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Justice is on the menu, and for an appetizer, we’re serving a heaping portion of rhino BS.
Liz Cheney and her traitorous acts are about to be on display for all patriots to see.
Republican House Minority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy notified the outgoing (thank the heavens she’s done) GOP Rep Liz Cheney and the Jan 6 Committee to ‘preserve all records and transcripts and promised to investigate the special committee probing the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
McCarthy wrote a letter to the committee that said: “You’ve spent a year and a half and millions of taxpayers’ dollars conducting this investigation.
It is imperative that all information collected be preserved not just for institutional prerogatives but for transparency to the American people.
The American people have a right to know that the allegations you have made are supported by the facts.
“The official Congressional Records do not belong to you or any member, but to the American people, and they are owed all of the information you gathered — not merely the information that comports with your political agenda,” he wrote.
And we all remember the important results that emerged from that super-important committee, right? Remember all those arrests and the evidence they uncovered?
You don’t remember that?
It’s probably because it never happened. The hoax of a committee achieved nothing. Zilch.
Unless you count slandering President Trump and calling him a domestic terrorist as success. Conservatives are still sour about Liz Cheney’s role in chairing the committee.
McCarthy wrote that “some reports suggest that entire swaths of findings will be left out of the Committee’s final report.”
Democrat Rep. Bennie Thompson, who chairs the committee with Cheney said:
“McCarthy had a chance to have members on the committee, he had a chance to come and testify before the committee, so, I think the horse has left the barn.”
Well, Cheney has not left the barn yet, but she’s on her way out. Thank you, Harriet Hageman, for taking Liz’s seat in congress.
We’re not sorry to see you go, Liz. Good luck with your friends from The View.