The “Late Night” host also went after Democrats for repeatedly falling into the same Republican “trap.”
“It’s like a normal Karen fell into a vat of chemicals and then became a Batman villain,” the “Daily Show” host said of the QAnon congresswoman.
The freshman had riled up Trump supporters ahead of the Jan. 6 riot, but now admits “the election was not fraudulent” after being challenged to back up his claims.
The comedy actor went in on the Texas senator, invoking the time Trump called his wife ugly and calling him a “fascist” who encouraged “a white supremacist insurrection.”
The late-night host went off on video of the Capitol insurrectionists saying, “I think Cruz would want us to do this, so I think we’re good.”
So now, after four years of hugging the most divisive president ever, Republicans want unity? Get rid of your crazies first, then maybe we’ll talk.
The package would be a tall order even for a Congress unencumbered by the prospect of convicting a president for incitement of insurrection after he’s already left office.