As Twitchy told you, over the weekend, GOP Sen. Ted Cruz and his wife Heidi were driven from a D.C. Italian restaurant by leftist protesters.
And here’s how New York Magazine covered it:
Senator Ted Cruz, it seems, is hiding out in ritzy Capitol Hill restaurants where the tasting menu starts at $115 https://t.co/kfV24TKs4r
— New York Magazine (@NYMag) September 25, 2018
That ratio’s really cookin’.
— Vikie E Schwartz (@TexasVikie) September 25, 2018
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) September 25, 2018
Hiding out? You mean having dinner?
— Steven Baleshiski (@SBaleshiski) September 25, 2018
"Hiding out" at a public restaurant
— Tyler Voigt (@TylerVoigt1) September 25, 2018
Hiding in a public place. Makes sense.
— Chili Piper (@KSGator15) September 25, 2018
Could you explain this theory of Cruz "hiding out" by dining in public?
— Brad Slager – The Handmaid's Male? ??? (@MartiniShark) September 25, 2018
Hiding out in plain sight? This is some stellar reporting.
— Kate (@kilomikealpha76) September 25, 2018
“Hiding out” in a public restaurant.
Journalism is dying.
— Ben Jammin ?? (@xBenJamminx) September 25, 2018
Some might argue it’s already dead.
That's a really weird way to describe harassment.
— MMC (@Mattcolvinshow) September 25, 2018
It sure is. Unless you’re trying to downplay it because Ted Cruz happens to be a Republican. Then it makes perfect sense.
Do Senate Democrats eat at McDonald’s?
— Cameron Gray (@Cameron_Gray) September 25, 2018
Senate Democrats get treated like rockstars in the most expensive restaurants in this city. Never seen a hit piece on any of them.
— Lyndsey Fifield (@lyndseyfifield) September 25, 2018
Anyone can eat there, wait until they find out how much their commie queen’s shoes cost https://t.co/BBMdl1sml6
— Mujahed (@kebejay) September 25, 2018
This is not journalism. This is class warfare, plain and simple.
— Eat It, Miami (@EatItMiami) September 25, 2018
NY Mag has an entire part of their site devoted to reviews of expensive New York restaurants. I guess you're not supposed to patronize them lest you get called out by…NY Mag. At least if they have a problem with you politically. They may even accuse you of "hiding out."
— Keith Maniac, from Guatemala (@CutItOutPutin) September 25, 2018
If only Ted Cruz had a (D) after his name …
@NYMag Be better than this.
— Treye Johnson (@GeneralNeyland) September 25, 2018
Too late for that.