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Florida Sen. Marco Rubio released a new ad entitled, “Crime Spree” that mocks a Washington Post story revealing a 26-year-old misdemeanor arrest in 1990. Sen. Rubio was 18 years old at the time and was drinking a beer in a park after hours. He was never even taken into custody.
“Rubio, who has no history of criminal convictions, has never discussed his arrest publicly, and he did not mention it in his 2012 memoir, ‘An American Son,'” reported the Post on Thursday. “There’s no indication that Rubio was involved in any illegal activity other than drinking beer and being in a public park after closing.”
The Rubio camp ripped into the story by depicting supporters of rivals revealing Rubio’s chronic crime spree activity. Of course, the accusations are ridiculous.
“Marco Rubio double-dips potato chips,” says a woman wearing a Ted Cruz T-shirt.
“The man once took eleven items through the express line,” says someone in a