Senator Ted Cruz posted a picture of himself on Twitter and met with Texans in Texas. This is about the growing controversy of Republican congressmen flying to tropical Cancun Because his voters in Lone Star State are suffering from a deep freeze, widespread power outages and bursting pipelines flooded the houses.
The photos were posted on his Twitter account on Saturday, showing the troubled senator transporting a box of water to several cars and shaking hands.
He wrote “Texas Strong” in his tweet.
Cruz’s family returned from Cancun on Saturday. He was also in contact with the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s statement, stating that the White House had approved major disaster statements in 77 Texas counties and added information on how people can apply for federal assistance .
He was also related to a tweet posted by the city of Austin, which received 1
But critics laughed at Cruz’s tweets, showing that Cruz was involved in the rescue work in Texas.
“I’m in Ted Cruise’s Senate office and I’m glad someone finally instructed him on how to fake compassion, humanity, and create the illusion that he cares about his election to serve the people,” posted Melissa Ryan.
Another social media user posted a photo on the airliner while Cruz was taking a “jet” vacation when he settled on a flight to Cancun, and his voters in Texas were actually in their Frozen to death in his home.
@Newfie423 wrote: “Ted is too late.
Others pointed out that Beto O’Rourke lost to Cruz by a narrow margin in 2018, while Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez raised Millions of dollars in funding and provided help to Texans, even though the crisis enveloped Cruz’s trip to Mexico.
Cruz flew back to Houston on Thursday, and just the next day, after he and his family were photographed boarding the jet to Cancun, his wife Heidi’s text message told them that they told their friends that they were giving up” Freeze the weather and head to the Ritz-Carlton Resort in Cancun.
At first, Cruz said that he was only escorting his daughter and their close friends on the plane and planned to return immediately.
He finally admitted that he planned to stay with his family until Saturday.
It is estimated that 70 people died in the United States due to winter weather, most of which occurred in Texas.