Five fun John Cornyn quotes

by | Aug 21, 2019 | 2020 Elections, Politics

“We were the first to assert that the more complicated the forms assumed by civilization, the more restricted the freedom of the individual must become.” 

—Cornyn tweeted out verbatim quote by globally despised dictator Benito Mussolini

“For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong.  Sadly, there are some issues, like homelessness and these shootings, where we simply don’t have all the answers.” 

—Cornyn, referring to the El Paso shooting that was a terrorist attack. There are plenty of solutions to gun violence and white terrorism. 

“Antonios Pagourtzis, father of accused Texas shooter, says 17-year-old son was a ‘good boy’ who had been ‘mistreated at school’”

— Cornyn tweeted after the Santa Fe school shooting. Is he really a good boy?

“I think it’s a mistake and an unforced error. I don’t think the president is a racist.” 

–Cornyn said in response to Trump’s tweet about how the four Democratic congresswomen should “go back” to the countries they came from. 

“Again and again, Democrats have refused to join Republicans in guaranteeing coverage for pre-existing conditions.”

— Hysterical. Not true. Republicans haven’t joined the multiple bills by Democrats to protect all Americans from pre-existing medical conditions.

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