September 1, 2023

Ted Cruz Rips Biden Administration's Call for Americans to Cut Back on Beer

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) ripped the Biden administration after a recent report recommending Americans to only have two beers a week.

The senator shared the comments during an interview on Newsmax that showed Cruz drinking a beer and telling the Biden administration to "kiss my a**."

“Look, Eric, it is nuts. Number one, why does Biden have an alcohol czar? We don’t need czars in the United States,” Cruz said, adding, “Number two, what is it with liberals that want to control every d*** aspect of your life?”

“Biden came in, one of the first things they wanted to do was ban gas stoves — New York State has now done that for new construction. They’re trying to go after and regulate ceiling fans,” he continued. “I gotta tell you, it’s hot in Texas, we don’t want to get rid of our ceiling fans.”

Cruz also spoke out against Bud Light's recent controversy involving Dylan Mulvaney.

“I gotta say, have you ever seen a brand do more damage to itself than Bud Light, which singlehandedly seemed to destroy themselves?” Cruz questioned.

“So I’m glad you’re not drinking a Bud Light. Personally, I’m fond of Shiner Bock, which is a good Texas brand. I’ve been to the Shiner brewery in Shiner, Texas, and I recommend it, and I promise you this is not alcohol-free beer down here," he added.

The senator's strong words expressed the frustrations of many Americans who are fed up with the Biden administration's overreach.

From ceiling fans to gas stoves to even beer, it seems that nearly every week a new item or freedom is being called into question for the sake of political gain.

Cruz boldly opposed the latest beer-limitation recommendation, choosing instead to speak out alongside fellow Texans on the issue.

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