Liz Cheney: The GOP Is At a Turning Point. History Is Watching Us

It is great news that she is on the way out.

After running against them, Donald Trump didn’t have it in him to purge these people from the GOP. He embraced them and used his presidency to push their toxic agenda. They returned the favor by voting for his impeachment. We were furious with Trump for keeping these snakes around.

Washington Post:

“Donald Trump has repeated his claims that the 2020 election was a fraud and was stolen. His message: I am still the rightful president, and President Biden is illegitimate. Trump repeats these words now with full knowledge that exactly this type of language provoked violence on Jan. 6. And, as the Justice Department and multiple federal judges have suggested, there is good reason to believe that Trump’s language can provoke violence again. Trump is seeking to unravel critical elements of our constitutional structure that make democracy work — confidence in the result of elections and the rule of law. No other American president has ever done this.

The Republican Party is at a turning point, and Republicans must decide whether we are going to choose truth and fidelity to the Constitution. In the immediate wake of the violence of Jan. 6, almost all of us knew the gravity and the cause of what had just happened — we had witnessed it firsthand. …

I am a conservative Republican, and the most conservative of conservative values is reverence for the rule of law. Each of us swears an oath before God to uphold our Constitution. The electoral college has spoken. More than 60 state and federal courts, including multiple Trump-appointed judges, have rejected the former president’s arguments, and refused to overturn election results. That is the rule of law; that is our constitutional system for resolving claims of election fraud. …”

Yeah, I don’t care about any of this.

I didn’t even vote for Trump in 2020.

Donald Trump isn’t even the president anymore.

My problem with Liz Cheney is that she is a neocon. I’ve hated these people and everything they represent since they plunged us into the Iraq War in the George W. Bush administration. It has nothing to do with Donald Trump. This should have happened like 10 or 15 years ago.

What are we to make of this? In the last several months, it seems like the GOP has lost the Red Dogs, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Wall Street, the Pentagon, the neocons and the country club crowd. It seems like all of the worst people in the Republican Party are becoming Democrats. The average Republican voter has also gotten better on nearly all issues across the board. That’s good, right?

Why is this happening now? I have no idea why it took so long to realize these people had to go. It is happening though. Maybe this is just how long it always takes for old people to lose power. The Democrats are welcome to have Bill Kristol, Nicolle Wallace and Liz Cheney and their ilk. George W. Bush is being rehabilitated by the corporate media as one of the good guys too.

Note: PMC TV has been running dozens of segments on Liz Cheney out of class solidarity.

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9 Comments

  1. I agree with the Congresslady – History IS watching.

    AND … to the very best of my perceptive abilities, what are witnessing are the wheels of what has long seemed the neverending expansion of New England Federalism coming to a stop.

    Confederate ideas, long out of style have become the fashion, and, if the winds of that change were not enough, The Federal Establishment’s inability to take stock in themselves, and make some necessary rectifications, accelerates and assures those processes.

    By 2050, this country will much more resemble what it did in 1850, than what it is now or it will not exist, or, at least, certainly not as a unified whole.

  2. “History is watching” as in the genocide of whites will be remembered as a new Jewish holiday?

  3. I loath this awful woman and her neo-con daddy. That whole tribe of warmongering Leftists who thrived under GW was terrible. They should be kicked out of the GOP.

  4. “My problem with Liz Cheney is that she is a neocon. I’ve hated these people and everything they represent since they plunged us into the Iraq War in the George W. Bush administration.”

    Many times I’ve searcht myself, to fathom how we went from the kind of America we seemed to be in my youth, to the kind of America we seem to be now.

    After all the contemplations of The Jewish Question, The Free Trade Globalist destruction of our economy, the turn of an entire generation, in the 1960s, to a a hedonistick lifestyle, the legalizing of mass infanticide, the flooding of the country with aliens, the corporate buy out of both major parties, the descent into a spy-state coupled with the gradual erosion of constitutional protections, the hostility towards all traditions, not to mention the dumbing down of our culture, and I can only conclude this :

    Somewhere in the 20th century, The Devil got control of our collective soul.

    Apropos, Father Hilarion, of The Russian Orthodox Church, said the other day : ‘Any nation that turns it’s back on Chryst will be unable to keep it’s identity.”

    Is not the America of 2021 the very embodiment of that?

    • The Citizens United SCOTUS decision championed by republicans made corporations people. That is why there is so much dirty money in politics and corporations own both parties. They have the money so they rule the world.

      Not a single republican would agree to repeal, and democrat leadership say they want it repealed but I think they are lying. Since it will never happen with republicans, democrats will never be put to the test.

      Our republican state reps and senators rarely work unless they are shilling for Trump, so we can not get them on the phone to ask.

  5. Republican snakes, cowards, and traitors. The Republican Party’s only hope is to adopt a nationalist agenda against globalism. It must also jettison conservatism, which has repeatedly proven it is not an ideology, just a defensive posture parroting vague Magic Dirt platitudes.

    Whether or not such a new GOP actively embraces whites and a Euro-American stance, or instead just handles it quietly in the background, is moot. The left will accuse it of racism regardless.
    Of course, don’t hold your breath… none of these changes will ever happen.

  6. Every one of these so-called populist republicans voted against stimulus, healthcare, and middle class tax cuts period, not just the SALT deduction.

    They will use Trump to win their races and go right back to standard trickle down economics and abandon all of this “culture stuff” since the Trump party is multi-culti anyway, including Mr. Jenner.

    Mr. Jenner who whined in his private plane hangar about maybe leaving CA. Mr. Jenner who played in womens golf tournaments & is lying about his position on men in women’s sports now.

    The entire GOP is a grift operation. I can’t believe how ignorant my family has been for years.

  7. Questionable things happening in the middle of the night in the swing state ghettos non withstanding, it doesn’t help to double down on strange conspiracy theories that Trump, Sydney Powell, Giuliani, etc. harped on about after the election when it is all in plain sight. When you mail out millions of ballot to every last bum on the street it’s no doubt that the democrats would win. They imported 100 million Fake Americans over the last four decades and combined with the idiot young whites still full of the communist brainwashing they got in the school system, and native blacks. You have a majority coalition against normal America. Quite simply America now has a majority of bad people and having a popularity contest at the ballot box will lead to disaster from now on. The relics of the prosperous mid 20th century America need to realize that things they took for granted no longer apply.

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