POL Liz Cheney Is OUT!!!

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House Republicans Oust a Defiant Liz Cheney for Her Repudiation of Trump’s Election Lies. (msn.com)

House Republicans Oust a Defiant Liz Cheney for Her Repudiation of Trump’s Election Lies.
Catie Edmondson and Nicholas Fandos 57 mins ago

House Republicans purged Representative Liz Cheney of Wyoming from their leadership ranks on Wednesday, voting to oust their No. 3 for her refusal to stay quiet about Donald J. Trump’s election lies, in a remarkable takedown of one of their own that reflected the party’s intolerance for dissent and unswerving fealty to the former president.


The action came by voice vote during a brief but raucous closed-door meeting in an auditorium on Capitol Hill on Wednesday morning, after Ms. Cheney made a defiant final speech that drew boos from her colleagues.

In her parting remarks, Ms. Cheney urged Republicans not to “let the former president drag us backward,” according to a person familiar with the private comments who detailed them on condition of anonymity. Ms. Cheney warned that Republicans were going down a path that would bring their “destruction,” and “possibly the destruction of our country,” the person said, adding that if the party wanted a leader who would “enable and spread his destructive lies,” they should vote to remove her.

Republicans did just that, after greeting her speech with boos, according two people present, speaking on the condition on anonymity to discuss an internal discussion. They ultimately opted not to hold a recorded vote, after Representative Kevin McCarthy of California, the Republican leader, said that they should vote by voice to show unity.


Emerging from the meeting, Ms. Cheney remained unremorseful, and said she was committed to doing “everything I can to ensure that the former president never again gets near the Oval Office.”

“We must go forward based on truth,” Ms. Cheney told reporters. “We cannot both embrace the big lie and embrace the Constitution.”

The action came the day after Ms. Cheney had delivered a broadside on the House floor against Mr. Trump and the party leaders working to oust her, accusing them of being complicit in undermining the democratic system.

In a scathing speech, Ms. Cheney said that the country was facing a “never seen before” threat of a former president who provoked the Capitol attack on Jan. 6 and who had “resumed his aggressive effort to convince Americans that the election was stolen from him.”

“Remaining silent and ignoring the lie emboldens the liar,” she said. “I will not participate in that. I will not sit back and watch in silence while others lead our party down a path that abandons the rule of law and joins the former president’s crusade to undermine our democracy.”

Mr. Trump weighed in on Wednesday morning as lawmakers were gathering to force Ms. Cheney out, saying he was looking forward to the ouster of a woman he called “a poor leader, a major Democrat talking point, a warmonger, and a person with absolutely no personality or heart.”

Top Republicans have labored to avoid talking about the Capitol riot and have painted Ms. Cheney’s removal as a forward-looking move that would allow them to move past that day.

Instead, the episode has only called attention to the party’s slavish devotion to Mr. Trump, its tolerance for authoritarianism, and internal divisions between more mainstream and conservative factions about how to win back the House in 2022. All of those dynamics threaten to alienate independent and suburban voters, thus undercutting what otherwise appears to be a sterling opportunity for Republicans to reclaim the majority.

As a replacement for Ms. Cheney, Republican leaders have united behind Representative Elise Stefanik of New York, a onetime moderate whose loyalty to Mr. Trump and backing for his false claims of election fraud have earned her broad support from the party’s rank and file that Ms. Cheney, a lifelong conservative, no longer commands.

If Ms. Stefanik is elected this week to replace Ms. Cheney, as expected, the top three House Republican leadership posts will be held by lawmakers who voted not to certify President Biden’s victory in January. In recent days, however, some hard-right Republicans have attacked Ms. Stefanik as insufficiently conservative and suggested the party should consider someone else
 

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MinnesotaSmith

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When the Repubs get her actually out of the Party, better out of office ineligible to run again for anything (and preferably in jail), then they'll have done something. The committee positions losses could be reversed in 15 minutes. The day Romney and Murkowski are also out of the Party, I figure they'll actually be worth supporting again.
 

raven

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rats . . . I was thinking "out" meant the other kind of out. . . like she is actually a transgender clone of her father
 

NoDandy

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some hard-right Republicans have attacked Ms. Stefanik as insufficiently conservative and suggested the party should consider someone else "

I am not familiar with Stefanik. Can someone flesh this out. I and I am sure other members would appreciate being updated.

