Published: Sat, February 20, 2021

Did Ted Cruz let down his Texas constituents?

Did Ted Cruz let down his Texas constituents?

Photographs of Mr. Cruz at the airport with his wife and daughter as well as onboard an airplane went viral on Twitter Wednesday night.

'Don't vote for anyone you wouldn't trust with your drug, ' Clinton tweeted Friday morning. Narrowly reelected to the Senate in 2018, he won't face voters in Texas again until 2024.

Livia Trevino, a 24-year-old whose Austin home was still without water Thursday, said she felt abandoned by government leaders.

"This has been an infuriating week for Texans", he said.

Demonstrators stand in front of Cruz's Houston home demanding his resignation.

Their trip was met with a great deal of criticism, as Cruz was lambasted for jetting to a fancy hotel while his constituents went without power, hot water and heat.

Live footage of Ted Cruz arriving back in Texas.

After he returned home, Cruz told reporters that he "made a mistake" and that he started having "second thoughts" as soon as he boarded the plane on Wednesday.

Earlier, Hannity said that he and Cruz, along with Gov. Greg Abbott, had known how severe the cold wave would be."I have a piece of this story that nobody knows, that you know to be true and Governor Abbott knows to be true", Hannity said.

'I was trying to be a dad, ' he explained.

We're running a Twitter poll asking our viewers if they were offended by the senator's decision. The missive also included a shrill video tantrum about just how unfairly people are treating Cruz for wanting to sip margs on the beach while his constituents burn their furniture to stay warm. But even if what he said is true, his flight is still not a good look.

In his statement, Cruz said that his family had lost heat and power as well. We have a fireplace!

He said they had asked to go on a trip with friends, given that school was cancelled for the week, and he was flying back on Thursday. "We don't have water, and we don't have food", she said.

The weaselly, duplicitous, tough-talking middle-management type villain who sets bad things in motion, or completely denies they are happening until it is far too late.

'I had initially planned to stay through the weekend and work remotely there.

'Because the crisis here in Texas you need to be on the ground, because as much as you can do by phone and Zoom, it's not the same. "In the meantime in Texas. millions of people found themselves caught in the bad situation of not having electricity and heating at home, a few tens of people even lost their lives because of this". Okay - now I'm really really really mad!' said one person.

Some suggested that animal welfare charities should step in. "I didn't want all the screaming and yelling about this trip to distract even one moment from the real issues Texans care about, which is keeping all of our families safe".

'I am more focused on him leaving the dog in a freezing house, ' said another.

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