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Wednesday, February 24, 2021

We are not the party of Liz Cheney

Princess Liz Cheney signaled her virtue in a speech at the Reagan Institute. She used the storming of Her Castle on January 6 as an excuse to label all supporters of President Donald John Trump as white supremacists.

White supremacy is the bogey man in Washington. It is as imaginary as global warming. But like global warming, it serves the purpose of giving more power to the powerful Merrick Garland, the attorney general in waiting, vowed to prosecute Trump supporters as domestic terrorists.

This is based on a false report in the New York Times that a Capitol Police officer died after he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher in the January 6 melee. His family now says he had a stroke. It counts as an officer dying in the line of duty but it does not as an act of violence.

A Capitol Police officer shooting and killing an unarmed Ashli Babbitt, an Air Force veteran, was an act of violence. But as WLDM -- White Lives Don't Matter -- neither Liz the Daughter nor anyone else in Washington cares.

In her speech, Liz said, "It's very important for us to ignore the temptation to look away and it's very important, especially for us as Republicans, to make clear that we aren't the party of white supremacy.

"You certainly saw anti-Semitism. You saw the symbols of Holocaust denial... you saw a Confederate flag being carried through the rotunda. We, as Republicans in particular, have a duty and an obligation to stand against that, to stand against insurrection."

Daddy's Little Drama Queen carried Wyoming with 68% of the vote.

President Trump carried Wyoming by 70%.

I would venture to say that all her voters voted for Trump, but not all of Trump's voters voted for her.

She is a down-market Meghan McCain who plans to be in Congress long enough to work up a nice clientele for her lobbying business. It is the Paul Ryan plan. 

She does not represent Wyoming. Instead she represents Washington, D.C. Why would the town need statehood when it has a 100 congressmen and dozens of senators doing its bidding?

She is redundant. Democrats beat Republicans up all the livelong day. She just tries to pile on.

What we need is a Republican who calls out actual anti-Semitism. But that would mean criticizing Democrats and Republicans in Washington never want to upset the Democrats.

Little Lizzie is worried about 2024, and with good reason. Mittens her mentor said if Trump seeks Term II, "I'm pretty sure he will win the nomination."

Their plan for 2024 is not to defeat the Democrat nominee. No, no, no. Washington Republicans do quite well when a Democrat is in the Oval Office because it helps their fund-raising by demonizing Democrats.

Liz and Mittens and their cohort want to deny Donald Trump the 2024 nomination, and if that means attacking his supporters and driving them out of the party, so be it.

'Tis better for the Washington Republicans to serve in the minority than have Donald Trump as president. They profit more from losing.

Wasn't making a lot of cash with a failure the premise of The Producers film and Broadway show?

Springtime for Cheney and Washington. Winter for Ev'ry One else.

In 2022, Republicans must make it clear they are not the Party of Liz Cheney.

31 comments:

  1. I wrote to ask my Congressman, Michael Burgess, about his vote for Liz Cheney. He said he liked and admired her, and that we just can't have a 100% purity test.

    I will remember, Congressman. I won't vote for you in a primary, and I won't vote for you in a general election.

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  2. WY is second on my places to live out my days (Almost Heaven still Numero Uno). And now that my homeowners association has Gone Swamp - traffic and trash dump cameras, rules prohibiting feeding the deer on MY OWN FOOKING PROPERTY, draconian Wuhan mask edicts - you know, all the signs of Sixties Hippies realizing they’re dying - we’ve started looking for new digs. Like Bridgeport. But a clear memory of Wyoming was the reception they held for instructors and staff the day before Boys State, which I attended as a liaison after junior year at The Zoo. A big ol hot plate full of Rocky Mountain Oysters. I didn’t have the guts, but the old heads were scarfin em down like shrimp scampi. Maybe we can remove Liz’s oysters here soon...

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    1. HOA's are pure evil. It's getting damn near impossible to find a neighborhood without one.

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    2. I am the bane of my HOA neighbors' baseball stadium lawns...We have been reported for our occasional dandelions and sometime crabgrass (we are against chemical spraying and illegal alien worker companies employed in our development). I still am loyal to Scott's turf builder. ZB

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    3. No neighborhood will take you anyway, Jeffery.

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    4. XXX - that "turf builder" might be your issue! I've tried Scott's several times and always had MORE weeds than before! Just ignore the HOA and let your grass grow as high and wild as you want - don't water it either! Soon you'll be the envy of all the other neighbors who have to mow their lawns and have that BORING green smooth lawn to walk and play on!

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  3. These RINOs cling to power to the death, just like leftists.


    "My Precious..."

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    1. And you're shut out. You were supposed to be a commissar someplace.

      You coulda had class.
      You coulda been a contender.
      You coulda been somebody.

      But they sent ya on a one-way ticket to Trollville.

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  4. As I keep saying,the GOP is the "GO ALONG TO GET ALONG WITH THE DEMS" Party, and is less trustworthy than the Democrat Party. Yeah, truth HURTS.

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    1. I've been saying this for years that generally, Democrats are more honest than Republicans. They tell you how they will vote, they do follow through on their promises, and they stay loyal to their party colleagues.

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    2. Except of course, when they are lying.

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    3. Democrats are no more likely to follow through on their promises than Republicans. The media does not report on Democrat malfeasance and misfeasance the way they the Republican's. Of course that's partly because the media doesn't believe the democrats commit such errors and excuse their 'mistakes.'

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  5. When President Trump took office, there were an estimated 5,000 white supremacists in America. Now there are 74 million of all colors?! LOL. Crawl back under a rock with Romney, Lizzie.

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  6. I am beginning to look at Liz in the same light I do Lady Shrew. ( Hillary C. ) Absolute frauds beginning to self enriching end.

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    1. and kakakaka i have trouble saying her name
      i am laughing so much what a joke and the 1st gentlemen thinks well they live in adjacent beverly hills very wealthy area he is a russia jew nothing wrong with that but the money will pour in for her in 24...god help us

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  7. Were it not "Dear Old Dad's" last resort to avoid military service, Liz would not have been born, so she is grateful for the Vietnam War.

    Like her father, Liz wants to start WWIII as long no one named Cheney receives as much as a paper cut. The Cheney Book of War Heroes is hundreds of pages long - all of them blank.

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    1. Is that you, Jeffery?

      Sounds like your ROLCON schtick.

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  8. Daddy's Little Drama Queen carried Wyoming with 68% of the vote.

    That was before the sellout.

    Wonder how she'd fare today? A lot's changed.

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  9. https://rumble.com/ve4xdd-liz-cheney-goes-after-trump-mccarthys-response-says-it-all.html


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  10. Miss Lizzie will offer her tells. As when she uses the crappy adverb "certainly" (unmeasured certainty and so unnecessary). Her rationales are nothing but empty apothegms. She has no wisdom. Back to the hair dresser, Liz!

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    1. Life is too short to hate, but fascist RINOs and Democrats are testing this.

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  11. White Supremacy is code for "conservative".

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  12. I think I'm a White Equalist. I'm for the proposition that all people are created equal.

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  13. Liz Cheney if a Domestic Ferret. America Matters

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  14. Liz is being counselled by the wrong people. I bet that the Romney-Cheney ticket was looking good until the Trump collapse didn't occur. She also found out what a squish Romney is.

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