Looks like Liz Cheney, the neocon spawn of war criminal daddy Dick sees the writing on the wall and isn’t even bothering to fight the loss of her House GOP conference chair position. This means, she is even more likely to replaced sometime later this month by Elise Stefanik as House GOP conference chair. Stefanik isn’t much of an improvement of the daughter of a neocon war criminal, but you know about the GOP by now. You can’t appoint real conservatives to any positions of power.
Kevin McCarthy needs a distraction away from his Frank Luntz scandal. Scalise needs to distract away from inviting Donna Brazile to the Biden inauguration.
I’m also starting to get the feeling that Cheney would even run for re-election in 2022. I don’t have any inside information to back this statement up, it’s just a hunch.
Liz Cheney is not fighting to hold onto her job as House GOP conference chair, even as top Republican leaders openly campaign to replace her in the No. 3 spot.
To the frustration of many fellow Republicans, Cheney has continued to clearly state her positions on Donald Trump’s baseless claims that the 2020 election was fraudulent and on the Jan. 6 vote to certify Trump’s loss. And Cheney has been telling people that if holding onto her leadership role requires having to lie or stay quiet, she doesn’t believe that’s a price worth paying, according to a source familiar with her thinking.
Behind the scenes, Cheney has not been making calls or engaging in the type of campaigning that’s ordinarily necessary in politics to build a coalition of support ahead of a vote that will determine her future in leadership, multiple GOP sources said. And even if she did, the odds seemed stacked against her: Top GOP leaders and Trump are now backing a challenger to Cheney.
The 54-year-old appeared to embrace her imminent fall from the leadership perch in a Washington Post op-ed published late Wednesday that called on the rest of the GOP “to defend the basic principles that underpin and protect our freedom and our democratic process.”
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