Senator Ted Cruz fly’s to Mexico as Texans freeze in Sub-Zero temperatures killing more than 12

 

 

Senator Cruz fly’s to Mexico as Texans freeze in Sub-Zero temperatures killing more than 12. Social media is an uproar when they saw pictures of Ted Cruz at the airport flying to Mexico. Hashtag #CancunCruz in the trending hashtag of the day.

Texas local time to Cancun. The Houston Police Department was contacted by Cruz that he would be leaving for that flight to Cancun. The flight was  4:44 p.m.
Cruz did tweet out in defense. “I got no defense. A blizzard strikes Texas & our state shuts down. Not good.

 

 

On December, Cruz blasted Governor Gavin Newsom of California for breaking lockdown orders when he attended a dinner with other government officials with no social distancing, and nobody wearing masks at the French Laundry restaurant. Cruz also criticized Austin, Texas, Mayor Steve Adler, who flew to Mexico for his daughter’s wedding in November, urging Austin residents to stay home due to the pandemic.

 

Austin’s Mayor did a Facebook live telling everyone to drop their thermostats and turn off lights while wearing a light shirt and with accent lighting behind him. (He told people not to travel for the holidays in a Facebook Live filmed from a timeshare in Cabo.)

 

 

There’s not a ton that Texas Senator Ted Cruz can do to fix the problem now but it’s not a good look, bailing on Texas for a United flight out of Houston to Cancun, heading towards warm weather.

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