What is the Real Reason Behind Ted Cruz’s Daughter’s Suicide Attempt?
Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) has a bisexual daughter who has openly expressed her dissatisfaction with her father’s anti-LGBTQ attitude and Republican ideas.
Caroline Cruz, then 13 years old, discussed being the daughter of a senator in a video that has since been deleted from her TikTok account. “Many people judge me based on his initial impression,” she added. However, I disagree with the majority of his beliefs.
Cruz recounted the privileges she and her sister received, including “sugar and gifts in the mail.” Occasionally, we get the opportunity to travel.
Cruz also emphasized the security worries she faced because guards followed her “everywhere.” “For example, if I want to take a stroll through the neighborhood or to a friend’s house, I have to have like two security guards following me the entire time,” she added.
Cruz added that her father’s public relations team adjusted her attire in the most recent family holiday card. Despite Cruz’s claim that she was wearing a crop top, the final image reveals that she is actually wearing a standard knit top. Before bringing up a mirror to disclose the truth about her crop top, she told her audience, “They literally made my shirt longer.”
After individuals identified her as Ted Cruz’s daughter, social media users began to screenshot Caroline Cruz’s profile, which highlighted her pronouns as “she/her” and “bi.” Cruz hinted that her notoriously anti-LGBTQ father would support her if she were questioned about her sexual orientation.
Cruz made her page private immediately after it went viral, earning over 17,000 followers and 51,000 likes, as reported by the British tabloid Daily Mail. She claimed, “I haven’t informed him yet, I’m afraid to be honest, but I don’t believe he would be unhappy about it.”
Ted Cruz has been an outspoken opponent of LGBTQ rights and the LGBTQ community throughout his career in Congress. In a speech last year at the conservative political event CPAC, he criticized French-kissing homosexual males and transsexual women.
In addition, he criticized the United States Army, claiming that a recruitment poster featuring a female service member who had grown up in a homos*xual household was an example of the “woke media” trying to turn military personnel into “pansies.” During his 2016 presidential campaign, Cruz attempted to deflect attention from his own homophobia by declaring, “You want to speak about gay rights? ISIS is killing homosexuals.”
Cruz described the 2015 Supreme Court decision to legalize same-s*x marriage globally as one of the saddest moments in our nation’s history.
In his tirade against marital equality, he also argued that homos*xuality is a matter of personal choice. According to sources, Cruz is considering a second presidential bid in 2024.
Even though President Joe Biden had won the popular vote and the electoral college, after the 2020 election he helped propagate the false narrative that the election had been stolen from Donald Trump.
Following the attack on the U.S. The Texas senator was pressured to retire on January 6, 2021, by Trump fans at the U.S. Capitol. Cruz and fellow Republican Sen. Josh Hawley were accused of being “complicit in the enormous hoax” that led to the protest, which drew the attention of over 2,000 individuals.
Five people were killed and at least 138 police officers were injured as a result of the attack.