MSNBC Host Politicizes Hurricane Harvey, Ted Cruz Shuts Her Down – VIDEO

This is not the first time Katy Tur has shown her incompetence. The MSNBC host politicizes Hurricane Havey and gets quickly shut down By Ted Cruz.

Tur mentioned that Ted Cruz against a bill that provided aid for Hurricane Sandy. Cruz was on the ground in Texas being interviewed by Tur when she asked him if it was hypocritical for him to ask for federal aid to be sent to Texas when he voted against the same type of bill for Hurricane Sandy. Cruz rebuffed Tur once, telling her this was not the time or place for “political sniping” but she kept bringing it up.

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Per Daily Caller:

“Those people lost everything they owned,” Tur said.

“The accurate thing to say is that I and others enthusiastically and emphatically supported hurricane relief,” Cruz said. “The problem with that particular bill was that it turned into a $50 billion bill that was filled with unrelated pork.”

“Two-thirds of that bill had nothing to do with Sandy,” Cruz asserted. “It’s not right for politicians to exploit a disaster…to pay for their own political wishlist.”

Even during a natural disaster, MSNBC continues to push their liberal agenda. Good to see Ted Cruz stand up to her and hit her in the face with facts about the bill he voted against.

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