Am glad Cheney is gone. She is too aligned with the CFR !!!!!!
 

Cacheman

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Excellent News, On Eve of Liz Cheney Ouster 100 DeceptiCons Proclaim Threat to Create a Third Party - The Last Refuge


6-7 minutes

Tomorrow DeceptiCon leader Liz Cheney, the Mitt Romney of John McCain’s, is expected to be thrown out of Republican leadership by a closed-door conference vote. Hopefully, this is the beginning of the purge so desperately needed to continue The Big Ugly. The former professional republican party is one wing of a UniParty bird. The MAGA movement is the future of the Republican party.


If the establishment DeceptiCons leave the party, and create a new party for rodents and rinos, there will be no need for a MAGA party to initiate. At that point the state level RNC embeds will have an opportunity to leave their entrenched status and go into the DeceptiCon party.

That fracturing is much needed, and represents the necessary split we have talked about on these pages for the past decade.

Keep in mind President Donald J Trump received more votes than any previous president in U.S. history, including Barack Obama. So any split of the Republican party only represents sunlight upon the false conservatives (the DeceptiCons) who have operated like a cancer in our body politic for decades. President Trump is the sunlight that will cure this metastatic infection.

On the eve of the Cheney ouster, the childish DeceptiCon wing (like the pedophile Lincoln project crew) is thrashing wildly in their echo-chamber, pitching a hissy fit about the vulgarian horde who have finally stood up and said “enough of your bulls**t, get the hell out“:

New York Times – More than 100 Republicans, including some former elected officials, are preparing to release a letter this week threatening to form a third party if the Republican Party does not make certain changes, according to an organizer of the effort.

[…] “This is a first step,” said Miles Taylor, an organizer of the effort and a former Trump-era Department of Homeland Security official who anonymously wrote a book condemning the Trump administration. In October, Mr. Taylor acknowledged he was the author of both the book and a 2018 New York Times Op-Ed article.

“This is us saying that a group of more than 100 prominent Republicans think that the situation has gotten so dire with the Republican Party that it is now time to seriously consider whether an alternative might be the only option,” he said.
The list of people signing the statement includes former officials at both the state and national level who once were governors, members of Congress, ambassadors, cabinet secretaries, state legislators and Republican Party chairmen, Mr. Taylor said. (read more)




Positive debate on solutions and constructive criticism of approach is always appropriate for our elected officials; heck, that is the essence of our discussion. However, recently there have been many critics of President Trump; many people only just now understanding the problem and proclaiming that President Trump specifically did not do enough to block, impede, stop and counteract the globalist forces that were/are aligned against his effort to Make America Great Again.

Hindsight is 20/20, but there are people who proclaim that Donald J Trump should have been more wise in his counsel; more selective in his cabinet; more forceful in his confrontation of corporate globalists. Let me be clear….

I will never join that crew of Trump critics because I have understood his adversary for decades. CTH did not just come around to the understanding of the enemy. CTH has been outlining the scope of the enemy, the scale of the specific war and the financial and economic power of the opposition for over a decade. We understand the totality of the effort it will take to stop decades of willful blindness amid the American people. We also see with clear eyes exactly what they are doing now, even with President Trump forcefully removed from office, to destroy the threat he still represents.

Donald J Trump was/is a walking red-pill; a “touchstone”: a visible, empirical test or criterion for determining the quality or genuineness of anything political. I have been deep enough into the network of the Deep State to understand the scale and scope of this enemy. To think that President Trump alone could carry the burden of correcting four decades of severe corruption of all things political, without simultaneously considering the scale of the financial opposition, is naive in the extreme.

