Now, picture that this actually happened, but to GOP candidate Ted Cruz instead of you. Things suddenly get ten sorts of hilarious, because let's face it, the dude hosts some pretty vile opinions behind his melty ventriloquist puppet face. The Cruzodiac first surfaced in 2013, when Twitter randomly connected the two in mockery of a particularly clumsy speech he gave, and spent a few years on the back burner before his presidential candidacy caused it to resurface and spread like wildfire.
See? The resemblance is uncanny.
The fact that Cruz was born two years after the first Zodiac murder took place didn't matter. The internet had made up its mind. Despite the absurdity of the theory (or rather, because of it), social media and news sites alike caught on and had a Zodiac-themed field day at Cruz's expense. For a while, "Is Ted Cruz the Zodiac killer" was such a popular Google search that big G had to actually remove the phrase from its autocomplete suggestions. The pro-life Baptist Cruz even found himself featuring on Zodiac-themed black metal T-shirts, the profits of which went to support abortion rights, because sometimes karma likes to go balls deep.
The shirts have apparently raised at least $30,000. I suspect this is helped by the fact that they look nothing like Cruz.