The Republican battle has entered a new phase, with Liz Cheney ringing its first shot on Sunday night.
“We are facing a threat we have never faced before. The former president is trying to unravel the constitutional republican. At this point, we all have to evoke the courage to face it.” Cheney, a Republican in Wyoming and a major adversary to GOP’s Donald Trump, said: Sunday night speech..
Chaney made a statement at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library after the agency awarded her a profile award for courage. She was one of the five award-winning people, along with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Three other American officials from both parties After the 2020 election, he was hit hard by Trump and his supporters.
A direct shot of Chainy to Trump-calling him the current and ongoing “threat” to the survival of the Republic-starts a week full of drama within the GOP.
Former Vice President Mike Pence of Trump will meet with Georgia Governor Brian Kemp on Monday night, the night before Republican voters go to vote in Peach. Trump made Kemp the primary goal of post-election removal in 2020, as conservative Republican Kemp refused to agree with Trump’s efforts to overturn the outcome.
Kemp appears ready to defeat Trump’s carefully selected governor candidate, former US Senator David Perdue.Polling is It consistently shows that Kemp is over 50%. Ahead of Perdue, enough to avoid the final vote and win a full Republican nomination on Tuesday.
The appearance of Pence with Kemp was of the former Vice President The boldest move ever With his ongoing divorce from Trump. Pence has been cautious for months, celebrating the administration’s policy outcomes and trying to quickly refute Trump’s lies about the elections.
A close observer of Pence noticed a pattern of steady and gradual escalation of his willingness to rebuke Trump. But the Georgia rally is the clearest sign that it’s more than just poking Trump ahead of the 2024 Republican primary.
have Conclusion allegedly Trump has launched a new attack to the west against Chainy, as it is the cause of Georgia’s loss.On Saturday he travels to Wyoming Campaign for Chainy And for her main enemy Harriet Hagueman..
Trump has a mixed record this year in a contested primary election in which he tried to expel a Republican who he thought was not loyal enough to him. But at the August 16th Primary in Wyoming, defeating the Republican’s most outspoken Trump critic, Chainy, is now a top priority for him.Conversely, Republicans who want to move Republicans beyond Trump have united. Around ChainyRaised funds for her as she tried to stop the assault of the former president.
All of this sets up a series of hearings to be held on January 6, 2021 by the Parliamentary Commission investigating the attack on the US Capitol. The Commission believes it can show the public that Trump has attempted to overturn the election results by various means, in a way that has not yet been fully revealed, and that he intends during the riots. One source told Yahoo News that he didn’t do anything.
Chainy is the Vice-Chairman of the Commission and will play a leading role in these hearings beginning June 9. Her speech at the Kennedy Library on Sunday served as a preview of how she contextualized the events of January 6th.
Chainy is a Republican royal family. She is the daughter of Dick Cheney, a former Wyoming MP and Secretary of Defense who became Vice President of George W. Bush. But on Sunday, she talked about her great-grandfather, Samuel Fletcher Chainy, who fought for the Union in the Civil War. She portrayed the current democratic crisis in the context of America’s bloodiest conflict.
“I’ve noticed that I’ve been thinking a lot about the coalition he fought to defend with his great-grandfather, especially since January 6th, and this wasn’t as true as the night of January 6th itself.” She said.
Chaney then spoke in great detail about walking the Capitol after the protrump rioters who tried to suspend the recognition of the 2020 elections were banished and defeated by law enforcement agencies.
Chainy described a room in a house that is still littered with broken glass and furniture piled up on the walls to counter the riots. She talked about walking in the statue hall where Abraham Lincoln served in Congress, and about seeing police in tactical equipment leaning against the statue, surrounded by empty water bottles scattered on the floor. They were engaged for hours. “
And she talked about walking to the Capitol Rotunda, a magnificent arched room in the center of the country’s iconic symbol of democracy, where the former president of his homeland lay in the state. Chainy called the rotunda “the most sacred space in our republic.” Police were also fighting the Trump riots there.
Chainy talked about seeing Painting of John Trumbull George Washington resigned from his post as Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army at the end of the Revolutionary War in 1783.
“By this noble act, George Washington set an essential example of the change of government in our country, which President Reagan called” a miracle. ” This is what President Kennedy called in his inaugural address a “festival of liberty,” said Chainy. “And this sacred duty to defend the change of power has been respected by all but one US President.”
Chainy quoted Kennedy from the first and only inaugural address in 1961. “In the long history of the world, only a few generations have been given the role of defending freedom in the most dangerous times,” Kennedy said.
Chainy concludes: “Today, that role is ours …. The problem for each of us is at the time of this test, do we fulfill our obligations? Do we uphold the Constitution? Do we support the truth? Do we oblige oaths rather than partisan politics? Or do we look away from danger, ignore threats, accept lies, and enable lies? ? “
It was a powerful and powerful speech to Trump and trumpism, as other politicians did, foreseeing what Chainy would do to the former president in the coming weeks.
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