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Partisan Shrew 'Washington Post' Cartoonist Portrays Cruz Children as Monkeys

Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, talks to supporters after filing papers to be on the Nation's earliest presidential primary ballot at the Secretary of State's office Thursday, Nov. 12, 2015, in Concord, N.H. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

UPDATE: WaPo removes cartoon, insincere apology sure to follow. The first tweet below has also been removed, so we’ve provided a screenshot. 

Another day, another MSM partisan hack mistakenly believing herself to be clever:

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This is a public portrayal of the children of a candidate of color, I might add. Not likely something that one would get away with were said candidate not an evil Republican. Cruz’s kids are 5 and 7, by the way. I’m so old I remember when there was a great outcry resulting in a job loss over private comments about a politician’s children. Ann Telnaes has justified her actions quite clearly, though:

Since Ms. Telnaes obviously has a firmly held conviction about this subject, one can only imagine the creative angst she’s suffered sitting on this since last summer:
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