RINO Gets What She Deserves…Dealt Some BIG Time KARMA

RINO Gets What She Deserves…Dealt Some BIG Time KARMA

RINO

It’s totally official, Liz Cheney has been excommunicated from the Republican Party. The renegade RINO was so far across the line that there could be no denying that she’s a full blown Democrat, acting as a terrorist sleeper cell to divide and conquer the GOP.

RINO pushed out of the herd

Unmasked liberal terrorist Liz Cheney, who allegedly makes laws for the state of Wyoming, doesn’t have even the shred of conservatism required to be considered a RINO Republican.

She’s a full-fledged Democrat in disguise and everybody knows it. She came out of the closet long before the sham kangaroo court impeachment trials of former President Donald Trump.

On Monday, November 15, the GOP announced “RINO Rep. Liz Cheney is no longer recognized as a Republican.” They gave her a warning and she ignored it.

“This is the second formal rebuke of Trump-hating Cheney this year,” EnVolve reports. Back in February she was censured for voting to impeach Trump.

The vote was close. A total of 29 RINO republicans voted to let her off the hook but they were outnumbered by 31 traditionalists on Saturday in Buffalo, Wyoming. That’s where the state’s party central committee hangs out.

That came after an earlier vote by “local GOP officials in about one-third of Wyoming’s 23 counties to no longer recognize Cheney as a Republican.”

She quacks like a Democrat

If it quacks like a duck, then it’s probably a duck, the old saying goes. Liz Cheney quacks like a Democrat and it’s never been a secret. As GatewayPundit notes, “everything Liz Cheney has done in the last year has benefited the Democrat party.”

Anyone with RINO proclivities will have a hard time getting re-elected. Chaney’s actions have proven her treacherous ways time and again. She has to be culled from the party for the GOP to have a shred of credibility with voters.

Cheney isn’t just an ordinary RINO who believes in the fantasy of carbon tax credit paradise, she “declared war on Trump and voted with the Democrats.”

Right now, she’s “vice chair of Pelosi’s January 6 committee where she harasses and hunts down Trump officials 24/7.” That’s treason, conservatives insist.

The former RINO is already threatening criminal charges on former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows. He’s in tears over it. Especially since they dragged Steve Bannon away in chains and threw him in a cell for a few hours. All because they won’t show up for Pelosi’s pre-determined witch hunt.

She wants them to carry the firewood Democrats plan using to burn them at the stake with and they won’t do it. They keep insisting there is a constitution which protects them and they’re waiting for a judge to tell them otherwise.

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Lauren Boebert Sets House Dems on FIRE [WATCH]

Lauren Boebert Sets House Dems on FIRE [WATCH]

Lauren Boebert Sets House Dems on FIRE

GOP Representative Lauren Boebert set the House of Representatives on fire with her comments about Democrats’ past inappropriate actions.

After GOP Rep. Paul Gosar was censured and stripped of his committees over a meme, Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert had something to say.

If Gosar’s actions in sharing a meme are “inappropriate” and worthy of censure, shouldn’t the far-worse actions by Democrat representatives also receive the same treatment? Lauren Boebert thinks so.

In her minute-long speech, the Colorado congresswoman said that Gosar’s removal was “a dumb waste of the House’s time,” and pointed out a few “inappropriate actions” committed by Democratic representatives that are still allowed to hold committee positions.

“Thank you, madam speaker. Democrat policies are so pathetic and have done so poorly that the left has nothing left to do but to troll the internet looking for ways to get offended, and try to target members and strip them of their committees,” Boebert began.

“This is a dumb waste of the house’s time. But since the speaker has designated the floor to discuss members inappropriate actions, shall we? The jihad squad member from Minnesota has paid her husband — and not her brother-husband, the other one — over $1 million in campaign funds. This member is allowed on the foreign affairs committee while praising terrorists,” she continued.

“A Democrat chairwoman incited further violence in the streets outside of a courthouse. And then the cherry on top. My colleague and three-month presidential candidate from California who is on the intelligence committee, slept with a Chinese spy. Let me say that again. A member of Congress who receives classified briefings was from sleeping with the enemy. This is unacceptable,” she concluded.

