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Ted Cruz Won’t Like Jimmy Kimmel’s Photoshop Work

The love between Ted Cruz and Jimmy Kimmel has never faltered, and to complicate matters, Ted has a tendency to ignore serious issues and provide trivial returns. And this week, that pattern returned to Ted’s love of basketball. This affects Working day of the Supreme Court, when he (according to former colleagues, who has talked to New York Times) is used to relax on court by shouting “my bad!” while he “crazily elbows” in games. (Basketball + Elbow = I don’t understand why Heidi wants him to go on vacation with her in Cancun.)

This week, Kimmel took Ted down by lumping him into one group of “Scums” (people who want to “scare the elderly” by drawing Dr. Fauci as a villain). Of course, Ted responded by completely ignoring what Kimmel accused Cruz of doing, and instead, the malignant senator from Texas. focus on what’s important by posting a clip of “I kicked him in the ass.”

Naturally, Kimmel was bound to accommodate this, and he did not disappoint. After the 3:15 minutes above, Kimmel gave his own trivial response. In doing so, he joins Cruz Land while stating, “You can still post photos of public figures whether they want to or not.” Here’s what: “For example, if you wanted to share this photo where we took Ted Cruz sitting on a hot dog, well, that’s perfectly fine.” Then the stone man. “And since it’s okay, you should do it. Use the hashtag #HotDogTeddy. ”

The corresponding tweet must happen.

And retweets happen too. One user noted that Kimmel “is giving Cruz WAY more than he deserves” given the size of this hot dog. That is a fair point.

Cruz has yet to acknowledge this latest feud, but you know it’s seeping into his flesh. You have to really absorb now. Time to book a fight to Cancun!

https://uproxx.com/tv/ted-cruz-jimmy-kimmel-hot-dog-photo-feud/ Ted Cruz Won’t Like Jimmy Kimmel’s Photoshop Work

JOE HERNANDEZ

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