The next thing she knew she was crawling, scrambling uphill on all fours like a dog as the good folks of King’s Landing made way for her, laughing and jeering and applauding her.
“That was made in China by child laborers,” he said, and then — drowned out by jeers and whistles — he walked off the stage.
Inside the hangar, guards jeered at the detainees.
His address was greeted with a mix of cheers and jeers, as is common in parliamentary debates, particularly during Prime Minister’s Questions sessions.
Fewer than 100 people showed up at the event at a restaurant, and several of them were there solely to jeer Cruz.