POTUS Trump was disrupting the global order of things in order to protect and preserve the shrinking interests of the U.S. He was fighting, almost single-handed, at the threshold of the abyss. Our American interests, our MAGAnomic position, was/is essentially zero-sum. His DC and Wall-Street aligned opposition (writ large) needed to repel and retain the status-quo. They desperately wanted him removed so they could return to full economic control over the U.S, because it is the foundation of their power.

You want to criticize him for fighting harder against those interests than any single man has ever done before him? If so, do it without me.

I am thankful for the awakening Donald J Trump has provided.

I am thankful now for the opportunity to fight with great American people who finally understand the scale of our opposition.

Without Donald J Trump these DeceptiCon entities would still be operating in the shadows. With Donald J Trump we can clearly see who the real enemy is.

I will never relent in my support for anyone who fights this enemy.

I will align with and encourage anyone who joins this fight.

If you are looking for criticism against the only person I have ever witnessed who actually fought our correct enemy, look elsewhere.

I am thankful for President Trump.

CTH will never stop the fight….

…..”The only thing more dangerous than facing down a corrupt political system with unlimited resources – is the corrupt political system facing an awakened electorate who realize they have nothing to lose”…. ~Sundance

 

The Hammer

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I've noticed they have been using the word "lie" or the phrase "the big lie" in relation to any election questioning a LOT lately.

Could it be the big lie about the big lie?

Methinks they protest too much. If the election were on the up and up, they wouldn't have to so loudly and dramatically denounce all questioners.
 

Plain Jane

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I am not familiar with Stefanik. Can someone flesh this out. I and I am sure other members would appreciate being updated.
She may have supported Trump through the impeachments and election but her voting record for MAGA was not good.
 

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Squib, no offense taken. Just try to find ANY news article that isn't slanted one way or the other these days.

I've noticed they have been using the word "lie" or the phrase "the big lie" in relation to any election questioning a LOT lately.

Could it be the big lie about the big lie?

Methinks they protest too much. If the election were on the up and up, they wouldn't have to so loudly and dramatically denounce all questioners.
Hammer, you and I think along the same lines. All of the "lie/big lie" name calling should have ended long ago. I believe it was Joseph Goebbels who said;

“If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State.”

Right now the dims have the problem of the lie becoming known for what it is.
 

Bps1691

Veteran Member
And since she knows she is done as a republican politician, she will show her true colors each and every time that she can until her term ends. With her family's connections there are already multiple do nothing jobs waiting for her.

It's the same with Romney and a couple of others in the senate. Bet that in spite they vote for SB 1 and the rest of the crap that the demon-crats need to get done to finish the republic and take power for good.
 

MinnesotaSmith

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"
some hard-right Republicans have attacked Ms. Stefanik as insufficiently conservative and suggested the party should consider someone else "

I am not familiar with Stefanik. Can someone flesh this out. I and I am sure other members would appreciate being updated.

Am glad Cheney is gone. She is too aligned with the CFR !!!!!!
Any chick voluntarily letting anyone get away with calling her a "Ms." is no conservative.
 

Doomer Doug

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House Republicans Oust a Defiant Liz Cheney for Her Repudiation of Trump’s Election Lies. (msn.com)

House Republicans Oust a Defiant Liz Cheney for Her Repudiation of Trump’s Election Lies.
Catie Edmondson and Nicholas Fandos 57 mins ago

House Republicans purged Representative Liz Cheney of Wyoming from their leadership ranks on Wednesday, voting to oust their No. 3 for her refusal to stay quiet about Donald J. Trump’s election lies, in a remarkable takedown of one of their own that reflected the party’s intolerance for dissent and unswerving fealty to the former president.


The action came by voice vote during a brief but raucous closed-door meeting in an auditorium on Capitol Hill on Wednesday morning, after Ms. Cheney made a defiant final speech that drew boos from her colleagues.

