BREAKING: Marjorie Taylor Greene Blasts RINO Liz Cheney “You And Your Daddy’s Republican Party Are In The Past”
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Republican traitor Liz Cheney has had to undergo some serious criticism lately. The latest and most noteworthy comes to us courtesy of Republican firebrand Marjorie Taylor Greene.
U.S. House Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) fired back at the soon to be unemployed U.S. House Rep Liz Cheney (R-WY) after Cheney trashed Greene’s speech at former President Donald Trump’s “Save America” rally in Iowa.
The litany on the indictment contained all the points most Republicans, and indeed Americans, should want. These include primarily the matter of Ukraine.
Here’s some history for you, Marjorie. Russia was part of the Soviet Union.— Liz Cheney (@Liz_Cheney) November 4, 2022
The Soviet Union was Communist.
Putin was a member of the KGB.
Communism & KGB = bad.
America won the Cold War.
It was a great victory for freedom.
Now you stand with Putin against freedom & America. https://t.co/DbpqxfuYci
It was just recently reported by Newsweek that:
GOP Representatives Liz Cheney and Marjorie Taylor Greene quarreled over Russian President Vladimir Putin‘s invasion of Ukraine.
Cheney and Greene represent opposing factions of the Republican Party. Cheney, who represent’s Wyoming, is seen as a more traditional conservative, and has become a pariah in the GOP for opposing Trump’s election fraud claims. Meanwhile, Greene, who hails from Georgia, is one of the most notorious pro-Trump voices in Congress. The two have diverged on myriad issues, including foreign policy.
Foreign aid to Ukraine has divided some within the GOP. Proponents of the military assistance, including Cheney, argue that the U.S. should help prevent Putin from taking over Ukraine—as he may have his sights set on other countries, including NATO member states. A war involving these nations would draw a military response under the organization’s treaty. Critics of the aid, however, argue that the money would be better spent to address domestic issues.
It was further reported by Newsweek that:
Cheney on Thursday condemned Greene for saying that “not another penny will go to Ukraine” while speaking at a Trump rally in Sioux City, Iowa. Greene has long been critical of providing foreign aid to Ukraine, though experts have said military assistance bolstered the Eastern European nation’s defense efforts against Russia.
It was then reported by Media Right News that:
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During her speech, Greene called out other “RINO” Republicans, although she didn’t mention Cheney by name.
“Republicans are going to have to be the new Republican Party. We can no longer be the party of Mitch McConnell, John McCain, Dick Cheney, George Bush, and Mitt Romney … or any other sell-out, weak Republican,” Greene insisted.
Media Right News went on to report that:
Trump also dropped his strongest hint yet that he was planning to run for president again in the 2024 election.
“In order to make our country successful and safe and glorious, I will very, very, very probably do it again. OK? Very, very, very probably.” Trump told the crowd.
One Republican that one would not want to be at the moment is certainly Liz Cheney. She sacrificed her priniples for the pleasure of being exiled by her party.
It seems that all she did was lose twice. We reported a little over a week ago that Cheney, Rep. Wyoming, is running an ad against the GOP candidate for governor in Arizona, Kari Lake. Cheney’s 30-second ad will air on television, online, and streaming platforms in Arizona before the upcoming gubernatorial election on November 8th.
In the political ad, Cheney declares, “I don’t know that I have ever voted for a Democrat, but if I lived in Arizona, I absolutely would. You have a candidate for governor, Kari Lake, you have a candidate for secretary of state, Mark Finchem, both of whom have said that they will only honor the results of an election if they agree with it.”