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May 10, 2021

It looks likely that Rep. Liz Cheney is not going to hold on to her position as chair of the House Republican Conference, largely because of her in-your-face, unrepentant anti-Trump attitude that bleeds over to his supporters, who are a large majority of the Republican base. But if she was counting on the anti-Trump media to throw her a life preserver, they just threw her an anvil instead.

The New Yorker revealed that Cheney secretly orchestrated a January op-ed in the Washington Times in which 10 previous Defense Secretaries (including her dad, Dick Cheney) denounced Trump. The letter falsely accused him (based on pre-election Democrat conspiracy theories) of planning to politicize the military by involving it in disputes over the election.

Thank goodness we now have Joe Biden, who as President would NEVER politicize the military! And why would he involve it in disputes over the election when he could send in the politicized Justice Department instead?

The current frontrunner to replace Cheney is New York Rep. Elise Stefanik, who has Trump’s endorsement. But if he’s judging solely on opposition to Trump, you might wonder why he picked her. Stefanik hasn’t been an outspoken anti-Trumper, but her voting record is almost 100% nay on Trump’s America First agenda. Here’s a rundown of her voting record, from opposing the Trump tax cut and border wall funding to supporting amnesty, transgender troops, the Paris Climate Accord, Obamacare, abortion and other liberal issues.

I’m not saying that Republicans have to support Liz Cheney, but maybe they should do a little more research before leaping to any replacement just because she’s not Liz Cheney.

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  • Jack Narvel

    05/12/2021 06:29 PM

    I enjoy your columns and articles and, of course, I agree with your politics. I was not aware of the dispute over Liz Cheney or the background to it, until I read your recent articles. I certainly support the "de-throning" of any one who so vociferously reject Trump's advances for America.
    BTW- Hav you Read Patrick Byrnes boo." The Deep Rig" about the theft of the 2020 election? It is extremely well written and details extensively the set-up and execution of the election theft.
    For example, even Mark Meadows, on the Presidents staff, participated in the rejection of a viable defensive team to uphold the President's election in the face of the hack. I think Patrick Byrne, Gen Flynn and Sydney Powell would have done a great job to unravel the rigging, but even Trump himself was betrayed by his close advisors, Rudy Guiliani, and even Mike Pence, at the last moment. If you haven't read it yet, it's an easy read with humor interspersed with the truth of the nefariousness of the attack on Trump in 2020.

  • Dianne Haymans

    05/11/2021 11:52 PM

    To replace Liz Cheney choose someone who better supports President Trump’s America First agenda. Elise Stefanik does not appear to be that person.

  • John Galvin

    05/10/2021 05:37 PM

    All I know is the GOP had better start singing from the same sheet music instead of chewing on each other. Otherwise 2022 will be another squandered opportunity.