Watch her fiery speech here:

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Dereliction of Duty: Censure Biden NOW

Dereliction of Duty: Censure Biden NOW

More than twenty House Republicans, led by firebrand Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert, have introduced a resolution to censure Joe Biden for his “dereliction of duty” at the southern border.

The twenty-three GOP representatives are calling out the Biden administration over the unprecedented surge of illegal immigrants coming across the border from Central America and other foreign countries — which hit a record of 180,000 in May — alongside the spike in arrests of drug smugglers, murderers, and sex offenders.

Kamala Harris, who Joe Biden named as his point-person on the border crisis, refused to visit the southern border for over 70 days since Biden tapped her for the role, which has led to a lot of criticism. Of course, after former President Donald Trump announced that he would be visiting the border, she finally announced she would be going. She made the trip to El Paso, Texas on June 25.

“My censure bill holds President Biden accountable for his actions — or lack thereof — at the border,” Rep. Boebert said in a statement prior to Harris’ announcement. “Biden has refused to enforce the laws securing our border, he has refused to visit our border, his border czar Kamala has refused to visit the border, and his Secretary of Homeland Security is lying to the American people by saying that our border is closed.”

Though the censure resolution was dead on arrival in the Democrat-run House, the announcement successfully highlighted mounting GOP frustration with the Biden administration on border security.

Arizona GOP Rep. Andy Biggs spoke about the issue, calling the administration a “complete disaster,” pointing to this year’s one million illegal border crossings.

“President Biden and Vice President Harris have sent an unequivocal message that they prefer illegal immigrants over Americans,” Rep. Biggs said. “Their radical agenda has erased our southern border.”

In the 70-plus days since she was named as point-person on the border crisis, Republicans have been accusing her of avoiding traveling to the border in order to avoid drawing attention to the crisis. Instead of doing her job by actually visiting the border and seeing the problem firsthand, she traveled over the border to Mexico and Guatemala in early June to speak with leaders about the “root causes” of illegal immigration.

Republicans have also called out the Biden administration as a whole, accusing them of incentivizing illegal immigration through their radical policies and their reversal of Donald Trump’s policies, such as the remain-in-Mexico policy.

“President Biden’s reckless approach to our southern border is manufacturing a humanitarian crisis,” said Republican Rep. Bob Good, of Virginia. “President Biden has undermined his oath and taken Congress’ power into his own hands by granting blanket amnesty and failing to enforce the laws on the books. I am proud to join Congresswoman Boebert in calling for his censure.”

In early June, Rep. Boebert trolled Kamala Harris by traveling to the border with a life-size cardboard cut-out of Ms. Harris, saying in the video posted to her Twitter: “I brought Kamala down to see exactly what this regime is responsible for.”

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Susan Collins Censured by Third Republican Committee for Vote to Convict Trump

Kennebec County, Maine, Republicans joined their colleagues from Aroostook and Piscataquis Counties in censuring Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) for her vote to convict former President Donald Trump during his second impeachment trial in February.

The Kennebec GOP voted overwhelmingly Tuesday evening to formally censure Collins by a vote of 49-18.

Helen Tutwiler, chairwoman of the Kennebec County Republican Committee, told News Center Maine Wednesday the vote to censure Collins is “important in re-engaging local voters who, by and large, are very hurt and frustrated with Senator Collins for not supporting even moderate Republican positions.”

A vote to censure the senator in February failed, but Kennebec GOP state committee member Dean Martin said their group has since organized, focused its priorities, and grown its membership.

Tutwiler added the Kennebec County GOP wanted to “send a clear message” that they are “America First” Republicans “who care about keeping local voters engaged and are willing to fight on their behalf.”

She said they would like to see Collins “rejoin state Republicans in their efforts to unify the party.”

News Center Maine reported Annie Clark, the senator’s communications director, responded to the latest censure vote by stressing the senator received “strong grassroots support” in the 2020 general election, soundly defeating far-left Democrat Sara Gideon, who was backed by Planned Parenthood, the abortion industry giant that has also supported pro-choice Collins.

