No it’s not April Fool’s, no it’s not a misunderstanding, this happened and the Internet is about as shocked as you.
Senator Ted Cruz, known for taking a side against the adult entertainment industry, has found his account in a rather ‘sticky’ situation. Pun intended, but suitably so. Last night, the account liked a Reality Kings scene starring Cory Chase.
The tweet with the video Cruz’s account liked still exists online, though it can no longer be found on Cruz’s page.
Frankly, there were only two possible solutions to this, and the Internet already knew what was coming: scapegoat or claimed it was hacked.
I can’t wait for Ted Cruz to tell millions of people who know exactly how Twitter works that he was hacked or made a mistake.
— Tony Posnanski (@tonyposnanski) September 12, 2017
The irony of this situation is not lost on many in the adult industry, who remember well the law he fought for to ban sex toys.
So other adult brands chimed in as well:
— Pornhub ARIA (@Pornhub) September 12, 2017
Well I guess @tedcruz and I both like MILFs
— YouPorn Katie 🐝 (@YouPorn) September 12, 2017
And of course, this conversation on ironic Twitter mishaps wouldn’t be complete with the brand who’s content is the real star here. Reality Kings offered Ted Cruz a lifetime membership.
— Reality Kings (@RealityKings) September 12, 2017