ARI MELBER (HOST): Gene, this is where it's broader than Ted Cruz and his hypocrisy, this is how propaganda can make softer ground for authoritarianism, there are examples throughout history, what do you see here and should people be concerned?
EUGENE ROBINSON (GUEST): Oh, it's dangerous, horrific revisionism, you know "a few police officers maybe got punched." I mean, you know, anybody who has seen any footage of what happened that day, let alone the people who were there, the members of congress, staff, members -- members of our staff at the Washington Post who were covering the January 6 events and who were accosted in the most violent and threatening and traumatic ways by this armed, angry mob of insurrectionists. It's just a lie. But if you say the lie over and over again, some people believe it, and so now you're right, the goal posts have moved and so now, you have to not only think that Donald Trump is actually a great leader, a dear leader, but you have to think that January 6 really was just not much, you know, nothing to see here, just move along. It's incredible.