Ted Cruz angrily denounced his party’s dismal performance during the 2022 midterms last week, describing himself on his podcast as being extremely “pissed off.”

“I am so pissed off I cannot even see straight…The rage that I am feeling, there are almost not words to describe it…It is hard to describe my feelings as anything other than rage right now,” he said during his podcast on Monday, saying the GOP experienced an “enormous missed opportunity.”

“At best we’re going to take the House with a couple of seats — maybe,” he added. “We’re going to be looking at a 2, 3, 4 vote majority at best.”

“The rage Americans are feeling across this country, the rage that I’m feeling, there are almost not words to describe it. Because this opportunity was screwed up, it was screwed up badly,” he continued.

“And the people who are going to pay the price are the American people. The country is screwed for the next four years because of this,” the Texas Republican added.

“We’re going to see horrible left-wing judges confirmed for the next two years, because of this. We’re going to see judges taking away our free speech rights, out religious liberty rights, our second amendment rights,” he predicted.

“It is an enormous missed opportunity, and it is hard to describe my feelings as anything other than rage right now,” Cruz added.

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