Ted Cruz Sorry/Not Sorry About Losing the Vampire Vote
Texas senator responds to True Blood episode in which Republicans are murdered at a Ted Cruz fundraiser.
July 22, 2014 - 7:08 pm
Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) responded on Facebook to a True Blood episode that featured a storyline with a massacre at a fundraiser for Ted Cruz at the George W. Bush Presidential Library. In the episode, a pair of left-leaning vampires show up at the Republican fundraiser to search for the parents of their enemy. Pam, the female vampire, catches a glimpse of herself in a mirror with a sparkly dress and big hair and exclaims, “I’m a Republican!” Except instead of “Republican” she invents a sexually crude word that’s not worth repeating here because it’s juvenile and debauched. After Pam recovers from her shock at looking like a Republican, a bloody massacre ensues at the gala.
On his personal Facebook page, Cruz said he never expected to turn up on the “misogynist and profanity-ridden” show. “I’m sorry to have lost the vampire vote,” Cruz wrote, “but am astonished (and amused) that HBO is suggesting that hard-core leftists are blood-sucking fiends.”
But in retrospect, Cruz acknowledged that he probably never had a chance with the hard-core leftist blood suckers:
Then again, I guess I never had a chance w/ the vampire vote since the dead tend to vote overwhelmingly for Dems: https://t.co/U6uCqsRpuS
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) July 22, 2014
Cruz’s senior communications advisor (and frequent tag-team Twitter partner) Amanda Carpenter agreed:
True Blood plot showing vampires crashing Cruz fundraiser clearly false. Everyone knows dead people vote Democrat.
— Amanda Carpenter (@amandacarpenter) July 22, 2014