Ted Cruz’s Official Twitter Account Accidentally ‘Liked’ A Porn Video And Everyone Online Can’t Stop LOLing

Ted cruz speaking at a voter summit
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Finally! He’s back! Ted Cruz was my absolute favorite thing about the 2016 presidential election, and it’s not because I liked any of his policies at all — he was just so unfortunately awkward that I couldn’t help but laugh. And the memes! I lived for them.

Those were simpler times — since then, the world has definitely gone to shit. But don’t worry, our good friend Cruz is back to give us some well-deserved laughs. This morning he opened the Pandora’s Box of the Twitterverse when his official account “liked” a porn clip from @SexuallPosts.

L.M.A.O.

Cruz has since “unliked” the post and has blamed a staff member for the ordeal (a likely story…), but honestly, IDGAF and neither does the rest of the Internet. We’re too busy laughing.

Seriously, we can’t unsee this.

Even his old college roommate weighed in, and thank god because I might be kind of in love with him.

Let’s just say @SexuallPosts is liking the free advertising.

Okay, let me be 100% real right now. Do I care if someone watches porn? Of course not, IDGAF about what you do on your own time. Do I care if Ted Cruz watches porn? Hell yes, because he’s continuously said terrible things about people who masturbate and who are sex positive, and it turns out that he’s no different. Sorry, Ted, but this is what I call karma. TC mark

Callie Byrnes

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