Liz Cheney: ‘Dr. Fauci is one of the finest public servants we have ever had’


Liz Cheney strikes again. She supports Dr. Fauci as we watch our economy tank. Let’s take a stroll down memory lane with Liz.

Liz, what are Dr. Fauci’s connections to Big Pharma? How involved is he in vaccine manufacturing? Why should we trust someone who stands to benefit so much from our isolation and demise?

Let’s not forget her support for Vindman of impeachment fame,

No doubt he brought with him to the Capital tricks and not treats.

Our stalwart Mustang makes  this observation:

LtCol Alexander Vindman, who works as an “area expert” on the NSC Staff in matter pertaining to Russia and Ukraine, has a twin-brother, who is LtCol Yevgeny Vindman who is also assigned to the NSC Staff as a lawyer responsible for “ethnical complaints.”   
So when Alexander testified that he took his concerns about the Trump phone call to the NSC Staff legal department, he actually took the complaint to his twin brother whose job it is to address ethical complaints.
Honestly, if this doesn’t sound like a conspiracy, then I don’t know what does.
Found information on Wikipedia.
Vindman is married. His identical twin brother, Yevgeny S. Vindman, is an Army lieutenant colonel and JAG Officer who is assigned as an attorney on the National Security Council staff handling ethics issues.[3][22] Vindman has an older brother, Leonid Vindman, who was also commissioned as an officer in the Army.[22]
We learn now that Ukraine wanted Vindman to be their Minister of Defense.. three times they asked him.. Cozy..
Just a comment. In the hearing he stated his so called war injuries were so great he went back to work the next day.

Liz Cheney condemns attacks questioning Alexander Vindman’s loyalty to US

The Institute for the Study of War.

Just what is the  Institute for the Study of War? Unfortunately,  much of their original information disappeared from their website. Thanking various military contractors for hosting dinners, and of course Liz Cheney’s name and picture are no longer prominently displayed. (Information is from an old post done back in 2013.)

We are on the front lines of military thinking.

Our Mission

“The Institute for the Study of War advances an informed understanding of military affairs through reliable research, trusted analysis, and innovative education. We are committed to improving the nation’s ability to execute military operations and respond to emerging threats in order to achieve U.S. strategic objectives. ISW is a non-partisan, non-profit, public policy research organization.”

According to 2011 tax documents, directors included: Elizabeth Cheney, daughter of Vice President Dick Cheney and founder of the right-wing advocacy group Keep America SafeWilliam Kristol, editor of the neoconservative flagship magazine the Weekly StandardJack Keane, a retired four-star general who coauthored with Frederick Kagan of the American Enterprise Institute “Choosing Victory,” a 2007 study that served as a blueprint for the so-called “surge” in Iraq; Dennis Showalter, a military historian; Hal Hirsch; Bill Roberti; and Kim Kagan.

According to its 2011 Form 990, ISW had operating expenses of just under $1.9 million that year, up from $1.57 in 2010.

A non-exhaustive Right Web investigation of Form 990 U.S. tax records revealed nearly $700,000 in donations from charitable foundations during 2007-2009.

ISW has increasingly drawn support from military contractors with stakes in the issues that the institute studies.

“According to ISW’s last annual report,” noted Consortium News in December 2012, “its original supporters were mostly right-wing foundations, such as the Smith-Richardson Foundation and the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, but it now is backed by national security contractors, including major ones like Raytheon, General Dynamics, Northrop Grumman and CACI, as well as lesser-known firms such as DynCorp International, which provides training for Afghan police, and Palantir, a technology company founded with the backing of the CIA’s venture-capital arm, In-Q-Tel. Palantir supplies software to U.S. military intelligence in Afghanistan.”[18]

Donations included nearly $180,000 from the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, a premier neoconservative advocacy group, as well as $60,000 from the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, a right-wing foundation that has funded other militarist outfits like the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) and Daniel Pipes’ Middle East Forum, earning it a spot among the top funders of the anti-Islamic discourse in the United States according to a 2011 report by the Center for American Progress. The Marcus Foundation, which has also supported MEMRI, contributed another $250,000 to ISW during this period.

Liz Cheney, Elizabeth O’Bagy, Military contractors- a toxic brew

(The post is well worth looking at…. guess who shows up? Good old Moustafa of impeachment fame.)

Other than that all is well in the swamp.

UPDAtE: I have a piece appearing in American Thinker for anyone interested.

Marooned in No Mans Land: A nursing home

34 Responses to “Liz Cheney: ‘Dr. Fauci is one of the finest public servants we have ever had’”

  1. kidme37 Says:

    It seems DJ Trump is finding it about impossible to keep the puke stains at arms length with everything he gets involved with. I think Mnuchin is a good guy, also Kudlow and Pompeo. I’m hard pressed to think of others.

    I was initially uncomfortable with so much of DJT’s family being brought on board, but now I think there was a very good reason for doing so. Good God Y’all.

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    • Sam Huntington Says:

      It isn’t so much that Donald Trump is the best there ever was; it is more on the order that Donald Trump is better than everyone else at the present time. Unless a miracle happens, we’ll suddenly face a field of politicians similar to our choices in 2000, 2004. We could choose between Bush and Gore or Bush and Kerry. I’m so weary of having to choose between bad and worse.

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      • kidme37 Says:

        Ditto Sam. Well outside of this next election my voting career has been to vote against democrats so when it finally happens again, it won’t be something I haven’t done before.

