The senator was criticized for taking a trip to Cancun last year while hundreds of Texans died during a severe winter storm.
Ted Cruz appeared to ignore the boos from the crowd and agreed to take a selfie with a fan who approached him before leaving.
The heckler was eventually separated from the Texas senator, but continued to shout at the politician and accused him of also being a globalist.
The GOP Senator also exaggerated the number of people who have been fired by United Airlines for not complying with vaccine mandate in a video that has gone viral.
The Republican senator was roundly criticized for a trip to Cancun during 2021's freak winter storm in Texas.
Two men died in the poolside incident at an upmarket resort between Playa del Carmen and Tulum.
Mexico reported its states Baja California Sur and Quintana Roo have been experiencing COVID-19 spikes over the summer and in December.
California's governor is taking a trip to Mexico for Thanksgiving and is expected to return to California over the weekend.
"There once was a small 'man' named Ted / who in a crisis to Mexico fled," one trolling poem began.
The group arrived by boat in front of resorts in Cancun on Mexico's Caribbean coast in an apparent fight between warring drug gangs.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) was criticized for traveling to Cancun while Texas suffered a weather crisis earlier this year.
Noah and the Texas senator got into a heated exchange on Twitter as the "Daily Show" host called out the senator for his controversial trip to Cancun during the winter.
Two pilots died in a plane crash on 30 March after attempting to do stunts at a gender reveal party off the coast of the Mexican city of Cancun.
A woman reportedly died after falling from a fourth-floor room. She was believed to have been the mother of a student from one of three schools taking part in the trip.
The Texas senator also said he thought it was "a little rude" that some of his neighbors previously put up campaign signs for his political rival Beto O'Rourke.
Carlos De La Fuente, one of the owners of ABC Party HQ in Dallas, said they "want to provide a good laugh for people during these difficult times."
Cruz's initial explanation of the trip saw him backpedal by saying he was dropping his daughters off at the beach to avoid the freezing temperatures in Texas.
As of Sunday morning, Ocasio-Cortez has raised $4 million for relief teams across the state of Texas and joined Democratic Representatives Sylvia Garcia, Sheila Jackson and Al Green at a Houston food bank Saturday.
"I work for the people, not the other way around," said Texas Republican State Representative Jeff Leach. "It's important for us as policymakers to show up for work and do our jobs."
Representative Colin Allred noted that although many Texans have gotten their power back, food and water shortages continue to be issues.
The former New Jersey governor told Fox News Radio about how Cruz made fun of him for being caught at the beach in 2017 during a lockdown.
When Cruz suddenly changed his travel plans to return home from Cancun on Thursday instead of on Saturday, a source from United Airlines reportedly leaked the information to a journalist who shared it on Twitter.
Senator Ted Cruz is facing calls to resign after flying with his family to Cancun on Wednesday night where, his wife told friends, rooms at the Ritz-Carlton where they planned to stay cost $309 a night.
Cruz and his family headed to Cancun this week as millions of Texans have been facing freezing temperatures and power outages.
"And where was Mr. Texas while his constituents are suffering?" Kimmel asked viewers. "Well, there he is, snake on a plane right there!"
The senator found himself at the center of a media frenzy on Thursday after photos of him traveling to Cancun amid the disaster emerged.
The Republican senator has faced a backlash following his trip amid an ongoing crisis in his home state posed by a winter storm.
The eldest son of the former president questioned why people are focusing on Cruz instead of Democratic governors Newsom and Cuomo.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) said Thursday that his reasoning for heading home to Texas became "more compelling" as a "bigger and bigger firestorm" erupted over his trip to sunny Cancun, Mexico amid the state's unprecedented cold snap and mass power outage crisis.
"What's happening in Texas is unacceptable and a lot of Texans are hurting," Cruz said when discussing his much-criticized trip to Cancun, Mexico.