WASHINGTON, DC – Airports across the country remain on high alert as the country remembers it’s been 58 days since the last Ted Cruz travel freakout. As staff prepares for the next potential incident the mood is one of cautious vigilance.
With 58 days in the books since the last travel freakout from Texas Senator Ted Cruz, the Department of Homeland Security issued guidance to airports across the country to be on high alert for possible entitled rants.
In late March the former presidential candidate was captured on video during an altercation with airport staff in a Montana airport. According to several reports, the incident got so heated that local law enforcement was required to intervene. A video of the incident was shared on Reddit by one witness.
Now, as the 60th day anniversary of the March incident approaches, the Department of Homeland Security is taking no chances.
The agency also admitted that with the recent acquisition of Twitter by famed billionaire Elon Musk underway, the risk is slightly lower the Senator would be triggered during his travels having removed quite a bit of tension from the Senator’s often knotted shoulders. However, the agency did encourage any flights to the vacation destination of Cancun to remain especially vigilant.