Democrats are looking for a new villain now that Donald Trump is out of office.
Senator Ted Cruz is just one of the targets being bombarded by the left.
But when one NBC News host went after Cruz, it did not end up going the way she expected.
The second sham impeachment of Donald Trump is unfolding and the Democrats and their media allies are lapping it up.
Meanwhile, everyday Americans are experiencing never-ending lockdowns, unemployment, and school closures.
The average person isn’t terribly concerned with the impeachment of a president who isn’t in office or even present on social media anymore.
The proceedings are just political theater because the outcome is already known – the Democrats do not have 17 Republicans willing to break ranks and vote for removal.
Ted Cruz recently appeared on Fox News and made that very point. “It’s reminiscent of Shakespeare, that it is full of sound and fury, and yet signifying nothing,” Cruz said.
NBC News anchor Andrea Mitchell tried to attack Cruz for his remarks, but it failed miserably.
— Andrea Mitchell (@mitchellreports) February 10, 2021
Mitchell didn’t know that the title of William Faulkner’s “The Sound and the Fury” was inspired by “Macbeth.”
Mitchell’s faux pas was so glaring, even some on the left couldn’t resist dunking on her.
Republican Congresswoman Elise Stefanik hilariously responded:
You must have missed the American literature class on Faulkner about how the sound and fury title is an actual reference to SHAKESPEARE!
— Elise Stefanik (@EliseStefanik) February 11, 2021
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other Democrats have recklessly accused Cruz of attempted murder, while MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace loosely discussed drone-striking Republicans.
If the Democrats want the world to keep buying their whole unity pitch, they’re going to have to tone down the rhetoric.