A woman just became an instant hero with epic question to Ted Cruz at town hall [WATCH]


All hail Tammy Talpas! Tammy is the brave woman who actually did what no one else has ever had the cajones to attempt.

She walked up to Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) at a town hall and asked him to take a DNA test to prove that he’s really human. Even better, she captured the whole encounter on video and posted it to YouTube.

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Ms. Talpas confronted the Senator, a consistent opponent of Obamacare and a fervent supporter of the failed Republican health care plan that would have resulted in 20 million people losing coverage, over his stance on health insurance, telling Cruz that with her multiple pre-existing conditions, she would be bankrupt or dead if forced into the kind of plans that the Senator favors.

Talpas naturally assumed that anyone who would want to take health care away from so many human beings couldn’t possibly be human themselves, so she simply had to get proof straight from the source.

Cruz, for his part, reacted inconclusively while rejecting Talpas’ request for his genetic material. His response to her was such a typically smarmy political answer that it doesn’t offer proof per se of his humanity.


“Well, m’am, thank you for that, and one of the great things about our democratic system is we can treat each other with respect and civility,” he said.

On second thought, if he thinks trying to steal health care from 20 million people is indicative of respect and civility, his answer tells us everything we need to know about his humanity.

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Vinnie Longobardo

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