Ted Cruz gets thrown for a loop

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If one were to look up the word “sleazebag” in a dictionary, I firmly believe that the face of one Ted Cruz might just be listed as the definition. Senator Cruz (sleazebag-insurrection party-Texas) stands for absolutely everything that is wrong with the Republican party. And now the Texas “senator” is in prime tweet mode.

Cruz seems to be very angry at one Brian Williams (MSNBC host who tells it like it is) because Williams is getting to the toxic Texan.

Williams has branded Ted “Kremlin Cruz.” Williams was also pretty pissed about Teddy boy’s comments about our military being “emasculated.”

Williams had this to say: “Cruz never served, but he did go to Princeton and Harvard Law Schools…and briefly to Cancun.”

Ain’t snark great? These comments seem to have thrown Cruz for a loop. Because now Brian Williams is living rent-free inside the terrible Texan’s head.

Ted could not or would not stop tweeting about all this for the last few days, to the delight of many on Twitter. He at times sounded like a whiny five-year-old which I believe he is, emotionally anyway.

Cruz called Williams “pitiful” and tweeted about Williams-again-and again-and-again. The tweets would not stop. It is a wonder that the pitiful senator did not get carpal tunnel syndrome from all these tweets-who knows, perhaps he did.

But then there was the reaction of many of his followers. Faster than one could say “triggered,” these lovely folks were on it.

   

The ratioing began, starting slowly, like an ocean wave and then building in intensity, finally enveloping the bratty tweets of the Texas betrayer. It was a sight to see. Perhaps Cruz should find a safe space. Or maybe he should get his lying bones off the internet and do something to help the American people for once.

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