White House Twitter account trolls Ted Cruz for bragging about new highway: ‘Senator Cruz voted against it’

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Peter Kavinsky

The White House Twitter account called out Ted Cruz after he praised a new highway project he voted against.

The US Senator from Texas is apparently trying to take credit for the “Ports to Plains” project, prompting the White House to troll the Republican politician.

“The Ports to Plains highway runs from Laredo to North Dakota and Canada. This project will bring jobs to Texas and millions of dollars to the state. A great bipartisan victory!” tweeted Cruz.

In response, the White House simply tweeted, “Senator Cruz voted against this.”

According to Rolling Stone Magazine, funding for the project was achieved through the $1.5 trillion endowment bill, which President Biden signed into law on March 15.

A few days earlier, the US Senate had passed the bill 68-31. And while Senator John Cornyn of Texas voted in favor, Senator Cruz did not.

Cruz has been a vocal supporter of the project, but his spokesperson said Rolling Stone that the bill he voted against was a “Democratic spending spree that contributed to an economic downturn for American families.”

Senator press secretary Dave Vasquez added: “Ports-to-Plains could have easily and unanimously passed the Senate as a separate bill, but it was put on the pork-filled omnibus package that the Democrats took. to Congress”.

The White House Twitter account called out Ted Cruz after he praised a new highway project he voted against.

The US Senator from Texas is apparently trying to take credit for the “Ports to Plains” project, prompting the White House to troll the Republican politician.

“The Ports to Plains highway runs from Laredo to North Dakota and Canada. This project will bring jobs to Texas and millions of dollars to the state. A great bipartisan victory!” tweeted Cruz.

In response, the White House simply tweeted, “Senator Cruz voted against this.”

According to Rolling Stone Magazine, funding for the project was achieved through the $1.5 trillion endowment bill, which President Biden signed into law on March 15.

A few days earlier, the US Senate had passed the bill 68-31. And while Senator John Cornyn of Texas voted in favor, Senator Cruz did not.

Cruz has been a vocal supporter of the project, but his spokesperson said Rolling Stone that the bill he voted against was a “Democratic spending spree that contributed to an economic downturn for American families.”

Senator press secretary Dave Vasquez added: “Ports-to-Plains could have easily and unanimously passed the Senate as a separate bill, but it was put on the pork-filled omnibus package that the Democrats took. to Congress”.

The White House Twitter account called out Ted Cruz after he praised a new highway project he voted against.

The US Senator from Texas is apparently trying to take credit for the “Ports to Plains” project, prompting the White House to troll the Republican politician.

“The Ports to Plains highway runs from Laredo to North Dakota and Canada. This project will bring jobs to Texas and millions of dollars to the state. A great bipartisan victory!” tweeted Cruz.

In response, the White House simply tweeted, “Senator Cruz voted against this.”

According to Rolling Stone Magazine, funding for the project was achieved through the $1.5 trillion endowment bill, which President Biden signed into law on March 15.

A few days earlier, the US Senate had passed the bill 68-31. And while Senator John Cornyn of Texas voted in favor, Senator Cruz did not.

Cruz has been a vocal supporter of the project, but his spokesperson said Rolling Stone that the bill he voted against was a “Democratic spending spree that contributed to an economic downturn for American families.”

Senator press secretary Dave Vasquez added: “Ports-to-Plains could have easily and unanimously passed the Senate as a separate bill, but it was put on the pork-filled omnibus package that the Democrats took. to Congress”.

The White House Twitter account called out Ted Cruz after he praised a new highway project he voted against.

The US Senator from Texas is apparently trying to take credit for the “Ports to Plains” project, prompting the White House to troll the Republican politician.

“The Ports to Plains highway runs from Laredo to North Dakota and Canada. This project will bring jobs to Texas and millions of dollars to the state. A great bipartisan victory!” tweeted Cruz.

In response, the White House simply tweeted, “Senator Cruz voted against this.”

According to Rolling Stone Magazine, funding for the project was achieved through the $1.5 trillion endowment bill, which President Biden signed into law on March 15.

A few days earlier, the US Senate had passed the bill 68-31. And while Senator John Cornyn of Texas voted in favor, Senator Cruz did not.

Cruz has been a vocal supporter of the project, but his spokesperson said Rolling Stone that the bill he voted against was a “Democratic spending spree that contributed to an economic downturn for American families.”

Senator press secretary Dave Vasquez added: “Ports-to-Plains could have easily and unanimously passed the Senate as a separate bill, but it was put on the pork-filled omnibus package that the Democrats took. to Congress”.

Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at cablefreetv.org

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