On this episode of “The Federalist Radio Hour,” Federalist Western Correspondent Tristan Justice joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss his dispatch from Rep. Matt Gaetz’s anti-Liz Cheney rally and what it means for the future of the GOP.

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  1. Taras Coolidge

    With so many new Republican Congresswomen elected, the Republicans don’t need Liz Cheney in the leadership any more.

    Fighting the Democrats is hard enough without RINOs stabbing Republicans in the back.


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  2. Ontheleftcoast Member

    Paul Mirengoff at PowerLine inadvertently clarified the situation:

    He “commended” Liz Cheney for “voting her conscience” when she voted to impeach.

    But then Cheney scolded the GOP House conference, vilifying Trump suporters as “white supremacists”:

    We cannot become the party of QAnon, we cannot become the party of Holocaust denial, we cannot become the party of white supremacy.

    Mirengoff didn’t like that:

    The Republican Party is not the party of QAnon, Holocaust denial, or white supremacy. It is in no danger of becoming that party.

    He called it “adopting Democrat talking points.”

    Maybe the same conscience she voted was speaking then, too.

    If I were Marjorie Taylor Greene, I’d put up a solid pro-Constitutional voting record in the House. There will probably be an attempt to primary her, but if she has a solid voting and speaking record and despite being stripped of committee seats does her best at constituent services, it might make for an interesting election. She’d sure have a good position to make an “idealistic outsider” argument from, especially if the Party runs a RINO against her.

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