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Let me begin by congratulating Harriet Hageman for her victory yesterday. I hope she wins in November and represents Wyoming and America well during her tenure in Congress.
The best thing to come out of our two years with COVID is a general and growing skepticism of “experts.” We’ve been lied to, ineptly led, treated like children, ignored, censored, and told what’s good for us by people who think they know better than we do what’s good for us.
Liz Cheney is one of those people, her “expertise” being her superior morality and her knowledge of what’s good for Republicans and good for conservatives — despite the vast majority of Republicans and conservatives thinking otherwise.
It would be good if more “experts” could be removed from office as easily by the people over whom they hold sway by virtue of their ersatz superiority of intellect, morality, and credentials.
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