Ted Cruz To Introduce Legislation Holding City Officials Accountable For Injuries From Rioting

Daily Caller: Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz will “soon” introduce legislation that will hold city officials financially responsible for damaged property and injuries sustained from rioting.

“Sen. Cruz is working on a legislative proposal that will hold city officials financially responsible for the property damages and personal injuries that result from their decision to allow autonomous zones and/or order officers to stand down in the midst of rioting and looting,” A spokesperson for Cruz’s office told The Daily Caller.  MORE

13 Comments on Ted Cruz To Introduce Legislation Holding City Officials Accountable For Injuries From Rioting

  1. Waste of time…Parole Boards letting criminals go, the Left freeing prisoners due to Wuhan and mostly, Leftist are above the Law..

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  2. I agree with this as long as it comes out of the personal wallet of city officials and not mine.

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  3. It’s about freaking time. Criminl charges of malfeasance in offing should have been brought months ago.

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  4. If Cruz includes Federal Representatives and Senators (past and present) and holds them accountable for their damaging legislation, corruption and sexual harassment payouts, I’ll support his effort.

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  5. I doubt the people who want to eliminate qualified immunity for police want to Have the same thing done to them.

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  6. Don’t stop there. Make all politicians financially accountable for running up trillion dollar deficits and debts.

    What’s that you say? It has about as much chance of passing as Cruz’s PR Bill?

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  7. … & judges & parole boards & governor’s letting murderers out (& governors deliberately killing old people by making them live w/ WuHu Flu patients) …. should pay for the crimes that are committed by the released parasites

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  8. Why do we need legislation for this?
    Did they take an oath to support the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution and laws of the State of _____, and all local ordinances, and to faithfully and impartially perform and discharge the duties of the office of _____, according to the law and the best of my ability…
    or did they take an oath to just fuck shit up?

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  9. If a CEO from a company can be arrested then so should failure Politicians whose negligence caused harm to citizens.

    AWESOME!

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