It couldn’t come quickly enough!
Liz Cheney has willingly chosen to go full RINO……she was even caught on camera recently giving Biden a fist bump……
It shouldn’t surprise Liz that we want to know who she works for.
I mean she’s super chummy with Dems, and she can’t ease her trigger finger against President Trump or The America First agenda, so if reports are to be believed she may be gone soon!
According to certain outlets Cheney may be removed from her post as early as next month!
Here’s to hoping that she isn’t the last RINO to go down. We need to clean up the GOP and make it an American party.
Not a corporate party, not a deep state party, not a party controlled by China. An American party for all American people.
Check it out:
Axios revealed more about the potential ousting:
Top Republicans are turning on Rep. Liz Cheney, the party’s highest-ranking woman in Congress, with one conservative leader suggesting she could be ousted from her GOP post within a month.
The comments by Reps. Steve Scalise, the minority whip, and Jim Banks, chairman of the Republican Study Committee, carry weight because of their close relationship with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) — who is openly feuding with Cheney.
Banks (R-Ind.), leader of the largest conservative caucus in the House, told Axios Friday that Cheney's continued criticisms are "an unwelcome distraction," and he questioned whether she would retain her leadership role in a month.
Banks' comments were echoed more diplomatically by Scalise (R-La.), the No. 2 Republican in the House.
During an interview with Axios on Friday, he said of Cheney: "This idea that you just disregard President Trump is not where we are, and, frankly, he has a lot to offer still.”
CNN reported things in their usual way:
Cheney, who has openly disagreed with many in her caucus about the role Trump played in the 1/6 insurrection, and who voted for his impeachment, is again facing increasing pressure, after House GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy was asked last week if Cheney was still a good fit for leadership. He declined to endorse her, instead saying Cheney's future would be determined by the caucus.
In interviews with CNN, two Republican lawmakers told CNN that Cheney's comments this week have once again opened old wounds within the GOP conference, forcing members to once again reckon with whether she is the best fit as their leader. As CNN has previously reported, there is little indication anything will come of the frustration.
The party is still more interested in moving on than fixating on trying to oust Cheney. But members who spoke with CNN on the condition of background to speak freely about the tensions said they feel that Cheney is not speaking for the conference.