The liberal media that has been silent about Hunter Biden has now gone after Ted Cruz’s young daughter. The Dallas Observer slammed Senator Tex Cruz after discovering a TikTok video in which his 13-year-old daughter said she disagrees with her father.
Caroline Cruz told her TikTok audience about the difficulties of having a prominent politician for a father, and said that she doesn't always agree with him. "A lot of people judge me based upon him at first glance," Caroline said, "but I really disagree with most of his views."
"Dang," wrote the Dallas Observer. "That diss probably stung Cruz more than the time Caroline dodged his embrace on the campaign trail."
"I got a lot of new followers because of my father. I was thinking like, pros and cons, because some people are asking, I don't know," Caroline said.
She said the gifts are nice, but the security detail is not, and that on a Christmas card sent out by the family, "they literally made my shirt longer." She showed a photo of herself in the crop-top.
The Dallas Observer dredged up stories from former Trump aide Kellyanne Conway's family, and her teenage daughter's public disagreements with her, comparing her to Caroline Cruz.
The outlet dug into her tweets, such as when a user tweeted that her dad was "awesome" and she replied "ok." They slammed the family's Christmas card, saying that Caroline "looks miserable." It's as though they've never encountered a 13-year-old girl before. They conclude that perhaps "Caroline will get revenge at the ballot box," despite the fact that eventually would be 5 years away.
Corporate media has declined to report on the adult son of President Joe Biden and his notorious escapades. Hunter Biden, who left his laptop in a Delaware repair shop, abandoning it before it landed in the hands of the New York Post, which then reported, at length, on his illicit escapades and influence peddling, has been given a pass by corporate media outlets.
In fact, instead of report on his activities, outlets like NPR, The New York Times, and the Washington Post reported on why they would not report on Hunter Biden.
After the Dallas Observer published their story on the 13-year-old girl's TikTok remarks, The Dallas Morning News, Salon, and other outlets got in on the action. Twitter had lots to say about the targeting of Cruz's 13-year-old daughter.
Comparisons emerged about the willingness of corporate media to attack conservative politicians by using the remarks of their minor-aged children against them, while completely ignoring Hunter Biden's activities.