Ted Cruz tele-townhall draws record 104,000


Ted Cruz shattered all the records, drawing over 100,000 people to a telephone townhall meeting.  Since his valiant filibuster attempt, he has been gaining in popularity.

Ted Cruz’s townhall meeting by telephone last night drew over 104,000 participants.  The previous record was 67,000 people.  The event was sponsored by the Tea Party Patriots and Cruz was joined by Rep. Jim Bridenstine (R-OK).  The meeting was on the continuing resolution.

TPP Co-founder Jenny Beth Martin said no special efforts were taken and the only announcements were the standard Facebook post for two hours and a robocall earlier in the day.  The meeting was to bring people up to date on the defunding of Obamacare through the CR.

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