Princeton political and debate society votes to strip Ted Cruz of prestigious honor for trying to overturn presidential election
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz helped lead the unsuccessful congressional effort to reject state-certified votes for Joe Biden.
The nation’s oldest collegiate debate and political union voted to strip U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of its highest honor for his role in trying to overturn the November presidential election.
Princeton University’s American Whig-Cliosophic Society voted to rescind the James Madison Award for Distinguished Public Service awarded to Cruz, a member of the Class of 1992.
It was the first time that the society voted to take back the award, according to the Daily Princetonian, which first reported the decision.
It's time to slink into obscurity Ted...