Ted Cruz In a Last Hilarious Blow to John Boehner

A historical relic When John Boehner wanted to start a feud with the nimble and savage Ted Cruz, he had to be at least eight cocktails in. It wasn’t wise, and it didn’t work out for him.

It all began when Boehner published a novel.

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And, speaking of that novel, who on God’s green earth would buy a book written by John Boehner, aside from Liz Cheney and the pedophiles at the Lincoln Project?

In any case, some unscrupulous publishing house wanted to pay John Boehner money to reminisce about his booze-soaked days as Speaker of the House.

Senator Ted Cruz was the target of Boehner’s novel.

According to Business Insider, Boehner told CBS News that in his upcoming book, “On the House: A Washington Memoir,” he pointed out Cruz, calling him “dangerous” and a “reckless a–hole,” since Cruz had exacerbated tensions within the GOP House caucus.

During a Monday morning interview, Boehner said of Cruz, “This man wasn’t even a member of the United States House of Representatives, he was a member of the Senate, stirring up some of the crazies in my own caucus to cause all sorts of problems.” “And that’s probably why I focused on him so intensely — he’s probably the only person in the book.”

“There’s nothing worse than a reckless jackass who thinks he’s better than anyone else,” he said.

Ted Cruz, on the other hand, heard about Boehner’s book and replied, giving Boehner some much-needed publicity.

Ted had this to say about Johnny Boy:

“I think he was probably recording at nine or ten a.m., because clearly he had too much wine that day,” Cruz joked, referring to Boehner’s well-known wine addiction. I’m not sure what’s going on here, but this man seems a bit out of it. I wear his drunken, bloviated contempt with pride because the Swamp is unhappy. Please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please

It’s brilliant.

It does, however, get better.

Ted Cruz said on Twitter on Tuesday that a “smart-ass” had left a signed copy of John Boehner’s book at his office.

Ted took three photographs.

The first is John’s novel, which is shown on a coffee table.

The second image shows John’s book open, with his signature visible.

The third image shows John’s book beside the fireplace.

Laughing out loud.

It’s fantastic!

Ted Cruz has ruffled the GOP globalist chickens’ feathers, which is fantastic.

John Boehner and his like no longer have a place in the Republican Party.

They are remnants of a failed era, and their philosophies and policies have wiped out the middle class in the United States.

We didn’t see a change towards the forgotten American until President Trump came along and redefined the Republican Party – all the people John Boehner forgot about between his high-balls, cigars, and globalist deals.

Goodbye, and good luck to all his fellow RINOs.


Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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