Hollyweird Actor Gets Roasted By Senator Cruz
Twitter lets people talk that might not ever normally get the chance, but that's not always a good thing. Actor Ron Pearlman famous for his portrayal of Hellboy and role on Sons of Anarchy decided to put his two cents in on U.S. soccer team. Pearlman started off by getting into it with Florida Matt Gaetz before he moved on to Jim Jordan, but unlucky for him, he attracted the attention of Senator Ted Cruz.
The whole exchange started over Rep Matt Gaetz explaining that he felt the U.S. soccer team should have to stand for the National Anthem. Gaetz felt if they are going to play under the American flag they can at least respect it. This apparently offended Pearlman.
Pearlman decided to include Rep Jim Jordan for some reason and bashed his appearance.
— Ron Perlman (@perlmutations) June 15, 2020
Cruz saw this and decided to step in and properly handle this actor.
"Listen Hellboy. You talk good game when you’ve got Hollywood makeup & stuntmen. But I’ll bet $10k—to the nonpolitical charity of your choice—that you couldn’t last 5 min in the wrestling ring w/ @Jim_Jordan w/o getting pinned. You up for it? Or does your publicist say too risky?"
Pearlman dodged this tweet like the plague since Jordan was a wrestling coach as well as a college wrestler and decided he'd rather take on Cruz.
"Wait, is this THEE Ted Cruz? Holy shit man! Is this the same guy let little Donnie call his wife A dog and his father an assassin and now kisses his ass? Yo, can I get your autograph man?"
"I tell you what teddy boy, since mentioning jim jordan and wrestling is... problematic, why don’t we say fuck him and just make it you & me. I’ll give 50k to Black Lives Matter and you can keep all the tax payer money you were thinking of spending."
Cruz was ready for him and fired back.
"I get it, you’re rich. But, apparently, soft. You sure seem scared to wrestle Jordan (whom you keep insulting).
Can’t take the heat? Need to get a manicure?"
Ron Pearlman backpedaled fast when it came to the idea of actually having to face off against the guy he was called ugly. Cruz was just defending his colleague here and showed pretty clearly that Pearlman is afraid to faceoff against Rep Jim Jordan.