Cruz: Media ‘Suffering from Trump Withdrawal’ — ‘They Obsess over My Taking My Girls to the Beach’

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Monday, during an appearance on FNC’s “Hannity,” Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) discussed the utility calamity in Texas due to winter weather and the Merrick Garland confirmation hearings underway before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

The Texas Republican warned what happened in Texas could happen if left up to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) because he said 25% of our electricity capacity is wind.

“Now, we just came off of a very difficult week where the grid failed four million Texans,” he said. “And so, we need to have a serious examination about why that was, why the grid came short. But one of the major elements of that is actually the policy that Schumer is pushing for the whole country, which is the Green New Deal. You look at Texas right now, about 25 percent of our electricity capacity is wind. And yet, in the middle of this storm, that capacity dropped all the way down to two percent. You want to talk about reliability.”

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