Ted Cruz Denied Access To Bathroom At Restaurant: ‘He’s Clearly Too Creepy To Enter’

In what can only be seen as somewhat of a karmic victory, Ted Cruz was just denied access to the restroom of a restaurant in Tastington, Delaware.

The local family restaurant ‘Big Rita’s’ stopped Cruz on his way to relieve himself and said it is within their right to stop anyone who doesn’t fit their criteria to use the restroom facility of their establishment.

Big Rita’s manager Tess Whimble told Free Wood Post, “I just didn’t like the way he carried himself. And with the nation’s history of perverted Republicans and their continued misconduct in restrooms nationwide, I couldn’t chance it. He’s clearly too creepy to enter. If something bad would’ve happened, I just couldn’t live with myself.”

The entire incident seems rather ironic considering Cruz’s continued push to deny bathroom access to Transgender individuals. Cruz hasn’t been able to wrap his head around the fact that Transgender women are women and Transgender men are, in fact, men, and they just need to use the bathroom like anyone else. Yet, Cruz likes to push the stereotype that somehow because someone is Trans, that they’re some sort of deranged pervert, clearly proving he knows absolutely nothing about the Trans community.

With the history of actual perverts in the Republican party, Cruz better start looking to limit those within his own ranks using the bathroom before those of Transgender individuals minding their own business.

Hopefully this incident in Delaware will open Cruz’s eyes a bit to see how utterly ridiculous he’s behaving, likely because he’s just pandering to the bigot base of voters.

Free Wood Post reached out to Cruz’s campaign office, but they declined to comment on the incident.


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