Marco Rubio’s extremely hot Cuban heeled boots!
Jabba the Trump and humanized blobfish Ted Cruz better brace themselves, because Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio is about to stomp all over them in his hot heels. Marco Rubio probably sang to himself, “These booties are made for stomping,” as he click clacked through a campaign stop in New Hampshire on Monday. Since this election has become bitchier than a Real Housewives reunion, Ted Cruz’s communications director Rick Tyler threw a little shade at Marco’s magnificent boot game with one tweet. (Note: The internet tells me that Marco Rubio is 5’10” and Ted Cruz is 5’8″, so this shade is covered with a thick layer of pure jealousy.)
A Vote for Marco Rubio Is a Vote for Men’s High-Heeled Booties
You know that Rick Tyler mess pulled out his fan and cooled himself off after issuing that BURN. But, bitch please, that tweet is going to backfire. If a vote for Marco Rubio is a vote for men’s high-heeled booties, then Marco Rubio just won Tom Cruise’s endorsement. Those hot heels are going to help Marco Rubio rise in the polls, because Tommy Girl is going to brainwash his Scientology minions into campaigning for him. Thanks to Rick Tyler, Rubio just won the man heels majority.
The Cut guessed that Marco’s booties were either made by Giorgio Brutini or Maison Margiela, but Rubio’s people commented on this important topic and let everyone know that his footwear of choice is Florsheim. via POLITICO
But Rubio’s campaign told POLITICO what the boots were, and they’re on the more modest end of speculation: a pair of Florsheims. Boots similar to Rubio’s on the Florsheim website sell for not much more than $100.
Florsheim, Brutini, Margiela, it doesn’t matter. The only thing that matters is that those Cuban heeled booties are the look. They are taking Marco Rubio up, up and away and his haters will have to pull out a ladder to try to snatch his wig. Click clack, click clack, work it, Rubio!
Marco Rubio is rocking some seriously fashionable black boots today in New Hampshire. pic.twitter.com/lwiSWuuCUt
— Michael Barbaro (@mikiebarb) January 4, 2016