Collins defeated Gideon, 54.9 percent to 38.5 percent in Kennebec and 51 percent to 42.4 percent in the state.

In an interview with News Center Maine in February following her vote to convict Trump, Collins maintained, “I am the sole remaining Republican office holder at the federal level in all of New England … and that tells me that we should focus on growing our party.”

The senator added:

And I think that we need to send a message that you can be a good Republican and not necessarily agree with every position taken by the party. We need to get back to focusing on the principles that unite Republicans: so individual responsibility and freedom and strong national defense smaller government support for our small businesses, opportunity, those are guiding principles of our party. And I think that’s where the focus needs to be rather than on one particular leader.

In March, the state Republican Party rejected censuring Collins. Reacting to that news, Collins said at the time, “Today’s decision is a testament to the Republican Party’s ‘big tent’ philosophy that respects different views but unites around core principles.”

However, a Maine Grassroots Republican Caucus (MGRC), a group of about 25 conservative Republican Mainers, including six county chairmen and state committee members, broke with the state GOP just one day after the state group voted to reject censuring the senator.

MGRC Chair John DeVeau told Breitbart News in May, “While we may have a ‘big tent’ philosophy, communications are non-existent.”

“The distrust among the ‘Grand Ole Party’ and Republicans is as obvious in Maine as it is nationally,” he continued. “It takes leadership to accept the fact that there are new ideas that need to be implemented and empower those to make things happen. Leadership is a 24-hour-a-day job, not a part-time side hustle. It’s tiresome and taxing, which is also why most great leaders want to move on after a few years and pass the mantle on to someone they have trained throughout their tenure.”

In March, Aroostook County Republicans, Collins’ home county, voted to censure her, stating her vote to convict Trump was “a purely self-serving, vindictive and punitive action by those with establishment political objectives.”

“Senator Collins’ public statements in support of the language, actions and promotion of an illegal, unethical, unconstitutional ‘impeachment’ of former President Donald J. Trump, undermines the conservative and ethical values promoted by the Aroostook County Republicans,” the censure statement read.

In late April, the Piscataquis County Republican Committee became the second county to censure Collins over her vote to convict Trump. The county GOP asserted Collins “continuously muddles her opinions and refuses to give principled stances on numerous issues when queried.”

In Kennebec, Martin said Maine Republicans want unity, “but not at the expense of turning a blind eye to party members who have lost touch with basic Republican principles.”

He added the decision to censure Collins was based on her “endless attacks” on Trump, as well as her “consistent lack of support for a variety of Republican issues even party moderates would support.”

“Republicans in Kennebec County continue to be fair-minded and moderate,” Martin said. “It’s Senator Collins who has changed.”

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Democrats Want to Censure Republicans Who Don’t Accept Their Lies

Democrats Want to Censure Republicans Who Don’t Accept Their Lies

Democrats

Taking a page from George Orwell’s 1984 playbook, Democrats want to rewrite history in the name of preventing the rewriting of history. As the liberals put it, they want to censure republicans who won’t accept their lies as truth.

Democrats want unity

To Democrats these days, it’s all about “unity.” Not setting aside differences and reaching compromise solutions, unity to the liberal left means our way or the FEMA camp. Drink the Kool-Aid or get in the cattle car. That’s why they want to crucify three conservative Republicans for daring to question the integrity of the election, or worse downplaying the engineered “insurrection” which went off as scheduled on January 6. The liberal spin teams are working overtime on this one.

Democrats led by Rhode Island lawmaker David Cicilline are in the process of writing up a measure to “censure” three radical conservatives. Andrew Clyde, Paul Gosar, and Jody Hice deplorably dare to question how Imperial Leader Biden became installed in the Palace while the rightful winner of the election got exiled to Florida.

On top of that, they dare to question the alleged false-flag barbarian invasion of the Capitol Building which appears to have had a whole lot of inside help behind the scenes.

