Triumph the insult dog meets Beto and Cruz

Written By: - Date published: 7:47 am, November 7th, 2018 - 6 comments
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If you have 10 minutes to waste and enjoy laughing uproariously I can recommend this video. Warning should not be watched while you are drinking coffee and the contents may be sprayed on your screen …


6 comments on “Triumph the insult dog meets Beto and Cruz”

  1. Cinny 1

    LMFAO !!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Thanks ever so much for sharing that was super funny, well worth the watch.

    The drone following the bus, the stickers, ducky dynasty cosplay convention, you can’t ignore me ted…. ROFL !!!

  2. Jeepers that was pretty good. ‘That’s not how you put on a t shirt’ lol and ‘lying Ted Cruz’ at the end did make me snort. Good stuff.

  3. SPC 3

    A confused voter remembers who Ted Cruz is before they vote.

    A Lion.
    A Lion of Taxes
    A Lion of booty in Taxes.

  4. Delia 4

    .. that dog is so naughty

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