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Sore Loser Liz Cheney Whines: Republicans Who Disagree With Me Hate The Constitution, Are Unfit For Office (Video)

While appearing on Sunday’s edition of ABC News’ “This Week,” sore loser Liz Cheney, who was recently destroyed in her primary, whined and moaned about Republicans who disagree with her, and essentially told Jonathan Karl that anyone who doesn’t think as she does hates the Constitution and are unfit for office.

Along the way, she spewed blatantly false information — the kind that would get anyone to the right of Stalin banned from many social media outlets.

“Donald Trump is certainly the center of the threat, but election denial, denying the fundamental function and principle, at the center of our constitutional republic is dangerous, broadly speaking. He’s certainly leading that effort and leading that movement. He also, because we know precisely what he will do because he’s done it, sending an armed mob here to the Capitol to try to overturn the results of an election. There’s simply no way the nation can, in my view, sustain itself if we excuse that and put him in a position of power again,” she said.

Of course, Trump never sent an “armed mob” to the Capitol, but Cheney doesn’t care about “facts” or this little thing I like to call “reality.”

“You’re going to work against election deniers, if it’s not Trump and if it’s somebody like Ron DeSantis, Ted Cruz, Josh Hawley, these are all people who tied them closely to Trump, will you oppose them? Can you see yourself supporting any of them?” Karl asked.

“It would be very difficult. When you look at somebody like Josh Hawley or Ted Cruz, both of whom know better, both of whom no exactly the role of Congress is in terms of our constitutional obligations with respect to presidential elections, and yet both of whom took steps that, that fundamentally threatened the constitutional order and structure in the aftermath of the last election. So, you know, in my view, they both have made themselves unfit for future office,” Cheney falsely claimed.

When asked about Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, Cheney moaned: “DeSantis, who is right now campaigning for election deniers, and I think that’s something that I think people have to have real pause about. Either you fundamentally believe in and support our constitutional structure, or you don’t.”

But she wasn’t finished.  She also claimed that Kevin McCarthy isn’t fit to be Speaker of the House.

Translation: Anyone who disagrees with me hates the Constitution and isn’t fit for office.

Got that?  And this is the woman who thinks she’s the reincarnation of Abraham Lincoln and is mulling a run for the White House in 2024.  In reality, she’s quite possibly the most reviled person in the GOP right now, followed closely by RINO Mitt Romney, according to a straw poll run by the conservative group Americans for Limited Government.

This  rhetoric is nothing new for Cheney.  Remember, she called her own constituents “crazies” and falsely castigated the GOP as opposing the Constitution.

She completed her failed campaign of hate with an ad featuring her father, the former vice president, spewing the kind of fighting words that would probably see him eating a knuckle sandwich if he were to say the same thing to someone’s face.

One person observed:


Hatred will do that to a person.

Note to sore loser Liz Cheney: Don’t go away mad, Liz.  Just go away.

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Joe Newby

A 10-year veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, Joe ran for a city council position in Riverside, Calif., in 1991 and managed successful campaigns for the Idaho state legislature. Co-author of "Banned: How Facebook enables militant Islamic jihad," Joe wrote for Examiner.com from 2010 until it closed in 2016 and his work has been published at Newsbusters, Spokane Faith and Values and other sites. He now runs the Conservative Firing Line.

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