How come we – the wide American public, have missed them? And even more – with the mid-terms around the corner?
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Liz Cheney is going to have a busy period in 2022, and she’s definitely been “a naughty girl”, standing strongly and unjustly against oir President Trump. But will she be getting “political presents” in the upcoming year? Is she going to be able to keep her precious seat?
A Christmas newsletter to constituents would not be worth mentioning, but in Cheney’s case, the topics of her newsletter are revealing of her position and the image she is trying to create for herself.
“Last December, Liz Cheney was one of a large number of Republicans who had sort of acquiesced to Trump but kept their distance. Now she is the leader of the ‘we-need-to-repudiate-Trump’ Republicans,” said Bill Kristol, the conservative writer and director of Defending Democracy Together, according to CNN.
“However, Cheney’s state of Wyoming is a deeply conservative, Republican state. In the 2020 presidential election, 69.9 % of the state voted for Trump while only 26.6 % voted for President Joe Biden,” the report added.
Last week was an explosive week for the inquiring committee and Cheney in particular. It sifted through the text messages of former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.
Cheney actually read aloud some of the text message exchanges between Meadows and other Republican lawmakers, from Jan. 6, as The New York Times reported.
“It’s really bad up here on the Hill,” one text read.
“The president needs to stop this ASAP,” another said.
“Fix this now,” the third read.
But, in her newsletter to her constituents, Cheney’s staff made sure to leave out any mention of her involvement in the inquiry.
Instead, the newsletter focused on how Cheney sponsored the “Coal Council Certainty Act of 2021.” She pushed back against Biden’s “harmful energy policies.” She is working to address the issues facing Wyoming’s agriculture. She promoted honoring veterans and servicemen, as she did at a Wreath of Remembrance ceremony.
Hageman, her strongest political oponent, has already called Cheney out for her duplicity in front of her constituents.
“Liz Cheney spends all of her time co-chairing the sham January 6 Committee, working for Nancy Pelosi, spinning false conspiracy theories, and abetting the falsification of evidence by Adam Schiff,” she told The Spectator.
“But when she sends her newsletters back home, she never mentions any of that, because she knows Wyomingites don’t support it.”