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Ted Cruz Storms Out of British Interview When Asked About Gun Violence After Uvalde School Shooting

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Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) asked a British journalist about gun violence in the United States two days after the deaths of 19 children and two adults in an elementary school slaughter in his state. Suddenly left.

Cruz scheduled to appear in National Rifle Association This weekend’s tournament was furious when it was faced with gun control and why mass shootings “only happen in the United States.”

Cruz was present on alert for gunfire victims at Rob Elementary School when he was grilled by Sky News reporter Mark Stone about a review of US gun control. The senator began by rejecting the call for reform, saying “it’s easy to go to politics.” He added: None of them would have stopped this. (Cruz had before Called “to solidify the school” By fitting in new bulletproof glass and having “only one door to and from school” during an interview with Fox News. )

But when Stone asked why there was “American exceptionalism” about the shootings, Cruz decided to rush things together. “I’m sorry I think American exceptionalism is terrible,” he said, stroking the reporter in his chest. Before you leave the TV crew, you have your political agenda, God loves you.

Stone chased Cruz and said he couldn’t answer why the shootings were a unique American problem. Clearly angry, Cruz replied: Because it is the freest, most prosperous and safest country on the planet. Stop being an advertiser before heading to the exit again.

Cruz was on the alert with Texas Governor Greg Abbott. Greg Abbott will also appear at NRA’s annual meeting in Houston this week. The pair faced a call to withdraw from the event, also hosted by former President Donald Trump, including Abbott’s governor democratic rival Beto O’Rourke. Oruk was thrown out of a press conference On Wednesday, he captured Abbott and Cruz for “doing nothing” to prevent shooting at school. “Someone needs to stand up for the children of this state, or they will continue to be killed as they were in Yuvarde yesterday,” Oruk said before leaving. Daniel defenseThe manufacturer of one of the weapons used in the Texas mass slaughter has withdrawn from the NRA Treaty.

The massacre at Rob Elementary School in Yuvalde on Tuesday is the worst school shooting in the United States since the 2012 massacre in Sandy Hook, Connecticut. A few days after his 18th birthday, Yuvarde shooters legally purchased two AR-15-style rifles. Hundreds of ammunition a week before the slaughter.

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