Ted Cruz called January 6th a "violent terrorist attack," Tucker Carlson called him out, and then Cruz came on Tucker's show to defend himself and it was super spicy 😬
· Jan 7, 2022 · NottheBee.com

A lot of folks on the right, including myself, are upset with Ted Cruz over this comment right here concerning January 6th.

There's a few clips coming your way, and this is the first:

Yes, during a Senate hearing on Wednesday, Cruz referred to January 6th as "a violent terrorist attack," which was just, in Cruz's words, a "sloppy" thing to say.

Apparently Tucker Carlson was a bit upset about this, and he mentioned Cruz's sellout comment on his Wednesday night broadcast:

Everyone who is conservative appreciates Ted Cruz... he's legitimately smart... he doesn't use a single word by accident. Every word Ted Cruz uses is used intentionally—he's a lawyer. He described January 6th as "a violent terrorist attack."

Of all the things that January 6th was, it was definitely not a violent terrorist attack. It wasn't an insurrection. Was it a riot? Sure. It was not a violent terrorist attack. Sorry. So why are you telling us that it was, Ted Cruz?

So yeah, Tucker is not happy about this. And this is something we see happen all the time with our beloved Republican representatives. They seem like "our type of guy," or "a man of the people," but then they go and say things like this and totally lead us to believe they've joined, or have always been part of, the establishment.

So Cruz caught wind of the above clip, and promptly hit up Tucker so they could have a little on-air talk.

Here's that:

SPICYYYY!!!

You gotta love Tucker Carlson!


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