Liz Cheney Slaps Down Trump's Attempt To Redefine 2020 Election As 'THE BIG LIE'

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Kudos for actually simply answering the questions. I fully expected @Section2 - esque deflection.

I put you in the category of generally non-seditionist, assuming these are legitimate answers. I would say that you will be lumped back in, if you vote for a seditionist in #3. I'll give you a pass on #4, as you've demonstrated previously that you don't understand the hierarchy involved and aren't honest enough with yourself to examine the situation. #s 1, 2 & 5 win the day, however.
How you think of me is meaningless. Where you lump me in is meaningless.

You leftist’s have called me a bunch of names that end with “ist” and it’s all meaningless.
 

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I don't agree with this.

I find it shocking that Trump could garner any intelligent person's vote in 2020, however the Ds put up a fairly weak candidate, well past his prime. And 1/6 had not occurred.

Any upcoming vote for an R that voted to challenge the election on 1/6 in support of the Big Lie or anyone still supporting the Big Lie at this point in time, including those that voted to oust Cheney, which is a vote for the Big Lie would lump you in.

Stand up, tell those people to shut their mouths, and stand with America. Publicly. Demand the end of Don Trump's influence.

I think you can remain a Republican, while voting to get rid of the seditionists and those complicit in the Big Lie. We need a functional R party. The party led by Don Trump is not functional. It's amazingly sad.
Unfortunately, that ship may have sailed. That is assuming it has existed in recent years.
 

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oh JHFC. Ridiculousness. You have to be pretty messed up to actually believe that Northern and Western Europeans aren't some of the freest people on earth. Canadians, too. In common, they tend to have more "socialism" than we have here. They are also generally happier people.
Travel is good!
 

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The election was stolen
Let's try this, Snowflake:

1. Did Biden legitimately win the 2020 election over Don Trump?
2. Did you support the 1/6 objections to the 2020 election certification?
3. Will you vote for those that did in #2?
4. Did you support ousting Liz Cheney?
5. Will you publicly tell Don Trump to retire to his golf course business, where he can claim hole in one whenever he wants?

Please note, these are all yes/no questions.

1. No. The majority of Americans don't believe Biden won legitimately. It's not a fringe position.
2. Yes. There were obvious red flags and anomalies about the 2020 election that were never investigated.
3. Yes. MAGA is the GOP now. If you want to vote for a corporate, war hawk, never-Trumper it'll have to be as a Dem or 3rd party.
4. Yes. She, like all the never-Trumpers Neocons worked against the will of the people for four years. She thinks her feelings are more important than democracy.
5. No. Trump is the leader of the GOP. He decides who wins in the GOP. He can run in 2024 if he wants, or he can choose who will run. The left and their Neocon brethren want to pretend Trump is some fringe character, when in fact he is the most popular politician in the United States of America & will continue to represent the majority of us.
 

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You are the poster child of the left. You are the very definition of the leftist’s flock.
If all that's required to be "left" is to loathe what has become of the Republican party, maybe. If supporting the majority of the far left's ambitions, not even close. But you don't care.
 



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oh JHFC. Ridiculousness. You have to be pretty messed up to actually believe that Northern and Western Europeans aren't some of the freest people on earth. Canadians, too. In common, they tend to have more "socialism" than we have here. They are also generally happier people.
Do you actually know anyone who lives in a European country? They have so many regulations and socialized restrictions they can't poop without a permit. Now go crawl back under the rock where you live.
 


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The election was stolen


1. No. The majority of Americans don't believe Biden won legitimately. It's not a fringe position.
2. Yes. There were obvious red flags and anomalies about the 2020 election that were never investigated.
3. Yes. MAGA is the GOP now. If you want to vote for a corporate, war hawk, never-Trumper it'll have to be as a Dem or 3rd party.
4. Yes. She, like all the never-Trumpers Neocons worked against the will of the people for four years. She thinks her feelings are more important than democracy.
5. No. Trump is the leader of the GOP. He decides who wins in the GOP. He can run in 2024 if he wants, or he can choose who will run. The left and their Neocon brethren want to pretend Trump is some fringe character, when in fact he is the most popular politician in the United States of America & will continue to represent the majority of us.
1. No they don't. Yes it is.
2. No there weren't.
3. If true, very sad.
4. No Comment - I know nothing about Liz
5. If true, God help us all.
 



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Will you believe them if they say so?
ZZZ. I never denied you voted for JoJo the clown. Maybe the GOP splinter party and the libertarians can join up and nominate someone sane. But probably not.
 

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From Reuters:

Over 100 former Republican officials will sign a letter on Thursday declaring that if the Republican Party does not break with former President Donald Trump and change course, they will back the creation of a third party.

The letter, headlined: "A Call For American Renewal," is an exploratory move toward forming a breakaway party, two of its organizers said. The group is dismayed by what it says is a modern Republican Party driven by its allegiance to Trump, who continues to falsely claim the 2020 election was stolen from him.

The letter signatories, who include former ambassadors, governors, congressional members and Cabinet secretaries, want the Republican Party to return to "principled" leadership and reject division and conspiracy theories, or face a new party dedicated to fighting for Republicans such as Cheney and against fearmongering and lies.

