This is Ellen Page. Study her for a moment, won’t you?
Look upon her face. Reflect upon what you know about her. Now ask yourself this: Is Ellen Page even capable of “hate”? I mean, really.
Ellen Page is the kind of person who probably gets sad just thinking about mean people. She’s like the gentlest, kindest, sweetest celebrity on the planet. She’s Canadian, for God’s sake!
This is Ellen Page’s “mean” face.
When you look at Ellen Page, do you think hateful fascist?
But see, that’s what Ted Cruz thinks of Ellen Page. Why? Because last week, during the Iowa State Fair, Ellen Page — likely war criminal — asked Cruz, “What about the question about LGBT people being fired for being gay-trans?”
THAT HATEFUL MONSTER.
How dare the woman who probably actually killed Tupac ask Ted Cruz such an abominable question.
How did he answer, anyway?
“Well, what we�re seeing right now, we�re seeing Bible-believing Christians being persecuted for living according to their faith.”
Good one, Ted! I bet when people complain about police brutality in the black community, he likes to remind everyone that white people sometimes have to wait for minutes at Starbucks, too. And sometimes, we don’t have want those fancy espresso drinks! We just want a coffee and a birthday-cake pop! Why aren’t their separate lines!?
Anyway, when asked later about terrorist Ellen Page’s dastardly, evil line of questioning at the state fair, Ted Cruz basically suggested that Ellen Page wanted pour gasoline over every Christian in the world and throw matches at them.
�And what we�re seeing right now is this liberal fascism and intolerance,� Cruz opined. �Their object is to persecute, to punish, to fine any Bible-following Christian or believer that believes in the biblical definition of marriage as the union of one man and one woman.�
�There are some activists who, frankly, manifest a hatred and intolerance for Christians, who are persecuting Christians. That is unfortunate. As I said, I think we should love everybody.�
Man, you should’ve seen all that hate Ellen Page was manifesting. You could practically see the rabid foam spewing from her mouth.
And by “I think we should love everyone,” what Ted Cruz no doubt meant was, “We should love everyone who believes in the same things I do, even if they are child-molesting, philandering assholes who pay for sex with prostitutes.”
via Raw Story