Saturday, May 8, 2021

Is Liz Cheney The Future Of The Republican Party?

Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., is seen during a news conference that followed an impeachment inquiry resolution vote at the U.S. Capitol on Oct. 31, 2019.Washington Post photo by Matt McClain  

Washington Post: Liz Cheney's effort to turn Republicans from Trump threatens her reelection and ambitions. She says it's only beginning 

WASHINGTON - Rep. Liz Cheney had been arguing for months that Republicans had to face the truth about former president Donald Trump - that he had lied about the 2020 election result and bore responsibility for the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol - when the Wyoming Republican sat down at a party retreat in April to listen to a polling briefing. 

The refusal to accept reality, she realized, went much deeper. 

When staff from the National Republican Congressional Committee rose to explain the party's latest polling in core battleground districts, they left out a key finding about Trump's weakness, declining to divulge the information even when directly questioned about Trump's support by a member of Congress, according to two people familiar with what transpired. 

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WNU Editor: She still does not get it. Republican voters and their supporters want the Republican party and its leadership to focus on pushing their agenda while opposing Democrat policies and legislation. 

They are not interested in supporting a senior Republican leader's anti-Trump agenda. 

Her career is over. 

The only ones who do not know it are Liz Cheney, her establishment friends, and the Washington Post who are giving her a platform.


Anonymous said...

the people of Wyoming are going to toss that Cheney out on her carpetbagging ass in the next election. She doesn't stand a chance. Unless she wins by fraud.

Anon said...

Not a real republican, if she does not think like a republican.

RussInSoCal said...

She'll be fine. I'm sure there's a spot for her on the board of Walmart or Harvard or something.

Anonymous said...

Is there a spot for the gop in the future?

Anonymous said...

GOP Leadership Reportedly Hid Trump's Weak Numbers At Recent Retreats

jimbrown said...

The LIz CHENEY party maybe