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Ted Cruz wore a mask referring to Texas' 1835 battle against Mexico as he fled to Cancun

Azmi Haroun businessinsider.com 5 days ago
Cruz was spotted wearing the same mask on January 6, the day that he voted to object to electoral votes counts and a violent mob stormed the Capitol.
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