OK, I’m going to post a language warning right here, and right now. If you don’t like invective, stop reading and go away, because this is going to be bad.
A Washington Post editorial cartoonist decided it was a wise idea to draw Ted Cruz’s little girls as monkeys in a cartoon yesterday. Monkeys. Not as “monkey-like characters,” as CNN claims, but actual monkeys.
Can you imagine the outrage if the President or his family members were portrayed in such a manner? As monkeys? People would be fired, right? Oh… they were! And there was an apology letter and everything!
But instead of admitting the cartoon was in poor taste and apologizing for targeting Ted Cruz’s innocent children, the turd burglar in question doubled down on the stupid.
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Cartoonist Ann Telnaes is a vile, syphilitic cunt.
There. I said it.
No, I don’t care if she’s won the Pulitzer. No, I don’t give a rat’s flying fuck if she’s won numerous awards for her drawings. I don’t care if she’s a liberal. I don’t give a squatting, flailing, fetid, quiffing, ass munching fuck what her beliefs are.
She’s an odious, sub-human piece of shit.
The Washington Post removed an editorial cartoon depicting Ted Cruz’s daughters as monkeys from its website Tuesday after the GOP presidential candidate lashed out at the paper.
You guys know me. I’m a mom first. Targeting any child, regardless of parents’ party affiliation, political status, or government position is just a big, fat “NO” in my book.
These are little girls. They can’t fight back. This donkey-humping, cock-chomping bag of fug targeted the weakest and most innocent among us, and then tried to explain away her scummery, because history or something.
— Ann Telnaes (@AnnTelnaes) December 23, 2015
And because Ted Cruz put them out there in a political ad, so it’s perfectly OK to draw his little girls as fucking monkeys in this loathsome creature’s twisted world!
Ted Cruz has put his children in a political ad- don’t start screaming when editorial cartoonists draw them as well. https://t.co/7hafBacOiK
— Ann Telnaes (@AnnTelnaes) December 22, 2015
It is difficult for me to even stomach this foul gargoyle’s supposed logic!
She obviously hasn’t heard of the first rule of holes.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign in April aired an ad inspired by her mother Dorothy Rodham, who was abandoned by her parents at the age of 8 and sent to live live with grandparents who didn’t want her.” Did Telnaes draw Clinton’s mom as one of those abandoned dogs you see in ASPCA ads?
Oh, would that have been in poor taste? You mean it’s not OK to target an innocent family member simply because a political candidate happens to put her out there in a political ad? After all, Hillary Clinton put her mom out there, so wouldn’t it only be fair for that shitslurping sack of monkey jizz to draw her in a political cartoon?
And hell, Hillary Clinton invoked her granddaughter in a September TV spot. She put her out there, right? So that sweet, innocent baby is fair game for her political cartoons as well, right?
At least the Post had enough sense to pull that noxious piece, although an apology was just too much to ask for, I guess.
It’s OK. They’re not human. They’re just Republicans, so apologizing to them would be something akin to inviting that illegal alien who cuts your shrubbery in your house for a drink of water. You’ll hire him, but no way you’ll let him soil your freshly shampooed rug with his filthy shoes! That’s a bridge too far, right editorial page editor Fred Hiatt? You can’t be seen apologizing to those nasty Republicans for not fucking DOING. YOUR. JOB, you turd gobbling shit weasel!
The Washington Post needs to issue a gorram apology. Like, yesterday.
For targeting innocent children in their froth-flecked campaign to destroy political opponents.
For opportunistically shitting on two defenseless little girls.
For what they would enthusiastically label as racism had the target been anyone but a conservative Republican.
For their lack of class.
For their absence of simple human decency.
This isn’t about politics. It’s about simple decorum.
Cue “But… But… But… Limbaugh compared Chelsea Clinton to a dog” screeches in 3…2…1…