RINOs are yet to come to terms with a few facts.
First, we don’t like them and most importantly we want them out of office as soon as possible.
We’ve used every opportunity to make them conscious of this fact, whether it’s on social media or during their rallies.
While we protested and made our voice as loud as possible, prominent republicans ignored.
But it seems top republican house reps are finally seeing how big of a nuisance she is. Also how useless she is at leading the GOP and how treacherous she is.
And it’s about time, take a look:
Bottom line: Conversations w senior House GOP sources over the past 48 hours suggest the chances of @Liz_Cheney still being in leadership by the end of this month are dicey at best. This is not a Gaetz/Freedom Caucus coup; it goes much broader & deeper. https://t.co/U5MNSjupEG
— Jonathan Swan (@jonathanvswan) May 1, 2021
Top Republicans are looking to oust Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) from her number three leadership position, according to an Axios report. https://t.co/q3lFbuCPJT
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) May 2, 2021
Rep. Lance Gooden (R-TX) predicted Saturday that House Republican Conference Chair Liz Cheney (R-WY) will be ousted from House GOP leadership by the end of May. https://t.co/kOVx9fBqzx
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) May 2, 2021
C-ya later, Liz! You Traitor.
You will surely NOT be missed.
Here is more on this story, from Breitbart:
Top Republicans are looking to oust Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) from her number three leadership position, according to an Axios report.
Members of the Republican leadership are mulling over outsing Cheney from her leadership position. One member suggested she could be ousted within a month, Axios reported. Cheney currently holds the number three spot in leadership as the House Republican Conference chair.
Reportedly, comments from Republicans in leadership have always held weight within the party. Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA), the minority whip, and Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN), chairman of the Republican Study Committee, have a close relationship with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). Recently, McCarthy has been openly feuding with Cheney, according to reports.
In an interview Friday, Banks told Axios that the constant criticism from Cheney is “an unwelcome distraction.” Banks allegedly also questioned if Cheney should be able to retain her leadership spot within a month. Axios reported that Scalise repeated Banks’ comments. Scalise told Axios in a similar interview Friday, “This idea that you just disregard President Trump is not where we are, and, frankly, he has a lot to offer still,” he said regarding Cheney.
Well said Scalise!
The idea that she thought it was okay to vote to impeach President Trump doesn’t make her worthy of a leadership position.
Axios expanded on the story:
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.
Why it matters: 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.”
Earlier in the week, McCarthy himself told reporters: “If you’re sitting here at a retreat that’s focused on policy, focused on the future of making American next-century, and you’re talking about something else, you’re not being productive.”
Cheney (R-Wyo.) told reporters during several interviews at a GOP retreat in Orlando, Florida, that anyone challenging the 2020 election results should be disqualified from a presidential campaign in 2024, and that she herself would not rule out a run.
She also said a commission to examine the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection should be narrowly focused — not the wide-ranging probe McCarthy favors.
In addition, Cheney characterized a memo Banks wrote about how the party could retain working-class voters as “neo-Marxist.”
What they’re saying: Banks said such comments detracted from a unified focus about how to beat the Democrats in the 2022 midterms.
“That’s what we got out of Liz Cheney, which doesn’t help us remain focused on that single goal,” the congressman said during an interview he offered to Axios.
“Her lack of focus on that, while being focused on other things, and proving her point, was an unwelcome distraction.”
“The sort of sideline distractions at the GOP retreat will only serve to hold us back from being focused on that nearly unanimous goal we have as a conference,” Banks added.
Prominent Republicans on Twitter made their feelings on Liz Cheney known, see:
Fire Liz Cheney
— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) May 1, 2021
She has now become an obstruction to leadership unity and should step down from her leadership duties as Republican Conference Chair and then go read 3 U.S. Code § 15.
— Rep. John Rutherford (@RepRutherfordFL) April 30, 2021
Liz Cheney has promised she will campaign on impeaching Trump 'every day of the week.'
Good luck with that, Liz!
PREDICTION: she’ll be out of her GOP leadership role by month’s end!
— Lance Gooden (@Lancegooden) May 1, 2021
There is no place for Liz Cheney in today’s Republican Party.
— CJ Pearson (@thecjpearson) May 1, 2021
Indeed there’s no place for traitors in our party.
Frauds like @Liz_Cheney are why we made Donald Trump President.
— Sebastian Gorka DrG (@SebGorka) May 2, 2021