Tucker Carlson had one question for Ted Cruz that will change everything

Tucker Carlson is not happy with Texas Senator Ted Cruz.

That led to a big dust up.

And Tucker Carlson had one question for Ted Cruz that will change everything.

On January 5, while praising police officers who served last January 6, Ted Cruz referred to the events at the Capitol as a “terrorist attack.”

“We are approaching a solemn anniversary this week,” Cruz declared. “And it is an anniversary of a violent terrorist attack on the Capitol where we saw the men and women of law enforcement demonstrate incredible courage, incredible bravery, risk their lives to defend the men and women who serve in this Capitol.”

Cruz calling January 6 a terrorist attack came on the same day that radical Attorney General Merrick Garland delivered a speech announcing his intention to arrest even more Trump voters for supposed crimes relating to January 6, even if they were not at the Capitol that day.

This upset Tucker Carlson.

Carlson called Cruz a good and smart conservative, which meant that he believed Cruz chose his words carefully.

“Now let’s be honest,” Carlson stated. “Everyone who’s conservative appreciates Ted Cruz. You may not like him. But you’ve gotta appreciate him. He’s legitimately smart. He’s one of the more articulate people to serve in the Congress, maybe the most articulate. He doesn’t use a single word by accident. Every word Ted Cruz uses is used intentionally. He’s a lawyer.”

Carlson ridiculed the idea that last January 6 amounted to a terrorist attack and accused Cruz of mimicking talking points on the Left.

“He described January 6 as a violent terrorist attack. Of all the things January 6 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 it was, Ted Cruz?” Carlson continued.

Carlson concluded his remarks by wondering how the Republican Party – if even a conservative like Cruz could fall into the Left’s rhetorical trap about January 6 – could continue to survive much longer.

Carlson concluded, “What the hell’s going on here? You’re making us think, maybe the Republican Party is as worthless as we suspected it was. That can’t be true. Reassure us, please, Ted Cruz.”

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.