Ted Cruz stated that Democrats could ‘fundamentally destruct the country’ and that Texas should seize control of the US to form its own state.  

Cruz spoke at an event last month, saying that the Democrats should end the filibuster if it fundamentally destroys the country. 

To raucous applause, the Texas Republican declared, “We’re still not there yet.” 

Also asked if he would take Joe Rogan, who moved to the Lonestar State in 2020, Cruz jokingly responded: ‘Joe Rogan, he might be president of Texas!’ 

Cruz made the remarks at an event at Texas A&M hosted by Young America’s Foundation on Oct. 14.  

Rogan was a podcaster, MMA commentator and took the anti-parasitic drug Ivermectin. This is what many consider a ‘horsedewormer’. It was used to treat a Covid-19 virus infection. Because he had missed his vaccination appointment in January due to scheduling conflicts, he was not vaccinated. 

'We're not there yet, and if there comes a point where it's hopeless, then I think we take NASA, we take the military, we take the oil,' Ted Cruz said of Texas secession

Ted Cruz stated that Texas’ secession was not yet complete. 

Cruz spoke at Texas A&M at an event hosted by Young America's Foundation

Cruz spoke at Texas A&M at an event hosted by Young America’s Foundation 

Rogan, in 2020, moved to Austin Texas to “have a little more freedom.” 

Cruz answered a question from a crowd member about his feelings on the Texas secessionist movements, also known as Texit. He said he understood some of the sentiments but wasn’t yet ready. 

“I am not willing to leave America.” He said, “I love this country.” 

Cruz said that Texas has a ‘responsibility’ to the US because ‘right now it’s an amazing force keeping America from going off the cliff, keeping America grounded in the values that built this country.’ 

Also asked if he would take Joe Rogan, who moved to the Lonestar State in 2020, Cruz responded: 'Joe Rogan, he might be president of Texas!'

Cruz also answered the question, “Joe Rogan? He may be President of Texas!”

Republican Senator Josh Hawley accused the Pentagon last week of making U.S. Armed Forces for culture wars instead of real wars following their humiliating defeat against British Royal Marines during a training exercise. 

The US troops had to demand a reset’ after they sustained heavy losses in the Mojave desert mock battle. 

Hawley stated that competitors like China will be confused by the U.S. strategy. 

“They are probably asking why people like General Milley or Secretary Austin spend so long recommending books about white rage and critical race theory, and not more focus on warfighting,” he said to the Fox News’ Ingraham Angle.

The chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley caused outrage earlier in the year. Milley stated that he was trying to understand “white Rage” and why thousands of people attacked U.S. Capitol Building, January.

Lloyd Austin (the country’s first Black secretary to defense) also spoke out during the House hearing in support of the military’s attempts to combat racism and extremism.

Hawley stated that the Pentagon should allow warfighters to do their best work.

He said, “I mean, Lord, this is my opinion, Lord. We’ve got some of the most skilled soldiers, airmen and Marines anywhere in the world.”

“Our soldiers can be amazing warfighters. They should fight,” he declared.

Train them to fight. Stop using military service as a huge social experiment.

As political divisions continue to grow after Democrats won control of Congress, and the presidency respectively, some conservatives are now embracing the idea of secession. A poll published in September found that over half of Trump voters want red states to secede from the union, and 41% of Biden voters want blue states to split off.

Based on data from the University of Virginia Center for Politics 52% of Trump voters are at least somewhat in agreement with the following statement: ‘The situation seems such that I would favor. [Blue/Red]The states can seize control of the union and form their own nation. Trump voters are strongly in agreement with this. Twenty-five per cent.

A second survey revealed that almost two-thirds, or nearly all, of Republicans in South support secession. Nearly half, however, of Democrats in Northeast and the Pacific regions supported it.

The support for secession is strong among the independents of the Midwest, Great Lakes and Great Plains. There are 43 percent who say they want to separate and create their country.

According to poll, the time of friendly relations between parties is gone.

Over 75% voters on both sides supported the assertion: “I believe Americans that strongly support the [OPP_PARTY]They are a direct and immediate threat to American life. Seventy-five per cent of Biden voters agreed in some way with the statement. 78% of Trump voters also agreed.

56% of Biden voters agreed at least in part with the statement, ‘There are no real differences between Republicans or Fascists. 76% agreed with Trump’s statement that ‘There isn’t any real difference between Democrats or Socialists.