Ted Cruz Chastises Beto O'Rourke For F-Bombs, But Only Makes Him Seem Cooler

The senator's jab followed the Texas GOP's mocking O'Rourke for having been in a band a long time ago.

Sen. Ted Cruz apparently thinks pointing out Rep. Beto O’Rourke’s penchant for dropping f-bombs along the Texas campaign trail is something he can use against his rival.

Based on the reaction to a tweet the Republican senator posted on Monday, that hypothesis is f**ked up.

The tweet features video of the Democratic candidate for senator cursing at various times during campaign events, along with a snide implication that an O’Rourke rally may get a little salty.

Although the ad might appeal to the pearl-clutching demographic, the effect so far seems to be similar to what happened last week when the Texas GOP tried to make O’Rourke look bad by pointing out he was once in a band.

In other words, it only made O’Rourke look cooler, possibly because studies show that people who curse may be more honest. That should be a hint for the man Donald Trump nicknamed “Lyin’ Ted.”

Many Twitter users found the attempt to make O’Rourke’s use of profanity a campaign issue ridiculous and were happy to clap back.

Of course, they had to mention that time Cruz’s Twitter account liked a faux-incest porn video.

Oh, and how Trump, Cruz’s rival during the 2016 presidential campaign, can swear up a storm.

Of course, someone had to bring up this little tidbit about how in his college years, the future senator allegedly walked around the girls’ dorm in a bathrobe.

Another person had a more serious point to make about Cruz. (The senator was born in Canada to a U.S.-citizen mother.)

One woman described what she claimed was the real atmosphere at O’Rourke rallies.

Another person praised Cruz and the Texas GOP for its very effective attack ads.

Real Clear Politics currently has Cruz up by 4.4 percentage points but is calling the Senate race a toss-up at this point.

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