Sen. Ted Cruz hit with beer can throughout Houston Astros World Series parade
Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas was hit with a beer can whereas driving within the Houston Astros World Series championship parade on Monday. Video exhibits the can flying on the Republican lawmaker as an individual with him fails to cease it from hanging the pol.
Cruz was additionally showered with boos as he waved to the group.
Houston police stated that whereas Cruz was struck in “the chest/neck area,” he was not injured and “did not require medical attention.”
A 33-year-old male was arrested and faces potential assault expenses. The suspect’s identification has not but been launched.
Reps. Sylvia Garcia and Lizzie Fletcher, who have been additionally on the truck, didn’t look like focused. Neither have been Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, who rode in a automobile in entrance of Cruz’s Humvee, or Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, who was to the rear.
“As always I’m thankful for the Houston Police and Capitol Police for their quick action. I’m also thankful that the clown who threw his White Claw had a noodle for an arm,” Cruz said in an announcement.
The incident comes after Cruz, 51, was booed and flipped off at Yankee Stadium throughout Game 4 of the American League Championship Series final month. The following morning, protesters heckled him about local weather change on “The View.”
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