Conservative personality Glenn Beck attacked former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin Wednesday night for her attacks on Sen. Ted Cruz on behalf of Donald Trump.

The Tea Party former governor, who endorsed the Manhattan billionaire last month, posted a Facebook statement Tuesday. In the post, Palin doubled down on Trump's comparison of Cruz's not holding his team accountable for possibly duping Ben Carson's caucus supporters to how President Obama operates.

"I don't know what she's thinking. I don't know where she's coming from," Beck told Fox News' Megyn Kelly.

Palin had also criticized Cruz's campaign chairman, Rep. Steve King of Iowa, for "lying," which Beck said couldn't be further from the truth.

"She's now calling Steve King, one of the most honest, forthright people that I know, a liar. Is is absolutely incredible what people will stoop to," Beck added.

Beck, also associated with the Tea Party movement, defended King for attempting to sway voters from one camp to the other, calling it a normal part of the Iowa caucus process. He said Palin's remarks, on behalf of the Trump camp, are politics at best.

"We are being turned on each other. A circus performer is turning the conservatives against one another. You couldn't have planned this better if you were a DNC operative," Beck said.