These three were singled out as especially deplorable because they’re alleged “to have aided some organizing ahead of January 6. They don’t stop to mention that the entire nation was gripped on the edge of their seats at the time and the events, good, bad or ugly, were destined to be considered historic and everyone knew that ahead of time.

Despite that, these three take the heat because they were, and still are, “effective” at spreading the conservative narrative. Democrats are terrified.

“These members cannot be allowed to rewrite history at their convenience by disrespecting the sacrifices made by Capitol police officers and downplaying the violent, destructive intent that rioters carried into this sacred building,” Cicilline whined to fellow Democrats.

“The January 6th insurrection was an attack on our democracy that we must continue to defend against today.” It’s imperative to cement their hold on power before people start bringing up the Constitution, which has been un-officially canceled already to bring in the New World Order of open borders globalism.

Still in progress

Democrats are furious enough to write up a censure bill but they can’t agree on what they should say in it. The “exact wording of the resolution slated to be introduced by Cicilline remains a work in process,” they admit. It was prompted by an exchange which happened recently at a hearing of the House Oversight Committee.

Representative Clyde asserted, as part of a larger argument, that the barbarian invasion was “not an insurrection” but rather a “normal tourist visit.” His words were totally stretched out of context so liberals could attack him with his own words.

The Democrats don’t tell you the part of his speech where he acknowledges that there “was an undisciplined mob. There were some rioters and some who committed acts of vandalism.” Sure there were, they were criminals. They also weren’t deplorable Trump supporters. Most likely, the FBI used the social media accounts run by their branch of instigators which masquerade as “QAnon” to build that operation.

It’s no surprise that a military Psy-op captain, Emily Rainey, was on scene with a bus load of her friends. Even so, some honest to God Trump supporters did wander into the building with the herd of animals. To them, it was an opportunity to participate in a historic event and take some pictures. At no time was it ever an “insurrection.”

Clyde is being hammered by the Democrats for saying “But let me be clear, there was no insurrection, and to call it an insurrection, in my opinion, is a bold-faced lie. Watching the TV footage of those who entered the Capitol, and walk through Statuary Hall, showed people in an orderly fashion staying between the stanchions and ropes taking videos and pictures, you know.”

The liberals couldn’t wait to go all over Twitter and attack him with video of him hiding from the barbarians while talking about the tourist types. Nothing but political theater and propaganda but every progressive in America will be talking about it for days.

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Maine Grassroots Republicans Say GOP ‘Big Tent’ Fails to Include Them

Maine Grassroots Republicans Say GOP ‘Big Tent’ Fails to Include Them

The chairman of the Maine Grassroots Republican Caucus (MGRC) said that while the state GOP is touting its “big tent” philosophy, it has yet to communicate with the grassroots Trump supporters whose focus is freedom, faith, and family.

The MGRC, a group of about 25 conservative Maine Republicans, including six county chairmen and state committee members, broke with the state GOP just one day after it voted to reject censuring Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) for her vote to impeach former President Donald Trump.

In response to the Maine GOP’s decision to reject censuring her, Fox News reported Collins said, “Today’s decision is a testament to the Republican Party’s ‘big tent’ philosophy that respects different views but unites around core principles.”

In addition, NEWS CENTER Maine reported Thursday that state GOP Chairwoman Dr. Demi Kouzounas said, “The Republican Party prides itself on its ‘Big Tent’ philosophy and will continue to work with all groups who are dedicated to electing Republicans from the School Board to the White House.”

MGRC Chair John DeVeau, however, told Breitbart News, “While we may have a ‘big tent’ philosophy, communications are non-existent.”

“The distrust among the ‘Grand Ole Party’ and Republicans is as obvious in Maine as it is nationally,” he continued. “It takes leadership to accept the fact that there are new ideas that need to be implemented and empower those to make things happen. Leadership is a 24-hour-a-day job, not a part-time side hustle. It’s tiresome and taxing, which is also why most great leaders want to move on after a few years and pass the mantle on to someone they have trained throughout their tenure.”

