August 15, 2022

Ted Cruz just got owned by a constituent in a hilarious airport photo op

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If nothing makes you happier than seeing a politician be unwittingly owned by a constituent who completely opposes their cynical conservative agenda, today’s your lucky day.


The morsel of joy you are about to see comes courtesy of Rebecca, an Austin, Texas woman who doesn’t use her surname on Twitter, but goes by the handle @LazyyMillennial. Rebecca ran into one of the Senators representing her state in Congress at the Dallas airport and seized the opportunity to stage an epic photo prank that will wipe the smile off of the beaming face of Senator Raphael “Ted” Cruz (R-TX) once he sees the photo.

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Rebecca is obviously not a fan of Senator Cruz and was fortuitously wearing the perfect message on a lanyard under her blazer when she saw Cruz and approached him to ask to take a picture with him. A last-minute opening of the jacket before the shutter snapped meant that Senator Cruz had no idea what was happening to him while he smiled and posed for the photo with what he thought was an admiring constituent.

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Little did he know that Rebecca’s innocent visage hid the mind of a clever trickster who managed to completely undermine the Senator without him having the slightest awareness of the message on her lanyard.

Now that the photo has gone viral on Twitter, however, the Senator may be regretting his pause to schmooze a potential voter at the airport. Not that anyone doubts that Rebecca will be making it to the polls for this November’s Texas Senatorial race. It’s just that it seems fairly certain that Beto O’Rourke has already won the LazyyMillennial’s vote, and that she feels that she and the rest of her state deserve better than Senator Cruz.

Nice ownage, Rebecca!

Vinnie Longobardo

is the Managing Editor of Washington Press and a 35-year veteran of the TV, mobile, & internet industries, specializing in start-ups and the international media business. His passions are politics, music, and art.

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