Senator Ted Cruz began what many are referring to as a non-filibuster filibuster at 2:49 p.m. on the Senate floor. The Statesman announced more than once that he will continue to speak until he can no longer stand. Twenty minutes ago, he mentioned to those in attendance that it was 8:20, he will continue to speak until he can no longer stand and that he was feeling pretty good. (As of this posting, Cruzing 18.0 hours)
Below are a few highlighted moments of the non-filibuster filibuster that is still in session. Note, having only two hours sleep last night, I am a tad punchy and the videos are probably not in the exact order that they should be. Hopefully there is not much overlap. While viewing though, you will get the point. No doubt this is history in the making.
While watching bear in mind that less than a 1/2 dozen senators were on the senate floor last evening until this morning with Cruz. Everyone else was off in their own zone making it overwhelmingly obvious that the concerns of Statesmen Cruz, Lee and the American people mean nothing. Even Marco Rubio left the Senate floor last night to attend a fundraiser although to his credit, Rubio returned to the Senate floor at 6:05 a.m. (Trust me, I was taking notes)