"I need a bogel for the glotch."
Put that dictionary down: this sentence means nothing. But out of Ted Cruz's mouth, dubbed in by the diabolical pranksters of the "Bad Lip Reading" YouTube channel, it means everything.
This year's Republican presidential primary has been an unprecedented circus. Composure and classicism is out the window. Every few weeks, Cruz, Donald Trump, Marco Rubio take the debate stage to call each other names, whatever words can cut through the cacophony. Away from the action, they deliver heartfelt speeches in attempts to woo the undecided. The words are broad, the words are loaded. Very little of it means anything, and no matter where you stand on the political spectrum, the hoopla is a sight to be seen and heard.
The latest Bad Lip Reading dismantles Ted Cruz categorically wriggling demeanor. That is to say, there's no way the Texas Senator is actually the Zodiac Killer, but you can see how the Internet wound up there. The Bad Lip Reading video rescripts Cruz's speeches and taped interviews to amplify the creep factor tenfold.