Why Ted Cruz Was Right to Walk Out on the ‘In Defense of Christians’ Conference

Cruz Pointing OutAn extraordinary thing happened on Wednesday night in Washington, D.C. More than one thousand people were gathered for a dinner in honor of the newly formed organization In Defense of Christians.

It should have been a victorious, celebratory moment―and for a short time it was.

The spirit was jubilant as we all took in the fact that at last the crisis affecting Middle East Christians had hit the mainstream. Many of us have been toiling away for years on this issue, happy if we could get ten people in a room to hear our case. Here we were, with Patriarchs and prelates from 12 different countries, and earlier in the day no less than 17 different members of Congress had addressed the gathering. It was an evening to celebrate.

Then U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) came on stage. He was there to give the keynote speech, and this was to be the crowning moment. Read more at breitbart.com.

Click HERE for transcript and audio of Sen. Cruz’s speech.

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About Alan Berkelhammer

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