Ted Cruz refuses the question of whether he would eat a stranger in order to end world hunger

Senator Ted Cruz (R.TX), declined to answer the question whether he would “fellate another man”To end hunger around the world

A question was posed to the Republican politician on Monday at Yale University. He struggled to answer it.

Cruz visited Yale University to appear in a live episode on his podcast VerdictHe co-hosts the program with Michael Knowles, a conservative commentator.

They also discussed recent news, such as the historic and successful confirmation of Ketanji brown Jackson to the Supreme Court. Evan, a student, asked Evan one question that took the politician back.

“Assuming it would end global hunger, would you fellate another man?” Evan asked Cruz.

Cruz chose to dodge the question and instead, threw the question back to Knowles. Knowles replied that he would. NotFellaton another man, regardless of the outcome.

“Like a typical left-wing undergraduate, you are engaging in consequentialist ethics,” Knowles said addressing the student.

Knowles then went on to slam the student and accuse them of “attempting to justify flagrantly immoral behavior to achieve a good end.” He added, “And I tell you, my friend, the ends do not justify the means. Absolutely, absolutely not.”

Cruz didn’t answer the question. He instead turned the question back to the student who asked it.

Cruz was convinced he had a zinger. He then asked the student a question.

“I am curious with that young fellow. If it would solve world hunger, would you vote for Donald Trump?” Cruz asked.

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