Jerry Brown is a seasoned politician. He knows California politics as well as anyone, and he has experience on the national political stage as well. The governor will not run for president, but he has a lot to say about the candidates. At the moment, his attention is on Senator Ted Cruz.
Cruz has been very vocal about climate change. One might think Cruz and Governor Rick Scott of Florida were brothers from different mothers. Cruz and Scott both believe that science doesn’t support the attention that climate change is demanding. Perhaps these two Republicans know something the world doesn’t know. Brown calls what they know absolute ignorance. Anfip says the governor said Cruz should not run for president for several reasons. Ted’s stand on climate change is just one of them.
The United States election system is a train wreck but the train’s engine keeps going. The two party system is a war between aging fraternity houses, and the voters lose every time there is a battle. Cruz shouldn’t be considered a candidate not just because of his beliefs, but because he offers more dissent to the already broken political arena.