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LINK Letters From An American 04/16/2021

Representative Liz Cheney (R-WY), whom the Republican House conference dumped as chair last week after she refused to kowtow to former president Trump, said some interesting things to Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday this morning. She reiterated that House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has information about conversations with Trump surrounding the events of January 6 and should be subpoenaed if he will not talk about those things voluntarily (and, by implication, under oath).

Cheney is bringing back into the media cycle a number of things we heard between the election and January 6, but she has said that McCarthy should be subpoenaed enough times that it’s hard to believe she is talking generally.

On ABC’s This Week, Cheney also repeated the information she gave last week: that Republicans were afraid to convict Trump in his second impeachment trial because they were frightened for their lives. You may recall that the chair of the House Intelligence Committee, Adam Schiff (D-CA) said something similar in his closing remarks in January 2020 at Trump’s first impeachment trial, and Republicans claimed to be outraged. Senator James Lankford (R-OK) told reporters: “That’s insulting and demeaning to everyone to say that we somehow live in fear and that the president has threatened all of us.”

And yet, sixteen months later, here we are.

Cheney is not the only Republican who is turning on the former president and his loyalists. Last night, Trump posted a statement claiming that “the entire Database of Maricopa County in Arizona”—where the bizarre “audit” is underway—“has been DELETED!” The statement goes on to make sweeping claims about “this unbelievable Election crime,” and so on.

But, in real time, the Republican recorder of Maricopa County wrote on Twitter in response to Trump’s statement: “Wow. this is unhinged,” Stephen Richer wrote. “I’m literally looking at our voter registration database on my other screen. Right now.” He went on: “We can’t indulge these insane lies any longer. As a party. As a state. As a country. This is as readily falsifiable as 2+2=5. If we don’t call this out….”

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HippieChick58 9 May 17

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Who knows how many people have been 'bumped off' or beaten under tRumps orders. We should put nothing past this scumbag.


Entirely plausible. Trump is a New York City developer. Almost goes without saying there would be ties to the NY mafia. Enough investigation would likely reveal some relationship with Russian organized crime(the government).


Not a fan of Cheney and her dad knows ALL bout the big lie platform - he used it to invade a sovereign nation by claiming Iraq had WMDs because a credible news source said Saddam had them. While all along it was cheney andor his minions that planted the fake story and then cheney hammered on the big lie.
That said given the short attention span of the public I'm all for her shouting that trump is a liar and there is no voter fraud, trump lost and his supporters are a threat to Democracy.

And we all know where that big lie got us. We are still paying for a 'cheap war.' Still because of people like me we are still paying for the Vietnam war.

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