Cruz Slams the New York Times as “garbage, bigoted, moronic, lying sacks of crap.”

Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas slammed the New York Times for running a story speculating that the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade ruling could be overturned in light of the leaked Roe v. Wade decision.

“Now the Democrats have another tale,” Ted Cruz stated on “The Verdict with Ted Cruz,” adding, “If you observe, when they’re talking about the Dobbs judgment, they very, very rapidly say if this decision goes into force, it would strike down the access of contraception.”

“Right,” co-host Michael Knowles agreed.

Cruz went on to quote Adam Liptak of the New York Times in a piece headed “If Roe Falls, Is Same-Sex Marriage Next?”

“It will outlaw gay marriage and interracial marriage,” Cruz continued. The New York Times took it a step farther. The editorial board of The New York Times indicated that several states in the union would ban interracial marriage if they were allowed to, which is complete nonsense!”

“You, bigoted moronic Manhattan lefty elite liars!” Cruz screamed.

“What are your true feelings?” Knowles humorously inquired.

Cruz said, “It, it kind of pisses me off.” “And, by the way, there may be no one on the planet whom these racist leftists of The New York Times loathe more than Justice Clarence Thomas,” he added.

“Right,” answered Knowles.

“He is married to a woman of another race.” Clarence Thomas, I believe, would be shocked. If he were to do something to make interracial marriage illegal, “the only people who believe interracial marriage will be illegal are radical leftists who have never met a conservative voter,” Cruz stated.

“Bigoted klansmen, they think we’re all right.” But here’s the thing: when the Democrats and the press don’t defend their abortion ideas, it’s because they realize their abortion positions are radically out of the mainstream,” Cruz concluded.

“So whenever you hear them talking about contraception or marriage, it’s because they’re trying to divert the subject,” he said.

The official verdict in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the highly anticipated abortion case that could overturn Roe v. Wade, is expected soon.

Justice Samuel Alito’s draft majority decision was leaked to Politico earlier this month, sparking a social media uproar.

Chief Justice John Roberts of the United States Supreme Court described the leak of a draft opinion as “simply disgusting” and announced an investigation to discover the leaker.

“The draft opinion is a full-throated, unabashed denunciation of the 1973 judgment guaranteeing federal constitutional protections for abortion rights, as well as a subsequent 1992 case – Planned Parenthood v. Casey – that substantially upheld the right,” Politico said.

Alito comments, “Roe was egregiously erroneous from the start.”

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“We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled,” he says in the “Opinion of the Court” statement.

“It is past time to pay attention to the Constitution and restore the subject of abortion to the people’s elected representatives,” Alito concludes.

“As a result, we hold that the Constitution does not grant a right to abortion.” “Roe and Casey must be overturned, and the power to control abortion must be restored to the people and their elected representatives,” Alito says in the “Opinion of the Court” document.

It’s expected that there were at least 5 votes in favor of overturning Roe v Wade shortly after Alito’s draft majority opinion surfaced, allowing state lawmakers to examine their own abortion regulations.

To put it another way, if the Supreme Court rules that Roe v Wade is unconstitutional, each state will be forced to implement abortion laws, with many likely enacting harsh restrictions.

“The draft opinion is a full-throated, unabashed denunciation of the 1973 judgment guaranteeing federal constitutional protections for abortion rights, as well as a subsequent 1992 case – Planned Parenthood v. Casey – that substantially upheld the right,” Politico said.