Tricky Question for Sen. Cruz: ‘Will You Accept the 2024 Election Results?’

The 2020 election may have been three and a half years ago but the controversy over whether it was truly honest and fair remains. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) recently had a fiery exchange with CNN host Kaitlin Collins over the questions that remain, despite media insistence that nothing questionable occurred.

Sen. Cruz does a masterful job of refusing to take the bait when Collins asks him if he’ll “accept the results regardless of who wins the election” in 2024. Is a person seriously expected to accept the results of something that hasn’t yet happened, even if those results turn out to be blatantly fraudulent?

Cruz’s efforts are all the more admirable considering the CNN host’s relentless interruptions which seem calculated to prevent him from ever finishing a sentence.

Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) was asked a similar question by another CNN host and also refused to play along with her game.

It’s fascinating how this question of accepting results with which they disagree is regularly asked of Republicans but for some reason, Democratic officials seem to get a pass.

For Americans who remember seeing the D.C. establishment and media spend all of 2016 trying to paint Donald Trump in the worst possible light and then went into non-stop attack mode for the entirety of his presidency after he was elected, it’s hard not to have some questions about the 2020 election.

Are we to believe that the same individuals and organizations that spied on Trump as a candidate, that fabricated the Russia hoax and spread endless lies and falsehoods at every opportunity to undermine his presidency, suddenly put aside their malice and and became models of uprightness for the 2020 election?

There are good reasons to have questions about whether our elections can still be trusted or not.

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Photo: UNITED STATES - MAY 11: Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, attends a Senate Judiciary Committee markup in Hart Building on Thursday, May 11, 2023. (Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images)

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