‘Un-Christian liar’ Ted Cruz pummeled for lie blaming Joe Biden for totally non-existent ‘ban’ on Dr. Seuss Books
Ted Cruz. (Fox News/screen grab)

U.S. Senator Ted Cruz is joining the right wing pile-on attacking liberals for a ban that does not exist on Dr. Seuss books – but the Republican from Texas is going one step further, placing blame for the non-existent ban directly on President Joe Biden.

Among those lying about the "cancel culture" banning of Dr. Suess are Fox News' Ainsley Earhardt, who said on Tuesday, “There's this cancel culture trying to cancel Dr. Seuss now." Donald Trump, Jr. also lied, telling Earhardt, "You know they're canceling Dr. Seuss from reading programs," which is false.

Glenn Beck lied, saying, “They have now banned six books from Dr. Seuss," although like everyone else, he never said who "they" are.

There is absolutely no "ban" on Dr. Seuss. Dr. Seuss has not been banned, nor has Dr. Seuss been canceled.

Dr. Seuss Enterprises last year decided six of the beloved author's 60 books do not meet their standards. Some were written nearly a century ago, and the company that owns the copyright to the Seuss books decided to stop licensing those six lesser-known books over depictions of racism they admit are "hurtful and wrong."

Enter Senator Cruz, fresh from lying last week about Attorney General nominee Judge Merrick Garland.

Senator Ted Cruz has decided the "they" in "they are banning" is none other than President Joe Biden.

Wednesday Cruz tweeted a photo that supposedly depicts the top eight best-selling Seuss books – none of which are being discontinued.

He claimed President Biden is responsible for increased sales of the books.

Perhaps being dissatisfied with the degree of lying – in this case apparently thinking he had not lied enough, Cruz dashed off yet another tweet, this time trying to make some cash on the deal.

Many on social media expressed outrage. Some noted that Cruz's book was a bestseller in large part because it was purchased in bulk which may have violated FEC rules.