Ted Cruz will be arrested by Ted Cruz when his own words begin to haunt him

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) tried to revise history on Monday, but was overwhelmed by his own past comments.

As Fox news The footage showed a peaceful protest in favor of access to abortion, and Cruz accused the crowd of being “villains” and warned of “escalation.”

He then defended the right-wing mob who attacked the US Capitol on January 6, 2021.

This is very different from what Cruz said in the past.

Progressive PACMeidas Touch contrasts this week’s words with Cruz’s earlier comments on a January 6 mob called a “terrorist” who committed a “violent assault on the Capitol.”

Earlier this year, Cruz was widely ridiculed “Growing” and “humiliating” appearance In Fox News he desperately tried to get those words back.

It didn’t work.

“Yesterday’s wording was sloppy and frankly ridiculous,” Cruz told Tucker Carlson in a nasty interview in January.

Carlson wasn’t convinced.

“I think I just don’t believe in you,” Carlson said.

This article was originally HuffPost It has been updated.