Liz Cheney has the political instincts of a kumquat

Liz Cheney has the political instincts of a kumquat

Was Liz Cheney developed in a lab by feckless, loser Republicans?

Did Dr. Frankenstein dig up the body of John McCain, stuff in the brain of some woman named Abby Normal, load in columns from the Bulwark, send electricity coursing through the lifeless corpse, and Liz Cheney came into being?

If you want the Poster Girl for how not to do politics, look no further than Liz Cheney.

What’s Rule Number One?

Never accept as Truth the lies and slanders told by the Left.


As Jesse Kelly explained in his column at the Federalist last week:

The weakness and stupidity of America’s right has allowed false narratives to cement in the minds of the public. It’s killing our freedoms. It’s killing our jobs. It’s killing our families. It’s killing our schools. It’s killing our nation.

If they decide to use the word “insurrection” to describe a bunch of goofballs meandering through the Capitol building snapping selfies, don’t be an idiot and describe that one-off mob as an “insurrection.” Instead, laugh and roll your eyes at the absurdity of it all.

And if the media and the Democrats spend four years slandering Republican voters as white supremacists, you are not under any moral obligation to accept that as fact while scrambling to convince them that you are not a white supremacist.

In fact, you are under a moral obligation to tell them to get stuffed.

How many times did these cretins demand President Trump disavow white supremacists despite the fact that he did?

They’ll never stop demanding you grovel.

They’ll never stop demanding you “disavow” something that every sentient being finds repugnant.

It’s the old “when did you stop beating your wife” conundrum.

Don’t fall for it, for crap’s sake.

As Jesse Kelly once said on Twitter, “Stop lamely defending yourself against the communists and start playing offense. I’m gonna vomit if I see one more Republican denounce ‘white supremacy.’”

Well, get ready to vomit, Jesse.

Why do we need to make it clear when it isn’t true to begin with?

Well, because Liz Cheney, like every feckless Republican who cowers in terror of bad press, dances to the Left’s tune in hopes that the Left will not call her names.

No wonder the Democrat-aligned media wants Liz Cheney to be the future of the Republican Party. Their success depends on the opposition party cowering before them.

We need to stop accepting the lies and slanders perpetrated by the Democrats and their media handmaids.

Why play a rigged game when the rules are created by the Left and only apply to us?

It’s stunning to me that, rather than condemn the media’s slander of the Republican base, Liz Cheney accepts the slander as fact, then grovels like a supplicant while tossing the base under a bus.

Then again, Liz Cheney has the political instincts of a kumquat.

We don’t need to make it clear that “we aren’t the party of white supremacy.” Because we aren’t the party of white supremacy. The only proper response to people claiming we are is to laugh in their faces.

Or, you could do what Jesse Kelly does and throw those rules right back at them:

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Any politician who plays along with the slanderous BS burped out by a hyper-partisan media really has no business being part of the Republican leadership in Congress – certainly not if Republicans expect to defeat these Leftist assholes.

If we want any hope of defeating them and putting an end to their lies, what Republicans should “make clear” is we are not the Party of Liz Cheney.

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4 thoughts on “Liz Cheney has the political instincts of a kumquat

  • February 24, 2021 at 11:17 am

    Liz is like this conservative pundit who says that even though Neera Tanden has a problematic past with tweets and other behavior the GOP in the Senate should just go ahead and accept her, because of “reasons.” Obviously these “conservatives” have never heard the saying “thou shall force the left to conform to the rules they have set forth for conservatives and anyone else.” Of course, some of these same conservatives have broken the commandment, “thou shall not attack members of your own party (especially when there is zero justification, except for ‘principles’).”

  • February 24, 2021 at 12:38 pm

    We call this “The Charlottesville Rule”… I love it Jesse Kelly! We now need to jam this kind of thing in their faces at every possible opportunity. That’s how it is now, and if we don’t do it we’ll lose.

  • February 24, 2021 at 1:43 pm

    I wish swampy Liz could have seen the Stop the Steal rallies in Beverly Hills. By my estimate at least a third of the participants were non-white. As has been speculated, she knows her time in the congress is over. But she’s just giving the Rino pose one last shot so she can get a place to sink comfortably into the swamp, or maybe get a job at CNN or MSNBC.

  • February 24, 2021 at 1:56 pm

    The conservative electorate’s biggest problem is that the Republican party (GOPe) really is the party of Liz Cheney and vice versa. I can’t think of a single Republican member of the House or the Senate with enough backbone to treat the Democrats or the MSM like Jesse Kelly suggests.

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