Ted Cruz Flew to Cancun in Midst of Massive Power, Heating Outages in Texas

Senator Ted Cruz speaks to the media during the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump in Washington, D.C., February 13, 2021. (Erin Scott/Reuters)

Senator Ted Cruz (R., Texas) flew to Cancun, Mexico, on Wednesday while his state was in the midst of a historic snow storm and massive power outages, multiple outlets reported on Thursday.

Photographs of the senator at an airport were uploaded to social media on Wednesday evening, with allegations that Cruz was flying to Cancun.

“The photos speak for themselves,” a Republican source told Fox. Cruz is booked on a flight home to Houston for Thursday afternoon, CNN reported.

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Meanwhile, an unusually severe winter storm brought snow and freezing temperatures to Texas on Sunday. Millions of residents were left without power, heat, or potable water after the storm shut down the state’s power grid and energy infrastructure. Residents have resorted to building fires for heat and melting snow for drinking water.

National Review has reached out to Senator Cruz’s office for comment.

“This storm is dangerous,” Cruz said in a radio interview on Monday. “And there’s a second storm expected to hit this week, which will make things even worse. So if you can stay home, don’t go out on the roads, don’t risk the ice.”

Cruz is expected to return to the Houston area on Thursday.

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Zachary Evans is a news writer for National Review Online. He is a veteran of the Israeli Defense Forces and a trained violist.

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