Texas Senator Ted Cruz has been criticized for sharing a video of him having “ridiculous fun” playing a charity poker game soon after first funerals of the Uvalde school shooting victims began taking place. On Wednesday, Cruz tweeted out a link to a Poker After Dark episode he features alongside other well known figures such Outkick founder Clay Travis, YouTuber MrBeast and professional poker player Phil Hellmuth. Hours later, Cruz tweeted out another clip of him playing a round with Hellmuth, adding: “Head-to-head vs. an iconic poker player like @phil_hellmuth was ridiculous fun!” Cruz explained in a follow-up tweet that the episode he appeared in was recorded “several months ago,” but is only just being aired online now. However, social media users still condemned the Republican, who has also faced criticism for his response to the Robb Elementary School shooting and subsequent appearance at an NRA event in Houston days later, for promoting the episode so soon after the first child funerals for the victims were taking place. On Tuesday, Amerie Jo Garza and Maite Rodriguez , both aged 10, were buried in ceremonies in Texas. Wednesday was the day that Robb Elementary School teacher Irma Garcia — who also… Read full this story
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