Writing in Psychology Today, Cytowic noted that Cruz’s “atypical expressions” left him “uneasy,” and that he was not alone among people who have watched Cruz up-close and from afar.
Boy did that trigger my attention! So even professionals have experienced the very same “creepy” feelings the average person is now experiencing. Finally there is evidence that it is not just a vendetta found and shared among Trump supporters, nor is it sour grapes…what is sour is the man’s body language, robotic wind up drama poses, his lack of real expression, and his department store mannequin demeanor.
It’s great to know that a neurologist has seen, felt and spoken up about the very same concerns the man and his image project, before we ever get into his stolen policy issues or campaign voter fraud.
Excerpt from Tom Boggioni article (link below)
“Note how many colleagues and former associates ‘loathe’ him. A Bush alumnus told the New York Times’ Frank Bruni, ‘Why do people take such an instant dislike to Ted Cruz? It just saves time.’ Former Senate Majority leader Bob Dole says, ‘Nobody likes him,’ while Rep. Peter King sees ‘malice.'” Cytowic wrote. “According to The Washington Post, screenwriter Craig Mazin, Cruz’s former Princeton roommate, has called him a ‘huge asshole,’ and ‘creepy.’ He’s Tweeted, ‘Getting emails blaming me for not smothering Ted Cruz in his sleep in 1988.’ The distaste for Cruz even extends beyond the US: Germans say Backpfeifengesicht, meaning a face in need of a good punch.”
According to Cytowic, the distaste for Cruz’s face starts with his smile. “
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