Backers of the reform group include former Republican Governors Tom Ridge, Christine Todd Whitman, George W. Bush-era Transportation Secretary Mary Peters and former House members Charlie Dent, Barbara Comstock, Reid Ribble and Mickey Edwards.
 

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ZZZ. I never denied you voted for JoJo the clown. Maybe the GOP splinter party and the libertarians can join up and nominate someone sane. But probably not.
Ummmmmmmmmm
 

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How you think of me is meaningless. Where you lump me in is meaningless.

You leftist’s have called me a bunch of names that end with “ist” and it’s all meaningless.
That's interesting, because you've made about 10 posts responding to something you call meaningless.
 



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1. No they don't. Yes it is.
2. No there weren't.
3. If true, very sad.
4. No Comment - I know nothing about Liz
5. If true, God help us all.
All you lefties that say Spoofin takes only one side, please take note of this very straightforward indicator that he does stand on the side of reason. I am going to continue to cut him some slack, even as he tends to browbeat you folks WAY more than the right wing nuts like @Section2, because he has consistently (if not ubiquitously) revealed a much more centered view, like this above. Specifically, he clearly does not believe the Big Lie or support it in any way that I've seen.
 

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The election was stolen


1. No. The majority of Americans don't believe Biden won legitimately. It's not a fringe position.
2. Yes. There were obvious red flags and anomalies about the 2020 election that were never investigated.
3. Yes. MAGA is the GOP now. If you want to vote for a corporate, war hawk, never-Trumper it'll have to be as a Dem or 3rd party.
4. Yes. She, like all the never-Trumpers Neocons worked against the will of the people for four years. She thinks her feelings are more important than democracy.
5. No. Trump is the leader of the GOP. He decides who wins in the GOP. He can run in 2024 if he wants, or he can choose who will run. The left and their Neocon brethren want to pretend Trump is some fringe character, when in fact he is the most popular politician in the United States of America & will continue to represent the majority of us.
What a dumb-assed Troll post from CantStopReekinGopher - our Troll on Work Release. Credit for straightforward answers though.
 

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Do you actually know anyone who lives in a European country? They have so many regulations and socialized restrictions they can't poop without a permit. Now go crawl back under the rock where you live.
I do. I even stayed with them. My wife worked over there for the total of over a year. Not what you are making it out to be.
 



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Approximately 175 members of your caucus in the House and ten members of the Senate voted to overturn the election. Additionally, most of the seditionist attorneys general signed on to one of the major cases that went to SCOTUS seeking to overturn the election. Currently, many seditionist legislatures have passed voting restrictions legislation that will allow seditionist legislatures to overturn any election results that they dislike.

Consider yourselves lumped.
Many could see the stacking of the courts (sound familiar). Many could also see this was one of the reasons why.
 

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The lefties now love them some Cheney! How the wheel in the sky turns... 🤣
 






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Now let's primary Cheney and then ditto for Romney.

MY WHAT A BIG

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U DON'T GOT.

WooHoo, go for it kiddo - that strategy might work for the midterms, but you guys like to play checkers rather than chess - Dump is the perfect example of it.

You need to rename your partner to the Bunkers!!!
 

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The election was stolen


1. No. The majority of Americans don't believe Biden won legitimately. It's not a fringe position.
2. Yes. There were obvious red flags and anomalies about the 2020 election that were never investigated.
3. Yes. MAGA is the GOP now. If you want to vote for a corporate, war hawk, never-Trumper it'll have to be as a Dem or 3rd party.
4. Yes. She, like all the never-Trumpers Neocons worked against the will of the people for four years. She thinks her feelings are more important than democracy.
5. No. Trump is the leader of the GOP. He decides who wins in the GOP. He can run in 2024 if he wants, or he can choose who will run. The left and their Neocon brethren want to pretend Trump is some fringe character, when in fact he is the most popular politician in the United States of America & will continue to represent the majority of us.

Dump, Boxers or Briefs???

To you in general -

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From Reuters:

Over 100 former Republican officials will sign a letter on Thursday declaring that if the Republican Party does not break with former President Donald Trump and change course, they will back the creation of a third party.

The letter, headlined: "A Call For American Renewal," is an exploratory move toward forming a breakaway party, two of its organizers said. The group is dismayed by what it says is a modern Republican Party driven by its allegiance to Trump, who continues to falsely claim the 2020 election was stolen from him.

The letter signatories, who include former ambassadors, governors, congressional members and Cabinet secretaries, want the Republican Party to return to "principled" leadership and reject division and conspiracy theories, or face a new party dedicated to fighting for Republicans such as Cheney and against fearmongering and lies.

Backers of the reform group include former Republican Governors Tom Ridge, Christine Todd Whitman, George W. Bush-era Transportation Secretary Mary Peters and former House members Charlie Dent, Barbara Comstock, Reid Ribble and Mickey Edwards.
Great idea. The Neocon party would pull more voters from the Dems than from the Maga GOP, and Trump would win in a landslide.
 






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