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John Kasich Super PAC' 'Nose' Ad Against Ted Cruz Must Be Seen To Believe

Is this the king of all creepy political ads this campaign season?

This is not an April Fool's prank. I repeat. This is not an April Fool's prank.

I think we've all seen whacked out political ads produced by Super PACs, (Demon Sheep) special interest groups and political campaigns over the years, but this, just released by a pro-Kasich Super PAC called New Day for America, ranks right up there with the most bizarre.

I've written many times about Ted Cruz's penchant for lying without impunity. He is easily the smoothest of any liar I've ever seen. Even though Trump lies just as much, without the style, he labeled Cruz "Lyin' Ted," for what he did to Ben Carson's campaign, but you really need to check the fact checkers after a debate to understand what type of liar he really is.

That being said, the "Nose," is one of the craziest and creepiest political ads of all time.

Many just call him “Lyin’ Ted”

Lied about Ben Carson to steal a win in Iowa.

Lies about being the best for the GOP when the polls show he can’t even beat Hillary Clinton.

His TV ad about John Kasich, lie.

Stations had to pull it off the air.

If Ted Cruz’s mouth is moving, he’s lying.

Is that a nose, a xenomorph or a phallic symbol being wrapped around Cruz' neck?

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