• Levin Furious About Cruz Investigation: ‘Are A-Holes Happy Now?’

    The Ted Cruz president campaign released his mother’s birth certificate on Friday in light of controversy surrounding whether he is a natural born citizen and eligible for the presidency when he was born in Canada.

    Cruz’s mother Eleanor Darrgh, was born in Delaware on Nov. 23, 1934, her certificate shows, establishing her citizenship by birth–and, according to U.S. law, that of her son, even though he was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on Dec. 22, 1970.

    Radio talk show host Mark Levin has maintained—since the issue of Cruz’s eligibility has started dominating the news cycle—that anyone who is born to a US citizen can run for president, regardless of where they were born.

    The Great One blasted Cruz’s detractors and those who have called for the Texas senator to explain his citizenship in light of the Cruz campaign providing the birth certificate.

    ARE THE A-HOLES WHO PUSHED THIS CRAP FOR DAYS HAPPY NOW? (Such intrepid reporting, lol.) Let’s hope there’s serious backlash.

    Posted by Mark Levin on Friday, January 8, 2016

    Levin’s anger is understandable, but if there is a serious question about Cruz’s eligibility, it’s best that he is vetted now rather than later if he does secure the Republican nomination.

    Liberals are silent on this issue now for good reason.  It would be catastrophic if  for the GOP if Cruz were the nominee and the Democrats used this ambiguity as an opportunity to tie the election up in courts and sabotage Cruz’s legitimacy.

    This will be old news when push comes to shove by bringing this issue up now.

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