New York Post stalked Ted Cruz in Cancun with taking photos (Twitter wouldn’t ban them for this)

With New York the epicenter of controversy with a failed, corrupt and coward of a governor, it seems the New York Post has the time to stalk Ted Cruz when he was in Cancun with his family, and take photos of him on the beaches of Cancun. Unlike when they revealed the Hunter Biden laptop story in October, this wouldn’t get them a ban or lockout from Twitter, instead it will likely be used on every left wing media and “news” propaganda to bash Cruz. I guess the New York Post which is owned by the owners of Fox News is trying to get back into the good graces with all the communists in Manhattan.

New York Post stalked Ted Cruz in Cancun with taking photos (Twitter wouldn’t ban them for this)
New York Post stalked Ted Cruz in Cancun with taking photos (Twitter wouldn't ban them for this)

Regardless of what you think of Ted Cruz and his family trip to Mexico, ask yourself this. Would the New York Post, Faux News, or the rest of the lame stream media care if a Democrat did the exact same thing? They hardly pay any attention to Andrew Cuomo and his nursing home scandal as it is, which is far more egregious than what Cruz did. Cruz didn’t kill anyone, Cuomo basically killed thousands.

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