcement inside the school — according to various reports, a Border Patrol agent who was part of an “elite” tactical unit was credited with killing Ramos as he was engaged in a shootout with other law enforcement officials.

As a member of Congress, Gallego’s extreme rhetoric is but an example of the rancor that has come to mark society today. The nation is as polarized as ever and politicians are becoming more and more divisive in their lust for power.

Yet, those who’ve arguably ushered in the troubled society we now live in will not address the mental health crisis THEY created or their failed “criminal justice system” that has resulted in crime soaring in many Democrat-run urban areas. They will also ignore any impact the gaming industry may have on shootings of this nature and the removal of God from the public square, but they will come even harder to take away the means for average Americans to protect themselves from this society.

Gallego’s unconscionable tweets can be seen below. Perhaps, this is what he had in mind when he said last month during an appearance on MSNBC: “You have to go on the offensive. We have to remind the voters that the Republican Party is a party of nothing.”

Caution: Adult Language


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