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US Senator, Ted Cruz, reveals that Presidential Elections in 2020 could turn out to be a massive bloodbath! But why? Check it out here.

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Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas has given a warning to the Republicans on Friday. He said that there are possibilities that they will witness a bloodbath of Watergate Proportions during the election. This situation could arise if the voters get infuriated and break while they cast their ballots in the coming month.

He also had put allegations on Nancy Pelosi, the house speaker and Chuck Schumer, Senate Minority Leader for getting into a deal to give a new circular stimulus as well as providing Americans with direct payment checks during this COVID-19 pandemic. However, the person who called off the talk was Donald Trump. He did so in the early days of this week.

In one of his recent media interactions, Cruz said that the only possible way for this presidential election to be fantastic is if people think about their future, they are optimistic, have a positive attitude towards their work and return back to it. This will result in the president getting reelected and even the Republicans will win both houses of the Congress.

According to him, Pelosi and Schumer want the people to be depressed and angry on the day of election. And this will ultimately make the election a terrible one. Moreover, there are chances that they will lose both the houses of Congress and the White House if is the case.

By his words, a bloodbath of Watergate Proportions Cruz intended to refer the congressional gains Democrats of 1974. This lead to the resignation of President Richard Nixon.

So let’s see what happens in the upcoming presidential election. Whether Trump will again win or not? Well, it’s really hard to predict anything right now. Stay tuned for more updates regarding the election.