Today, in Backpfeifengesicht News

H/T Scissorhead Dennis Cole

It’s unfair to deprive the world of his beauty:

Cruz joins Paul in ditching mask despite CDC recommendations

Sen. Ted Cruz is no longer wearing a face mask as he walks the halls of the Capitol complex or goes to the Senate floor for debates and votes.

“At this point I’ve been vaccinated. Everybody working in the Senate has been vaccinated,” the Texas Republican told CNN, even though many staff members and reporters in the Capitol have not been vaccinated.

Cruz defended his decision to drop using the mask even after being told that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is still recommending people who have been vaccinated wear masks in public.

“CDC has said in small groups, particularly with people who were vaccinated don’t need to wear masks,” he responded as he climbed into a small Capitol elevator with two aides, both of whom were wearing masks.

In other words, Ayatollah Ted is still an asshole.

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20 Responses to Today, in Backpfeifengesicht News

  1. Bruce388 says:

    I saw a sign awhile back: “Wear a mask. You ugly.” That sign could have been pointing directly to Rafael.

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  2. Scottie says:

    Hello TG. Again Cruz needs to act out to get attention as no one cares what he does normally. Sadly to get attention he pretends to be a bad boy, a rebel. A rebel who ran to Mexico when things were too cold for him a wealthy man to stand that the poor in his state could not escape. A tough guy who dressed up in camo and military gear to ride a gun boat on a shallow river kids cross to enter the US, just in case those kids might be hungry enough to ask him for some of his food. He cares so much about his fellow workers he knows that many staffers have yet to be offered the chance to get vaccinated, but cares so little for the non-wealthy working peons that … oh well he will have another staffer send them a get-well card in the hospital or fire them when they don’t show up at work. Yes we know Cruz, the kid that other kids only invited to their birthdays because their parents bribed them to do so. Hugs

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    • After the first time, the parents have got a load of this mean little Eddie Munster knock-off, he is not invited back.

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      • Scottie says:

        Hello Pharmakeus Ubik. Oh wow, as I am not a parent, I never thought of that, but yes, I so agree. Those vomits wouldn’t be invited back anywhere decent people gather. Thanks. Hugs


    • R White says:

      At this point, he and the other ‘leaders’ within the morally bankrupt republican cult, especially those within the antiquated senate, are all engaging in performance art.

      Doubtful that these handmaidens to the inbred wealthy know the first thing about crafting or initiating worthwhile legislation into applicable law.

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      • spotthedog says:

        “Performance art” is a very good description of what they do, and yet Rand Paul accused Dr. Fauci of being “theatrical” by simply continuing to wear a mask. Dramatic outrage is all they’ve got, when that quits selling as well as it has, they are in deep doodoo – I look forward to that.

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  3. Sirius Lunacy says:

    Also, as a so called leader, it is a god idea to wear a mask as encouragement for others to do the same, We still have a long way to go before the whole country is vaccinated.

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  4. Boris says:

    …as if we needed even further proof.


  5. Buttermilk Sky says:

    I hate this asshole for making me agree with John Boehner.

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  6. roket says:

    Ted Cruz is giving Ted Nugent a run for his money.


  7. schmice3 says:

    “In other words, Ayatollah Ted is still an asshole.” Yes. Go to the head of the class.

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