Notable RINO Representative Liz Cheney (WY-R) went on CNN and blasted former President Donald Trump for questioning the 2020 presidential election results.
The politician claimed that by Trump not conceding the election; he put the United States in a dangerous “no man’s land.”
CNN anchor Jake Tapper brought up a new book written by New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman where she wrote claims that Trump conspired to stay at the White House after the alleged election results were announced.
Congresswoman @Liz_Cheney talks to CNN's @jaketapper about her reaction to Donald Trump saying he'd refuse to leave the White House following the 2020 election, as documented in @maggieNYT's book. Watch: pic.twitter.com/eLxQ31CLWb
— CNN (@CNN) September 12, 2022
Cheney said, “I obviously haven’t seen her book, but sometimes people will say, ‘Well, you know, what happened wasn’t that big a deal because if Mike Pence had rejected a slate of electors, the Supreme Court would have sorted it out. There are a lot of ways people sort of say this wasn’t as dangerous as it really was. And when you hear something like that, I think you have to recognize that we were in no man’s land and territory we’ve never been in before as a nation.”
Cheney has been known to stand with Democrats on multiple issues and has a longstanding hate of Trump. Despite her popularity with the left, she lost the Wyoming primary to Trump-endorsed Harriet Hageman in August. Despite having massive donations from notable Democrats and RINOs across the country, her residents sought a much more conservative candidate.
Not entirely true. Biden is willing to define Liz Cheney as the only acceptable Republican.
The rest of the country, he hatefully derides as “fascists.” https://t.co/OxIB6ZP5AI
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) September 10, 2022
Instead of going back into the shadows, Cheney continues to bash Trump in the media and even has plans to possibly run for President in 2024.
She added, “When you think about, well, the Supreme Court would have sorted it out, you have to ask yourself, but who would have enforced the rulings of the court? And if you have a president who’s refusing to leave the White House or who’s saying he refuses to leave the White House, then anyone who sort of stands aside and says someone else will handle it is themselves putting the nation at risk. It is clear that when you were at the moment that we faced, everyone had to stand up and take responsibility. And I think that’s not surprising that those are the sentiments that he reportedly expressed. I think, again, it just affirms the reality of the danger.”
As election integrity continues to be a contentious topic, audit reports and whistleblower claims bring into question not only the 2020 election but all elections to come.