As if you needed yet another bit of evidence that Liz Cheney is delusional and might need her brain checked, here it is: she still thinks she can beat Trump, or at least tear it down. Yes, really. Apparently, the RINO from Wyoming who’s only in office because some conservatives still support her warmonger of a father thinks she can take down Trump.
It’s ridiculous, but also entertaining to watch, as you can do below, watching her appear on leftist TV to rant and rave about how terrible the bad orange man who was more conservative than Reagan is because he’s fighter rather than a weakling:
As you can hear in the video, Liz Cheney, appearing on “CBS Sunday Morning” to slander Trump, said:
“We have too many people now in the Republican Party who are not taking their responsibilities seriously and who have pledged their allegiance and loyalty to Donald Trump. I mean, it is fundamentally antithetical. It is contrary to everything conservatives believe, to embrace a personality cult. And yet, that is what so many in my party are doing today.”
It’s a personality cult, you see, because conservatives saw that Trump was saying what they know to be true and fought for it, and so are fighting for him as Swamp-dwellers like Liz Cheney do their best to slander him. Ridiculous.
But shameless Liz Cheney didn’t stop there. She reiterated her point, saying “I think that large segments of it have certainly become that.” after host Robert Costa asked “Is the Republican Party a personality cult?”
Still that wasn’t all. Again he asked her if it was really a cult, to which she responded by saying:
“Yeah. I mean, I think there is absolutely a cult of personality around Donald Trump. And I think that, you know, the majority of Republicans across the country don’t want to see our system unravel. They understand how important it is to protect and defend the Constitution.”
Funny how it’s a cult of personality when it’s Americans supporting Trump, the one Republican in generations to actually stand up for their interests, but not for Conservative, Inc groups like YAF to still constantly talk about how wonderful they think Reagan was and paste pictures of him.
In any case, Liz then turned to attacking Kevin McCarthy too, saying, when asked why she thinks he has remained close to Trump, that:
“I think some of it is fear. I think it’s also craven political calculation. I think that he has decided that, you know, the most important thing to him is to attempt to be Speaker of the House. And therefore he is embracing those in our party who are anti-Semitic, he is embracing those in our party who are white nationalists, he is lying about what happened on January 6, and he’s turned his back on the Constitution.”
She’s not only crazy, but a traitor to her party. Perhaps she could read up on the meaning of loyalty before smearing those who are loyal to their champions as members of a cult.
This story syndicated with permission from Will, Author at Trending Politics