At this stage of the game, it might be fair to ask if actor Seth Rogen is into bondage and discipline, because the more he gets spanked by Sen. Ted Cruz, the more Rogen comes back for another flogging.
Cruz, on the other hand, seems to have grown bored with the jousting as he finally went for the kill shot to mercifully bring matters to an end.
It all began when Rogen launched a profane attack on the Texas Republican, calling Cruz a “fascist” for criticizing President Joe Biden. The senator responded to what he called a “charming, civil, educated response” from the actor by reminding spectators that Rogen is a Hollywood elitist.
Rogen would double down on the profanity in coming back at Cruz in a tweet about the first movie the politician ever watched. In addition to reminding Rogen that Walt Disney was a Republican, Cruz ribbed him by saying “even though you behave online like a Marxist with Tourette’s (screaming “F U! F U!” is really, really clever), your movies are typically pretty funny. I’m sure you hate that I enjoy them.”
After Rogen’s vulgar tweet, Cruz got serious — likely leaving the actor curled up with his favorite blankee, awaiting the arrival of one of his therapists.
“All jokes aside,@Sethrogen is a moron,” he replied in a tweet. “It’s your party that believes in govt power: to shut your business, to oppress your faith & to censor your speech. Anyone who disagrees, they try to cancel. BTW, a lot of folks in Hollywood are conservative—& muzzled by the fascist Left.”
All jokes aside, @Sethrogen is a moron.
It’s your party that believes in govt power: to shut your business, to oppress your faith & to censor your speech.
Anyone who disagrees, they try to cancel.
BTW, a lot of folks in Hollywood are conservative—& muzzled by the fascist Left. https://t.co/i9o80vFtS0
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) January 24, 2021
All jokes aside, Rogen continued to engage, and while you may suspect he’s a glutton for punishment, it has been a while since the actor has drawn this much attention.
After being reminded of the Democrat’s false narrative against Cruz in relation to the recent attack on the U.S. Capitol, specifically a deranged claim that he tried to overthrow our government, Rogen would tweet, “Your lies got people killed. You have blood on your hands.”
(Because election integrity concerns are verboten in post-Obama America, where Big Tech and the corrupt media establishment not only control speech, but have become the self-appointed arbiters of the truth.)
With a little prodding from a liberal journalist, Rogen would also assume the role of martyr, sacrificing for the cause.
That’s why I’m doing it.
— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) January 24, 2021
He also tweeted that it’s “honestly way harder to write a good movie than become a senator.”
One thing is certain, aside from Donald Trump, no one brings out the crazies on the left as much a Cruz does — oh, how the folks who love to hate love to hate him!
At the same time, there are the occasional rational tweets, as seen here:
— quatum fisics 🚀 (@Alex_eddy21) January 25, 2021
— Fuzzy Chimp (@fuzzychimpcom) January 24, 2021
Seth you literally make movie for jokes. You’re advice literally means nothing in the real world
— Matt (@Pealtown17) January 24, 2021
All jokes aside. Do people really care what Seth Rogan thinks? For a long time, I just thought he was a well connected bad actor. Didn’t realize he was into politics.
— Chris (@Chris61752896) January 25, 2021
Ted, I have watched from the UK how you have bravely held strong under pressure while others have folded. I salute you.
If it weren’t so difficult, I’d love to bring my family to Texas from the UK. It seems like the last bastion of freedom left!!
How we have fallen here 😔
— T3mpletonPeck (@T3mpletonPeck) January 24, 2021
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