Kansas City Talker Pete Mundo In Defense Of Sen. Ted Cruz

The conservative voice of Kansas City makes an IMPORTANT point in the aftermath of the nation mourning a historic panty raid insurrection . . .

Real talk . . . GOP division is the only hope for progressives at the outset of the red wave midterms.

Here's the word . . .

For the most part, his loyal Kansas City audience agrees. 

However . . . The national news scene isn't so sure.

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Ted Cruz walks back Jan. 6 'terrorist' remark in heated exchange with Tucker Carlson

"You told that lie on purpose, and I'm wondering why you did," Carlson said. Cruz, a potential 2024 candidate who has argued he is well-positioned for the Republican presidential nomination after finishing second behind Donald Trump in 2016, further attempted to defend himself.

Ted Cruz apology shows Tucker Carlson remains GOP kingmaker

Tucker Carlson's ability to get Senator Ted Cruz to apologize for comments he has frequently made about the January 6, 2021 attack shows that the Fox News host's influence over the Republican Party is almost untouchable.

Analysis: Ted Cruz told the truth about the 1/6 attack. Then he started backtracking.

On Wednesday, Sen. Ted Cruz told the truth about what happened at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, calling it "a violent terrorist attack on the Capitol, where we saw the men and women of law enforcement demonstrate incredible courage."

Rep. Matt Gaetz taunts Sen. Ted Cruz and says 'you can bend over' but 'the establishment will never love you'

Reps. Matt Gaetz and MTG slammed Ted Cruz for calling the Capitol riot a "violent terrorist attack." Gaetz taunted Cruz and said he can "bend over" for the GOP establishment, but "they'll never love you." Gaetz and Greene have repeatedly floated conspiracy theories about the riot and downplayed the violence.

Ted Cruz accidentally tells the truth, begs right for forgiveness

In "1984," George Orwell wrote a memorable paragraph about a character who succumbed to party pressure. "He became simply a mouth that uttered, a hand that signed, whatever was demanded of him," the book read. "His sole concern was to find out what they wanted him to confess, and then confess it quickly, before the bullying started anew."

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