        Hoping people realize the difference between politician and Trump(non-politician) Too much to ask for, I know.

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  2. peter3nj Says:

    Just for shits and giggles I thought it might be interesting to research this, as we say in Italian,
    bastardo falso egoista. And while his record, shows he has done good in some quarters it also seems to support the notion that while having an arms length list of credentials he is a phony self serving bastard kinda like Liz Cheney and the rest of the power hungry money grubbers in DC; a politician one might say. Could Fauci be on the way to becoming, if not there already, a darling, a useful idiot of the left?
    It should be quite clear by now to anyone not asleep at he wheel it is in the left’s (blue state governors ) best interest to keep the pandemic alive and well- pun intended- and the population sequestered and dependent on government handouts while incrementally infringing on their rights. All this in order for the Pelosi gang to propose passing out a few trillion more to the great unwashed couch potatoes while at the same time allowing them to vote from home for candidates with a D next to their name. It is much more efficient than digging up the dead and loading illegals into school buses and hauling them off to the polls.
    As for asleep at the wheel the majority of elected republicans will bend over rather than fight the good fight, their claim to fame. With phonies like Graham leading their non-offense the GOP is toast come November. Trump is smart enough to know he is in a one man struggle with only a handful of true supporters against the greatest assembly of anti-Amerikans ever gathered.
    Just one inarticulate guy’s thoughts.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      If I were a tin foil hatter I would almost say “what a coincidence.” Of course its mail in ballots…..Flynn’s Judge knows Trump will be gone leaving Flynn in limbo and no way to pardon him.. it will drag on until after the election. He will be sent to the big house for decades. It will be a lesson that no decent man or woman will ever want to get involved in government let alone take on the deep state….. Flynn might just as well be burned at the stake.

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    • Mustang Says:

      Regarding blue-state malfeasance, you might be interested in this article: http://alwaysonwatch3.blogspot.com/2020/05/government-sponsored-looting.html

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      • peter3nj Says:

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      • bunkerville Says:

        Excellent post… well worth the visit. Thanks..

        Like

      • bunkerville Says:

        Says it all Peter.. as well as “Just another brick in the wall” or whatever the title was.

        Like

      • peter3nj Says:

        We know how well printing money non-stop 24 hours a day worked out for the post WWI Weimar Republic. But thanks to plastic we won’t require a wheelbarrow when going out for a loaf of bread.
        BTW If I’m understanding correctly the latest from Herr Fauci he is saying schools can’t reopen for the fall semester thereby almost surely guaranteeing a sizable number of parents with school age children will be unable to return to work. He appears to be doing his best to endure a crippled economy and a Biden win.

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      • Mustang Says:

        The schools can remain closed insofar as I am concerned; they aren’t learning anything but commie tripe anyway.

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      • peter3nj Says:

        Agreed Mustang but for example here in NJ where 70-75% of our real estate taxes are for education- mostly for school districts where armed guards and metal detectors can mean the difference between chaos and death- it’s only right the taxpayers get free baby sitting service.,

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    • the unit Says:

      Haven’t seen any digging.
      However there is a cemetery on my road to work, Scenic Highway.
      Back then when I went to work. It was 2012
      There was a spit-tuned pick-up truck parked there among the graves that morning.
      It had a politicians magnetic sign on the door.
      Ballot harvesting I guess. 🙂

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  3. Linda Says:

    ick. They are all enemies of the State. I just read where some deepstater in the DOJ just buried Grennell’s unmasking of names.

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  4. Mustang Says:

    Garsh, Mickey … how can America fail with people such as Cheney and Fauci running the show?

    Like

  5. hocuspocus13 Says:

    Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch just filed a lawsuit against Dr Fauci
    🔸
    For his WHO records
    🔸
    That should prove interesting

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  6. markone1blog Says:

    Is “Fauci” Italian for “false?”

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  7. markone1blog Says:

    All I can do is hang my head in disbelief. This is too far beyond the pale for even Democrats. I additionally just read proof that Fauci knew of the lifesaving effects of HCQ in relation to the coronavirus quite a bit earlier than indicated; however, he has never supported it. Rather, he supports a drug that causes liver and kidney damage in large portions of those who use it.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      How did he become the end all? And we are not to question him and his edicts? At first I was a fan of Liz… one of the few GOP women who are articulate…but she is showing more of her ignorance by the day.

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    • hocuspocus13 Says:

      Go read about what Fauci knew about HIV back in the day

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    • Mustang Says:

      No wise person will agree to take the C-19 immunization. I think of this as being somewhat similar to software development where people engineer “back doors” for access to programming. In this case, though, we’re talking about virus sequencing. Believe me, I’m no expert in virology. What I am, though, is distrustful of anything government or science tells me –particularly when government and science are the same. I’m sorry to say that neither of these has a very good track record. In my mind, the question is binary: do I trust government and science enough to do as they suggest, or do I take my chances with nature? I know the result of nature: one day, I’ll die. The question then becomes one of human dignity and the freedom to choose. I’ll continue to trust in God and His mercy and stick with nature.

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    • dave drake Says:

      Very telling hand gesture on the part of Fauci. Try making that hand gesture in a ‘natural’ way….it’s not easy, unless it habitual or ingrained. I suppose we’ll see Liz Cheney doing the same soon ?

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