Watch Marco Rubio Bean Tucker Carlson With a Football

Tucker Carlson and Teen Vogue writer Lauren Duca got into a heated argument on his Fox News show Friday night. YouTube/Screenshot

In a new video produced by IJReview, a conservative Web publication, Republican presidential hopeful Marco Rubio is shown throwing footballs at various figures in the conservative movement. Among them are anti-tax crusader Grover Norquist, climate change denier Senator Jim Inhofe and Representative Trey Gowdy, who leads the Select Committee on Benghazi.

But perhaps the most amusing moment of the video is watching Tucker Carlson, founder of The Daily Caller, a conservative website, get beaned with a football as he's trying to use his typewriter. It's staged, of course, but no less enjoyable for that fact.

Also of note: On Carlson's desk are an antler (its use unknown), a pen holder that appears to be made from the horn of some animal and a fox skin.

The video attempts to rectify an earlier campaign misstep on Rubio's part, when the Florida senator accidentally beans a small child in the head during a game of catch at a campaign stop. It was a minor hiccup.

Had Rubio's receiver been Norquist, the pass would have been completed: The anti-tax crusader and lover of Burning Man twice catches passes from Rubio in IJReview's new video without flinching or, indeed, taking his eyes away from the camera.

Watch the full video below: