Watch Triumph the Insult Comic Dog Roast Ted Cruz to His Face

Triumph Insult Comic Dog: Ted Cruz So Racist He Got 9 AM Hour of ‘Today’

Triumph Insult Comic Dog: Ted Cruz So Racist He Got 9 AM Hour of ‘Today’

The infamous hand puppet appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Monday night after coming face-to-face with the Texas Senate candidates. He first stops at a rally for Beto O'Rourke, where he jokes that all the supporters share the same Netflix account.

He also talks about voter disenfranchisement and the repeated attempts to keep people of color from voting. "We think he's pretty important and we're honored that he was here". I have a preexisting condition that makes me vomit out of my eyes whenever I look at you. With that in mind, Triumph the Insult Comic Dog strapped on a little cowboy hat and headed down to the Lone Star State to ask the candidates questions like "What's Ted Cruz have that you don't have?" You can see Beto trying (and failing) not to laugh.

People have compared Cruz to the Zodiac killer, which Triumph called unfair, "since his plan to end Obamacare would kill way more people - I mean way, way, way, way more people!" "Just remember", Cruz cautioned Triumph. "Because he's a ugly fish monster!" Conservatism is a hell of a drug. At one point, while interviewing some Cruz supporters, Triumph takes the Zodiac joke to an unexpected place.

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Cruz responded to the tweet yesterday, calling out the "Hollywood liberals all in for Beto" and pointing out that the actor "made a mistake here: Vampires are dead, and everyone knows the dead vote Democrat...." "I support spaying and neutering, just like Trump did to you", Triumph quickly shot back, adding his trademark catchphrase, "I kid!"

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