This is a better than usual Monday morning, mostly because it’s 70 degrees in Chicago and I’ve been watching The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt nonstop on Netflix. But also because a number of liberal outlets have been posting this “damning” video of Ted Cruz “making a small child cry” at an event over the weekend.
Apparently, while addressing a small collection of New Hampshire voters as though that weren’t a precursor to exploring a Presidential run (after all, why else would you go to Nw Hampshire?), Ted Cruz told the audience that the world “is on fire,” and it made one little girl, Julie Trant, a bit concerned.
Now, while it may be understandable to be terrified of Ted Cruz, for various reasons and at various times, it seems fairly overblown to suggest that this three-year-old is going to be permanently scarred by her encounter with Senator Cruz. After all, that sequinned green top hat in the video frame is far more likely to give any reasonable person nightmares.
And even if she does acquire some concerns, they’ll only barely begin to prepare her for what her public school education has in store. After all, in her mind, at least according to her mother, Ted Cruz is the firefighter who will put the global blaze out, and the girl affectionately calls the man her “Uncle Cruz,” which is, in itself kind of scarring.
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