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RNC Disciplines RINO Liz Cheney, And She Doubles Down… Again

Until now, that is. Whether to revive its popularity among disillusioned MAGA voters or because it’s actually furious with Cheney, the RNC’s resolutions committee voted on Thursday to censure Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger. The vote to censure both was unanimous and was precipitated by the involvement of those two in the January 6th Committee, a leftist ploy to make Republicans look bad.

Are Liz Cheney’s Political Days Numbered?

Cheney has been censured by the State party and disowned by about one-third of the state’s Republican County committees. That’s not a ringing endorsement, and it all adds some weight to the perception created by the straw poll. But Liz will have insider money, and you need more than just registered Republican to win an election these days.

Knuckleheads Of The Week: Anti-Censorship ACLU Censors The Late RBG

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Trump has thrown his weight behind a conservative businesswoman named Harriet Hageman, and it’s likely to come down to a battle between those two, and you can take this to the bank: Hageman will point to Bush’s help as an example of all that is wrong with the GOP, and she will be correct. Nepotism, favoritism, and backroom deals. And with that approach, Liz Cheney will essentially be running against Donald Trump.

Biden Emboldens, Pipeline Problem, and Cheerio Cheney: The Week in Review

For the record, Rep. Cheney, we don’t expect you to be silent about Trump or anyone else. It’s OK to criticize him, and it’s OK to despise him. But he’s been out of office for four months now. Get over it. Here’s a suggestion: Stand up straight, close your eyes real tight, click your heels together, and repeat after me. “There’s no one like Mitt Romney. There’s no one like Mitt Romney.”