On Tuesday, a scum-sucking, maggot-infested putrid piece of pale pig flesh cleverly disguised as a Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist with the Washington Post, (with apologies to maggots and pigs everywhere) posted a cartoon depicting the two young daughters of Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, as monkeys.
The disgusting cartoon was apparently in response to a parody ad in which Cruz read to his children.
That was all Ann Telnaes needed to attack his children.
Here’s her tweet — which was deleted about the time this post was published:
Just so you know, these are the two little children Telnaes depicted as monkeys:
The Post apparently came under heavy fire for the blatantly racist and despicable cartoon and pulled it with this explanation:
Editor’s note from Fred Hiatt: It’s generally been the policy of our editorial section to leave children out of it. I failed to look at this cartoon before it was published. I understand why Ann thought an exception to the policy was warranted in this case, but I do not agree.
According to the Post, Telnaes won a “Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning in 2001.”
The Post pulled her cartoon, but it still lives on Twitter.
Cruz responded to the cartoon with this:
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) December 22, 2015
Reaction to the disgusting post was swift and visceral:
@AnnTelnaes Looking for your cartoon of the Obamas' daughters drawn as monkeys. Hm. Can't find it.
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) December 22, 2015
@AnnTelnaes when did family values become a joke? He's a proud father. Or is that no longer normal?
— Nobody (@RosieInfidel) December 22, 2015
It only matters is the target is a Democrat. If it’s a Republican, all bets are off.
Anyone else find @AnnTelnaes 's obsession with mocking the Cruz kids kinda creepy?
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) December 23, 2015
It’s beyond creepy. It’s sick.
It’ll never happen.
We don’t need to imagine.
Do you equate other children to monkeys or just those with a parent of color? @AnnTelnaes
— Jon Gabriel (@exjon) December 23, 2015
Again, that depends on the political party of the target. Democrats are off-limits. Republicans, especially conservatives, are fair game.
Incidents like this are the reason we refer to the so-called mainstream media as the “Democrat-media complex” and it’s also one reason why so many in the country literally hate the media.
It’s a good thing the Post yanked the cartoon, but it also needs to post a very public apology to Cruz, his children and all conservatives.
- MSNBC’s Chris Matthews falsely claims Cruz, Fiorina encourage violence and enjoy it
- HuffPo foments violence against Ted Cruz with ‘The 13 Most Punchable Faces in Politics’
- The left’s answer for what ails America: Murder conservatives, NRA members
- Liberal talker Mike Malloy offers weapon to murder Sen. Ted Cruz
- Yes, Virginia, there is a Democrat-media complex