CFR and Conservative Cruz…

Ted Cruz
Facts are facts.  Heidi  Cruz  was a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.  The same CFR that Ted calls a den of pernicious snakes.  Heidi helped to write the manual on how to merge the United States into the North American Union.  Her name is on the list of those on the Task Force Sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations in association with the Canadian Council of Chief Executives and the Consejo Mexicano de Asuntos Internacionales.  The Task Force to devise a plan to merge America, Canada and Mexico into a borderless North American Union.  Her name is proudly listed on the Manual, not as a conservative but as a member of the CFR Task Force.   This is a fact.
Ted Cruz states that Heidi was asked to join the council after her help with the W. Bush administration. (Hello, it was the Bush administration that pushed the NAU to the max!) He also states that Heidi did so to bring a conservative view to the CFR.  So, from reading the CFR manual on how to dupe Americans and to not so conservatively increase illegal immigration, merge trade to the point it becomes borderless and then educate illegals and mind wash the public to make the merge, I wondered. The manual Heidi helped author is full of equal opportunities for all  (that must be the conservative value part) even allowing US citizens to move to Mexico for employment.  Maybe the unemployed Ford and Oreo skilled laborers? Then there is the push to allow at least 500 percent more skilled B-1 visas to work in higher paying jobs in the US – oops, that was Ted, not Heidi.
I kept looking for the conservative viewpoint.  I failed to find it.  To me it was like Obama trying to find moderate Islamist terrorists versus radical Islamist terrorists to fight Islamist terrorists to topple sovereign nations so he don’t have to look like he did it.  We all know how that turned out.  But, that is just my opinion.
So, Heidi obviously fell in line with the CFR, instead of falling out of the line.  Or maybe she just incorporated some conservative values into the project?
Meanwhile, Ted mentions nothing about his wife’s big banking connections.  But, she says she loves helping entrepreneurs so she gets a pass on that, right?  Goldman Sachs is well known for helping all the small business guys right?  Wrong.
Ted needs to figure out a few more canned defenses and practice them in front of the mirror.  Get the correct hand and arm movements going on, the perfect pauses down and slant his eyes to look real sincere.  Yea…that might work.  While he’s at it, he should be sure to say that as a Christian and a father he only wants what is best for America.
Dianne Marshall

By Dianne Marshall

I don't sleep I write! Author, Graphic Artist, Researcher and lover of the truth.

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