DeVeau’s comments come about a month after the Piscataquis County Republican Committee became the second county GOP committee to censure Collins over her vote to convict Trump. In March, Aroostook County Republicans, Collins’ home county, voted to censure her as well.

The committee voted at the last meeting to send a letter of Censure to Senator Susan Collins. It is on the way.

Posted by Red County Republicans Piscataquis Maine on Thursday, April 22, 2021

According to the Bangor Daily News, the Piscataquis County Republicans not only criticized Collins for her impeachment vote, but also for her 2017 vote against partial repeal of the Affordable Care Act and her support for some gun control measures, including expanded background checks for individuals who purchase firearms.

“The Grassroots Caucus sees the party’s continued attempts of the same thing, with the same leadership hoping to get a different outcome as unobtainable without garnering support from the grassroots, disenfranchised and unenrolled voters,” DeVeau said.

The caucus chair, a former Caribou lawmaker and current Aroostook County Republican Chair, added his members are “being punished for asking questions, stating facts, and holding our elected representatives accountable.”

“We supported President Trump,” DeVeau asserted. “Defended President Trump from those within our party, and look what that has gotten us.”

“The Maine Grassroots Republican Caucus is no more than a group of strong willed, faith-based, freedom loving, family protectors who will not give in, nor give up on those who feel they have no voice,” he said.

“Our belief is our party will strengthen through our working together,” DeVeau added. “We will fail in 2022 if Republican leadership and the GOP are unwilling to open the lines of communication, work toward a stronger party and unify with us in our common goal.”

“We stand ready to work together,” he said. “Will the GOP?”

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Utah County Censures Mitt Romney for Trump Impeachment Vote

Utah County Censures Mitt Romney for Trump Impeachment Vote

Weber County GOP censured Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) Saturday during its convention for the senator’s vote to impeach former President Donald Trump earlier this year.

The resolution to censure Romney was passed 116-97 by the members from the Weber County GOP, according to County Party Secretary Jill Koford.

“The Weber County Republican Convention censures Mitt Romney for his votes to convict President Trump in two U.S. Senate impeachment trials,” the resolution read.

The resolution added that the impeachment had “denied the President due process, allowed falsified evidence, did not provide adequate time for an investigation.”

The impeachment “did not follow the U.S. Constitution which states a President may only be impeached for high crimes and misdemeanors,” the group stated.

Weber County also added to the resolution in order to thank Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) for protecting the “due process and the US Constitution by voting against the unconstitutional charges.”

Additionally, the resolution thanks Reps. Chris Stewart (R-UT), John Curtis (R-UT), Blake Moore (R-UT), and Burgess Owens (R-UT) for “voting against the Democrats’ politically motivated articles of impeachment.”

The Washington County GOP had also voted to censure Romney in April for his votes to convict Trump in both impeachment trials, according to the DailyMail.

During the Utah GOP convention in early May, Romney was also booed by several attendees. Multiple people in attendance had also shouted out, calling Romney a “communist” and a “traitor.”

During the convention, there was also a vote to censure Romney but it failed to pass statewide 798-711, according to the DailyMail.

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Mitt Romney booed at Utah GOP convention, narrowly escapes censure

Mitt Romney booed at Utah GOP convention, narrowly escapes censure

Utah Senator Mitt Romney was met with boos and shouts of “communist” and “traitor” as he took the stage at a GOP convention in his home state.

The Senator yelled back “Aren’t you embarrassed?” to the disgruntled crowd.

“I’m a man who says what he means, and you know I was not a fan of our last president’s character issues,” Romney said.

Utah GOP chair Derek Brown took the stage to tell the audience to show Romney respect, despite hecklers continuing to shout. “We need to come together in strength and unity,” Brown said, as reported by Breitbart.

“You can boo all you like,” Romney added. “I’ve been a Republican all of my life. My dad was the governor of Michigan and I was the Republican nominee for president in 2012.”

The Senator hardly escaped censure at the convention. Breitbart reported that 711 Republicans in the audience voted to censure Romney with 798 voting against the measure.

Maine Senator Susan Collins said she was “appalled” by the booing, claiming the party is not led by “just one person.”

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