Ted Cruz’ Whole Campaign Could Be Over If This Accusation Is True

Ted Cruz

This damning accusation could spell the end of Ted Cruz’s presidential hopes if it proves to be true.

My San Antonio reports that a “mysterious dude in Iowa is following Ted Cruz around and accusing him of liking Nickelback.”

“Nickelback is a Canadian band that has become synonymous with bad musical taste,” according to a report by The Washington Post.

Several sightings of him appearing outside of Cruz campaign events have been posted to Twitter showing him holding a sign that reads: “Ted Cruz Likes Nickelback.”

In most of the images, he is merely holding up his sign, but as The Washington Post reports, last “Saturday, he showed up outside a rally hosted by Cruz’s super PAC. He was dressed in a Royal Canadian Mounted Police uniform and stood behind Canadian flags he placed in the ground, as well as a picture of Cruz’s face inside a maple leaf – very similar to an image put in an ad by a super PAC supporting Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla).”

According to Washington Post, “The young man would not give his name or his affiliation, despite boasting that photos of him have whipped around the Internet, and that one appeared on the front page of The Wall Street Journal.”

“They’re both Canadian,” he said.

He has also been handing out copies of Cruz’s birth certificate. You might recall that Cruz was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada; Nickelback is also from Alberta.

The man told reporters: “I just don’t want, really, a Canadian in office. It seems like he’s got a lot of controversy behind him whether he’s a U.S.-born citizen or not and I’m just out here making a statement.”

Nickelback themselves weighed in on the affair in a tweet earlier this month:

Below, you can see the man donning a Royal Canadian Mounted Police uniform followed by a few more select example of him in action.

(Visited 43 times, 1 visits today)

Follow Me

Samuel Warde

Samuel is a writer, social activist, and all-around troublemaker.
Follow Me

Latest posts by Samuel Warde (see all)

You must be logged in to post a comment Login