The Daily Reformer
Liz Cheney is the face of the Republican Party. She even looks like her father the former VP.
After the 2020 Election, where the President of the United States, Donald Trump, had the greatest voter turnout in history for any Republican, any President and likely any candidate ever, Cheney became the face of the anti-American left.
Cheney proves that Republicans aren’t that smart and are horrible politicians. They often fall for the media when they are liked, not seeing that the only reason Republicans are ever liked in the media is when they act like anti-American Democrats. This is Cheney today.
After the 2020 election, Cheney and most Republicans ran with the lie that Joe Biden, the senile old man who literally couldn’t fill ten circles at an event before the election, set the world on fire with a record number of votes for President. Biden somehow had more votes than Hillary, Obama, and President Trump. Of course, this is lacking all reasonableness and intellect.
Cheney thinks she is the smart one but she is not. The Republican Party has a long way to go before many Americans will vote for any of them. The election was stolen and they did nothing, so those who voted in 2020 are likely not to vote in upcoming elections. Why would they if their votes are stolen and their voices discounted?
House Republican Conference Chair Liz Cheney (R-WY) slammed Republican Study Committee Chairman Jim Banks’ (R-IN) memo Monday as Neo-Marxist.
Banks wrote a letter to House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) in March, charging that House Republicans must embrace issues important to working-class voters if they wish to take back the House majority during the 2022 midterm elections.
“President Trump gave the Republican Party a political gift: we are now the party supported by most working-class voters,” the Hoosier Republican wrote in the memo. “The question is whether Republicans reject that gift or unwrap it and permanently become the Party of the Working Class.”
However, not all members of the House Republican Conference agree with Banks’ sentiment.
During a call with the Congressional Institute last week, Cheney rebuked the call for making the Republican Party the party of working-class voters.
“Cheney argued the GOP is not the party of class warfare and that dividing society into classes while attacking the private sector is neo-Marxist and wrong,” Politico’s Melanie Zanona wrote.
Cheney is a disgrace. She pushed a lie to disparage the real American President:
She and her fellow anti-Americans in the Republican Party don’t represent their constituents who loved President Trump – because he did good things for America that he said he would do:
No one in the Republican Party backs Liz Cheney except Paul Ryan and a couple of others:
As long as the GOP has Cheney, McCarthy, and McConnell running it, it is going nowhere.
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