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12/30/2017

Year-End Roundup: The Five Best Ted Cruz Twitter Burns of 2017

Filed under: Uncategorized — Patterico @ 7:00 am

It’s the end of the year, and time for end-of-the-year roundups. Here are the Top Five Ted Cruz Twitter Burns of 2017:

1) Ted Cruz Pwns Deadspin

First, we have this exchange from January. The lefty site Deadspin asked for a picture of Ted Cruz playing basketball:

Cruz’s response:

(Hint: that’s not really him. It’s Duke’s Grayson Allen.) Deadspin made the mistake of responding in the following churlish fashion:

Cruz kept his cool and responded with this:

2) Ted Cruz Pwns New York Times Reporter

Then there is this, from August 14, 2017. A clueless New York Times reporter thought it would be clever to tweet this:

Cruz’s response:

Ouch!

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3) Ted Cruz Pwns Ben Sasse

After Ben Sasse did a humorous video apology to Ted Cruz for spilling a Dr. Pepper on him, a Twitter wag made this joke:

Sasse responded:

And Cruz’s response was a hilarious nod to the jokes about him being the Zodiac killer:

4) Ted Cruz Pwns Rand Paul

Rand Paul engaged in his traditional Festivus airing of grievances on Twitter again this year, and he took a couple of shots at Cruz in the process. Cruz had recently gotten into a fracas with Mark Hamill on Twitter, and Sen. Paul had this to say about it:

Cruz got back at Paul pretty good. Everyone I read this to said: “Whoa.”

Whoa.

Finally, we have this:

5) Ted Cruz Pwns Bernie Sanders

After Bernie Sanders suggested that we should make the GOP tax “cut” bill permanent:

Cruz responded with this:

Chances of this: zero. But it was good for Cruz to call Bernie’s bluff.

So there you have it: Ted Cruz’s Five Best Twitter Burns of 2017. Feel free to share it with friends.

[Cross-posted at RedState.]

2 Comments »

  1. I’m very thankful that he’s my Senator, and still hope that one day will be President.

    Comment by Sean — 12/30/2017 @ 7:34 am

  2. Ditto. I hope Texans aren’t the only ones who appreciate Cruz’s intellect and belief in conservative policies.

    Comment by DRJ — 12/30/2017 @ 8:03 am

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