The endless January 6th committee hearings that go on and on and produce nothing were in primetime again last Thursday. At this point, they’re not even trying to pretend that they’re doing anything but trying to take down Trump and salvage any elections they possibly can in November.
The democrats have tried to get republicans booted off the ballot (unsuccessful so far), they’ve gotten them arrested and thrown in jail, they’ve emboldened their zealots to attack us with knives attached to cat keychains… they slander us, cancel us and kick us off social media…
Now it looks like Wyoming REP and deplorable RINO Liz Cheney is planning a September surprise for Trump and his republicans running for office in November. Maybe hearing number ten (or 11 or 12…) will be the winner.
At the end of Thursdays hearings, Cheney threatened, “See you in September.” So it looks like Lizzie and her democrat friends have some things up their sleeves to try to pull their election chances out of the crapper.
Little Miss Trump-hater tried to warn the masses not to vote for Trump again by saying, “Can a president who is willing to make the choices Donald Trump made during the violence of January 6 ever be trusted with any position of authority in our great nation?” Then she went on to talk about the great things that happened in the room in the past as if the clown show they are participating in has any historic or legitimate value.
She closed with her threat that the hearings will continue in the fall – to take out as many republican candidates as they can. She said, “Let me assure every one of you this. Our committee understands the gravity of this moment, the consequences of our nation. We have much work yet to do. And we will see you all in September.”
Chances are she’s got some exciting things planned like going after Clarence Thomas’ wife Ginny as she told her future employer CNN over the weekend when she said her kangaroo court committee was “fully prepared to contemplate a subpoena” for her.
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