Cheney’s Long Overdue Demotion

Liz Cheney remained in a position of leadership in the GOP much longer than was warranted. Aptly labeled by the AP as the “Democrats’ new favorite Republican”, she has fallen from grace in the GOP. But, some have to wonder if it is for the right reasons.

Cheney, who is a frequent guest on left wing networks such as CNN and MSNBC has spent far too much time denouncing members of her own base and a single day in January. At the same time, she has conveniently ignored what BLM has cleverly named the “Freedom Summer”, in which billions of dollars of damage were done, dozens of people lost their lives and overtly racist propaganda was spread throughout the country. Not only did the Democrat party turn their heads during these acts of criminality, but the Vice President of the United States actively endorsed a bail fund for people that were doing far more dangerous and damaging acts than was committed by anyone on January sixth.

In an interview with Bret Baier, Cheney repeatedly told the viewers that she was doing all she could to fight for the conservative cause, and not to trust their lying eyes. Using a common Democrat slight of hand, as though she had learned it at the DNC.

The change in Republican leadership should never have gotten off of page ten. However, with Donald Trump gone, the media in all its bias, has to find another Republican figure to be the focus of coverage. Liz Cheney not only seems to have stumbled into that position for now, but she seems to actually like the attention.

Democrats would love it if all Republicans were like Liz Cheney, either complicit in spreading their propaganda or not intelligent enough to realize that she is being used, not in a bi-partisan fashion, but as novelty item to be shown off when there’s company.

Whatever the reason for Liz Cheneys’ decisions and statements, it is obvious that she has lost touch with the core of the Republican base. This should be an eye-opening example, less for Cheney, but more for the Republican Party and their future. The GOP is going to need the votes of those, “knuckle dragging, Wal-Mart shopping Trump voters” whether they want to attend the same social events or not. The Democrats have taken the reigns and the wallets of the elites in this country, but luckily for the Republican Party; if they can take advantage of it, there are a huge number of voters out there that are feeling disenfranchised right now.

Americans are losing faith in the government right now. Not just a few either. Millions of Americans are being called racist and stupid, being told that the country they love is an awful place, when they know it’s not. The reason that so many people loved Donald Trump is because his agenda put America first. If the GOP wants to gain and maintain the loyalty and eventual voting power of those people. The way to do it isn’t by telling them the President they adored was a liar and a horrible person. The Republican Party is moving in the right direction by taking Liz Cheneys leadership position away, and her voters will ultimately decide her fate politically. That is the American way. We still see the GOP trying to broker deals with the far left by touting identity politics, almost as if to say, “see, we are cool, look we have a black, cisgender, single mother as a candidate.” It’s as ridiculous as Liz Cheney agreeing with Jake Tapper or Chris Cuomo. Stop trying to be something your not GOP, millions of Americans are praying for an authentic political party .

Ira Jones

Published by Ira Jones

Believe what you want to believe, but don't believe what you are told to believe. The MSM does a disservice to the public it is supposed to inform, every time it goes to print. Together maybe we can take a journey that ends up somewhere in the same vicinity as the truth.

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