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Hollywood Liberal Posts Damning Quote Attributed to Ted Cruz — Except It's Fake. She Later Apologizes, Sort of.

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“You are blight on the soul of humanity. Get off of my planet."

Rose McGowen in September 2013 in New York City. (Image source: John Parra/WireImage)

A day after actress Rose McGowan posted to her Twitter account a damning, made-up quote attributed to Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz, the former "Charmed" star issued an apology — sort of.

Rose McGowen in September 2013 in New York City. (Image source: John Parra/WireImage)

The made-up quote McGowan posted is part of meme from the website "Stop the World, the Teabaggers Want to Get Off," and includes a photo of Cruz standing next to Josh Duggar, who has apologized for “teenage mistakes” connected to decade-old child molestation charges.

Here's what the meme has the Texas senator saying on May 22: “While there may have been an age difference, Josh Duggar’s transgressions are far less an affront to God than what gays do with each other.”

Image source: The Gateway Pundit via Twitter (profanity redacted)

McGowan's post included commentary on the fake Cruz quote: “You are blight on the soul of humanity. Get off of my planet. #TedCruz #f***wits #rapists #criminals”

The next morning, after having been hit with responses letting her know she was spreading a falsehood about Cruz, a profane McGowan at first appeared defiant:

Image source: The Gateway Pundit via Twitter (profanity redacted)

But then she relented, issuing a sort-of apology with — you guessed it — more profanity and stereotyping:

Image source: The Gateway Pundit via Twitter (profanity redacted)

"I’m sorry I said #TedCruz liked child molesters. OK?" McGowan finally tweeted. "No (sic) go back to hating gays ..."

(H/T: TwitchyThe Gateway Pundit)

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