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I don't know if I've mentioned this before, but nobody likes Ted Cruz.

He's so unlikable that Carnival has taken to calling their vessels “Cornyn ships.” Ted Cruz is so unlikable, he's only allowed to have a “Book” page, no “Face.” If you inadvertently rescue Ted Cruz during the Kobayashi Maru test, you still lose.

But the Republican senator from Texas has probably just done the most likable thing he has ever done by getting busted for “liking” a porn video on Twitter:

Early Tuesday morning, for reasons that will no doubt become clear sometime soon, Ted Cruz’s Twitter account faved an extremely explicit porn video from the account @SexuallPosts. (This should be fairly clear at this point, but the tweet is NSFW. Click at your own risk.) The two-minute video features woman who comes home to find a couple has broken into her house and are having sex on her couch.

That's really all I can say in these wholesome pages, but if you want to see the extremely NSFW and sexually graphic tweet, go ahead.

I'm sure there will be a reasonable explanation for this soon, perhaps that Cruz mixed up the “Like” button and the “Pray for Their Souls” button, because they do look very similar.

In the meantime, though, the Twitter account in question is taking full advantage of the situation, tweeting “Thanks for watching, Ted,” and rolling out what might be the worst advertising slogan in the history of porn:

@SexuallPosts/Twitter

I don't know for sure, but I strongly believe that even Ted Cruz doesn't want to think about Ted Cruz while he's watching porn.

If you're like me, your first reaction was probably "There's porn on Twitter? Outrageous!" [follow].

But my second reaction is that this is a very human moment for Ted Cruz, and while he will no doubt ruin it by saying whatever he says next (on any topic), for this one brief shining moment, he's just like the rest of us. Except me, I don't watch that filth.

To cleanse your sullied brains, watch Ted Cruz talk about God below, via CBN.

Please note: This is a commentary piece. The views and opinions expressed within it are those of the author only and do not necessarily reflect the editorial opinion of IJR.

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