Liz Cheney: ‘We really had a terrific vote tonite’ upon remaining in leadership


Only the GOP would keep someone in leadership who has a 13% approval rating among her own voters.

91% of Republican voters would vote for President Trump again today.
Only 13% of Wyoming Republicans would vote for Liz Cheney again.
Republican lawmakers could not care less.

Liz Cheney:  We really had a terrific vote tonight, a terrific time this evening.  Laying out what we’re going to do moving forward as well as making it clear that we’re not going to be divided and that we’re not going to be in a situation where people can pick off any member of leadership.

Liz Cheney

She spoke to reporters after selling out our orange man. McCarthy and McConnell very happy. The vote was 145-61. Wow. It really is a death cult as opposed to us Trumpsters.

And thus a third party was born.



And that indeed is the very best the swamp has to offer.

31 Responses to “Liz Cheney: ‘We really had a terrific vote tonite’ upon remaining in leadership”

  1. MaddMedic Says:

    You will comply and obey…The Swamp demands this. Eff the Repuplicans Grand Old Party of idiots..

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Linda Says:

    “And thus a third party was born.”…indeed…I am done with both parties. Now that Marjorie Taylor Green was kicked off the committees. Horrible. She might be a little cracked, but I like her. ANYWAYS, DONE. I have had enough of this farce.

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  3. Steve Dennis Says:

    I think this drives home the point we have realized since Trump lost (actually we probably knew if before then but did not want to believe it) that the Republican party is irredeemable at this point. The Republicans will go on playing their part as part of the establishment and it will never change.

    Liked by 1 person

    • bunkerville Says:

      I know it is no doubt the death knell if we give up on the GOP but its getting to the point of no return. The arrogance of this says it all. As long as Trump is up for it I’ll stick but I doubt he will stay interested. I just read they are trying to kick him out of Mara Logo. Something about making it a residence…


  4. geeez2014 Says:

    Unbelievable…and what a snarky, ridiculous excuse for her behavior, suggesting that was about UNITY. UNITY is about standing with the majority of THE PEOPLE, not your political future…which, with 13% can’t be great, anyway, thank GOD.

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  5. Mustang Says:

    I have one question. Lindsey Graham described Cheney as “one of the strongest and most reliable conservative voices.” How would Graham know that?

    In January, 107 members of the House Republican Conference called for her removal. A few days later, only 62 showed up to vote against her, and one of those voted “present.” It does make you wonder what kinds of backroom deals were made to secure the re-election. It must have been some powerfully good Irish whiskey.

    I have to agree with Bill — a third party guarantees Biden/Harris another four-year term. In 59 presidential elections since 1788, third party candidates have won at least 5% of the vote on twelve occasions. However, only once has a third party candidate performed better than one of the two major parties, and that was in 1912 when Roosevelt (Independent) beat Taft (Republican) and gave the election to Woodrow Wilson.

    I’m not sure how conservative mass suicide helps our nation. We may detest the RINO party, but it’s all we have that has any chance of winning a major election — and it certainly won’t include Trump or anyone like Trump.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Excellent point you mention regarding the 107… no doubt they were threatened with losing their committee assignments at the least and recall the slush fund of about 15 million buckeroos hush fund to cover “sexual and other discrimination” claims.. some of those could rise from the ashes.
      I go back and forth regarding third parties. True. But did not the Whigs/GOP start out and lose an election or two until their birth? Either way, the point is moot in what I believe or not. The Trumpers will not accept this nonsense and many would prefer to take the GOP down with them then to slowly die with the Republic in the Rino hands.

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    • hocuspocus13 Says:

      61 GOPs not bought & paid for is a pretty good start…

      Liked by 2 people

      • bunkerville Says:

        I will keep that in mind.. and no doubt a couple of Dems who wish not to be identified at this point. If we can roll through the next couple of years…. but wow….going to be a rough ride.


    • peter3nj Says:

      If Graham was a vegetable instead of a fruit he’d be a butternut squash.

      Liked by 1 person

  6. hocuspocus13 Says:

    I look at this perhaps differently then most

    I take to notice that number of 61

    That shows me we are moving in the right direction including the big number of seats won by Conservative Women in the House

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Bill Heffner Says:

    And as a third party is born the Democrats are cemented in power for the forseeable future. “If you don’t support Trump, you ain’t a Republican.” Brilliant. Give us a nation which is 30% Democrat, 15% Republican and 15% ex-Republican. We have made the unbelievable accomplishment of becoming even more stupid than the Democrats.

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  8. lgbmiel Says:

    One cannot fix a thoroughly corrupted system using that thoroughly corrupted system. Everything is rigged to keep them in power. Voters have no control at all.

    This is the very definition of taxation without representation.

    One cannot keep doing the same things over and over again and expect different results.

    Liked by 3 people

    • peter3nj Says:

      Is that no longer true? Biden ran for the presidency as a corrupt ass-hat how many times before finally winning the election once again running as a corrupt ass-hat? I take that back. This time was different with him now suffering from Alzheimers.

      Liked by 1 person

      • bunkerville Says:

        Times change.. Recall the first run he was knocked out for plagerizing .. now that is just a small potato in the big picture. Now lies mean nothing nor stealing millions. I agree it takes a bit of senility to pull the trick off.

        Liked by 1 person

      • lgbmiel Says:

        biden wasn’t ‘the guy’ when he ran before. The democrat party wanted someone else.

        Voters don’t matter, party picks the candidates, decides who gets the money, who gets the support. The republican party killed the Tea Party. They deliberately, maliciously killed it.

        The system which corrupt political parties have created ensures that the voters don’t decide who their representatives are. Political parties have rigged it so that our representatives obey everyone but us.

        That is what I’m talking about by rigged. Voters don’t decide anything. Political parties have rigged it so that we control nothing.

        Voters need to reclaim the power that political parties and other groups have stolen from us.

        Until that is rectified, everything will remain the same. Thirty years from now people will be talking about how the republican party doesn’t represent them and ‘something just has to be done.’

        Liked by 1 person

      • peter3nj Says:

        Image is more than everything today. What organization in its right mind would use Tea to dominate its images as opposed to Taxed Enough Already?
        Teabagging anyone?
        Taxed enough already. I do not know of any moron who couldn’t relate to being taxed enough already. More than a few stepford men and women may have seen the light if appealed to in a way they could have related to.

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  9. peter3nj Says:

    The precursor to the Rush Limbaughs of the talk radio world, voice of and for ultra conservatism the late great Bob Grant was fond of saying “so and so folded like a cheap camera.” While cheap folding cameras are a relic of the near past the republicans of today do their best keep that image fresh and alive in our minds. Should she ever seriously have her eye on the Oval Office Cheney needs only change parties and declare herself a woman of color.

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  10. markone1blog Says:

    Hopefully, the people in her district will not forget that she voted for impeachment and followed that by introducing a go-nowhere bill (unless she has a majority in her hip pocket) on prohibiting moratoriums on leasing of coal, oi, and gas. I am all for the sentiment, but sentiment doesn’t pay the bills.

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  11. nrringlee Says:

    GOP/NRC to Conservative America: We hate you. Send money.

    Liked by 5 people

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