In her parting remarks, Ms. Cheney urged Republicans not to “let the former president drag us backward,” according to a person familiar with the private comments who detailed them on condition of anonymity. Ms. Cheney warned that Republicans were going down a path that would bring their “destruction,” and “possibly the destruction of our country,” the person said, adding that if the party wanted a leader who would “enable and spread his destructive lies,” they should vote to remove her.

Republicans did just that, after greeting her speech with boos, according two people present, speaking on the condition on anonymity to discuss an internal discussion. They ultimately opted not to hold a recorded vote, after Representative Kevin McCarthy of California, the Republican leader, said that they should vote by voice to show unity.


Emerging from the meeting, Ms. Cheney remained unremorseful, and said she was committed to doing “everything I can to ensure that the former president never again gets near the Oval Office.”

“We must go forward based on truth,” Ms. Cheney told reporters. “We cannot both embrace the big lie and embrace the Constitution.”

The action came the day after Ms. Cheney had delivered a broadside on the House floor against Mr. Trump and the party leaders working to oust her, accusing them of being complicit in undermining the democratic system.

In a scathing speech, Ms. Cheney said that the country was facing a “never seen before” threat of a former president who provoked the Capitol attack on Jan. 6 and who had “resumed his aggressive effort to convince Americans that the election was stolen from him.”

“Remaining silent and ignoring the lie emboldens the liar,” she said. “I will not participate in that. I will not sit back and watch in silence while others lead our party down a path that abandons the rule of law and joins the former president’s crusade to undermine our democracy.”

Mr. Trump weighed in on Wednesday morning as lawmakers were gathering to force Ms. Cheney out, saying he was looking forward to the ouster of a woman he called “a poor leader, a major Democrat talking point, a warmonger, and a person with absolutely no personality or heart.”

Top Republicans have labored to avoid talking about the Capitol riot and have painted Ms. Cheney’s removal as a forward-looking move that would allow them to move past that day.

Instead, the episode has only called attention to the party’s slavish devotion to Mr. Trump, its tolerance for authoritarianism, and internal divisions between more mainstream and conservative factions about how to win back the House in 2022. All of those dynamics threaten to alienate independent and suburban voters, thus undercutting what otherwise appears to be a sterling opportunity for Republicans to reclaim the majority.

As a replacement for Ms. Cheney, Republican leaders have united behind Representative Elise Stefanik of New York, a onetime moderate whose loyalty to Mr. Trump and backing for his false claims of election fraud have earned her broad support from the party’s rank and file that Ms. Cheney, a lifelong conservative, no longer commands.

If Ms. Stefanik is elected this week to replace Ms. Cheney, as expected, the top three House Republican leadership posts will be held by lawmakers who voted not to certify President Biden’s victory in January. In recent days, however, some hard-right Republicans have attacked Ms. Stefanik as insufficiently conservative and suggested the party should consider someone else
This msn "news" story is the most blatant, deceptive, POS, trash, propaganda I have ever seen. Stalin couldn't have done better. It confirms the whore media are traitors and liars. Trumps lies about election fraud? Sheesh the media is complicit in treason.


The bigoted slanted wording says it all.
 

Wyominglarry

Contributing Member
Cheney was, is, and will forever be a carpetbagger from out of state. She will not make it through the primaries next year. No one in Wyoming will vote for her, but her father and close friends. She will be gone from Wyoming by next fall. Probably move back east where she came from.
 

Old Gray Mare

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Am glad Cheney is gone. She is too aligned with the CFR !!!!!!
She's not exactly gone but some of her power is at least for the moment. She is still an elected official, she's been demoted back to the minor leagues and doesn't get to play with the big boys.

With her Daddy's pull that this could happen is telling. Something's' happening behind the curtain. We'll probably never know what that something is.

Is it even possible the GOP leadership could be considering making Daddy a political scape goat?
 
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