Liberal Yankees fans boo classy Ted Cruz simply for leaving his seat: ‘You racist piece of sh*t!’

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) got the equivalent of the Bronx cheer at Yankee Stadium on Sunday evening.

Cruz, who had a sweet seat in the second row behind the home plate, supposedly left the MLB game between the Houston Astros and the New York Yankees early, although the exact inning is subject to some debate.

As he was leaving his seat to a chorus of boos, one non-fan shouted that he was a ‘racist piece of s—t” among other terms of endearment.

Other Yankee fans flipped him the bird as he amiably waved goodbye, with what appears might be a security escort of some kind.

Despite the negative atmospherics in the Bronx venue, one apparently bold individual in an Aaron Judge jersey — who may or may not have shared the crowd’s disdain for the GOP politician — even got a selfie with Astros fan Cruz.

The senator, who is up for reelection in 2024, also shook hands and took pics with some other baseball fans.

There is some chatter that Cruz left in the middle of the sixth inning, although that may be inaccurate.

The Yankees scored the go-ahead run in the bottom of the sixth, but Houston got two in the top of the seventh, on the way to defeating the Yankees in a four-game sweep in the American League Championship Series.

In so doing, the Astros — who are headed again to the World Series against the NL-winning Philadelphia Phillies — did the sports world (not including TV networks and advertisers perhaps) a solid by eliminating the Bronx Bombers from playoff contention, a team also known by probably everyone outside the NYC area as the “Evil Empire.”

The latter irreverent nickname refers to the Yankees’ penchant over the years for trying to buy titles by outbidding other teams for expensive free agents.

It remains to be seen if they can sign American League regular season homerun king Judge to a new deal, however, although the chances of that seem good.

Although Twitter is engaging in a lot of anti-Cruz triumphalism over these images (*warning for language), and granted NYC is a ultra-liberal enclave, sports fans, in general, often can get feisty or raucous for whatever reason or reasons, especially after ingesting a beer or two.

Separately, there was also an odd sequence when Astros fan Cruz appeared to applaud when Yankees starter Nestor Cortes struck out Houston second baseman Jose Altuve.

From the video clips embedded here, it appeared that only a couple of Yankees fans actually shouted epithets, but as you would expect, left-wing Twitter is running with it, and there is seemingly not a lot of love for the lawmaker on the social media platform.

Cruz himself is playfully taking it all in, though.

To make his New York City visit even more challenging, Ted Cruz — who has authored a new book called “Justice Corrupted: How the Left Weaponized Our  Legal System” — sat in on “The View” on Monday, where he was heckled at times from the audience.

He managed to get in many good points across, despite constant interruptions from the overmatched mean girls at the table.

On Monday morning, a good-natured Sen. Cruz, like him or not, told TMZ that “it was an awesome game, it was spectacular, and I appreciated the great New York hospitality.”

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