08 February, 2021

But Which Party?

Liz Cheney: Trump 'Does Not Have a Role as the Leader of Our Party Going Forward' (breitbart.com)

Well, that may be true, but since lately Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY-AL) seems to be advancing the Democrat agenda more than the Republican one, she might be referring to the Democrats.

We are the party of Abraham Lincoln. We are the party of Ronald Reagan. We have to really take a hard look at who we are and what we stand for, and what we believe in. I think when you look at both his actions leading up to what happened on January 6th, the fact that he was impeached in a bipartisan fashion, the fact that he lost the presidency, the fact that we lost the senate. We have to be in a position where we can say we stand for principle. We stand for ideals.

She stands for Chamber of Commerce Republicans and President George W. Bush’s (R-USA) neo-conservative Republicans. Neither of those represent the current direction of the party, nor do they represent the will of the American people.

Populism has replaced Wall Street and Interventionism. If you try to go against the populists, you’re going to lose. But perhaps she doesn’t mind if the Republicans lose. As I said, lately she’s been advancing the Democrat agenda more then the Republican one.

Stephen Kruiser agrees:

I do believe that there is enough emotion to carry the Republican Party to victory on the House side of things in 2022 if it doesn’t get distracted.

Liz Cheney is a distraction.

There are over seventy-four million Republican voters who feel that the future of the party must have Donald Trump as its centerpiece — either in person or in spirit. That is far and away the largest faction in the GOP.

The other faction is comprised of Liz Cheney, Mitt Romney, and a few others who believe that the party would be more comfortable returning to its Bush-era days of being little more than a lapdog for the Democrats and their flying monkeys in the MSM. As I have stated on more than one occasion, that’s the path to permanent oblivion of Republicans.

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