Ted Cruz educates Pete Buttigieg about our constitution
Pete Buttigieg is not nearly as smart as he thinks he is. Yesterday, Senator Ted Cruz devastatingly humiliated him for shooting his mouth off when he doesn’t know what he’s talking about.
In case you missed it, Buttigieg recently instructed a group of youngsters, “The people who wrote the Constitution did not understand that slavery was a bad thing.”
That sort of criticism and condescension is part of the larger progressive project to disparage and eventually reject the United States Constitution — because it limits the power of government and affirm that our rights come from God.
Here is Buttigieg pretending that he is morally and intellectually superior to the Founders before an audience of youngsters that does not know better (he’d never get away with this at Hillsdale College, where they study the Constitution and Founders in depth):
Similarly, the amendment process, they were wise enough to realize that they didn’t have all the answers and that some things would change. A good example of this is something like slavery or civil rights. It’s an embarrassing thing to admit, but the people who wrote the Constitution did not understand that slavery was a bad thing. They did not respect civil rights. And yet, they created a framework so that as the generations came to understand that that was important, they could write that into the Constitution, too, and ensure true equal protection for all.
Taking to Twitter, Senator Cruz unmasked Buttigieg’s sophistry (hat tip: The Right Scoop):
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