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    Liz Cheney Refuses to Go Away And Announces Huge Decision

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    ‘Daddy’s girl’ After her recent humiliating primary defeat, US Rep. Liz Cheney (RINO-WY) will not leave Washington, D.C. with any remaining integrity. The one-term congresswoman who recently lost her chance to seek for re-election to the seat she barely retained for one term.

    Cheney was quickly artificially boosted and pushed to the top of the GOP when she was in congress in Washington, DC, due to her strong affiliation with her Never-Trump-supporting father, Dick Cheney.

    Cheney has chosen to snub all the Republicans who backed her by pushing through deceptive, pro-leftist voting rights legislation in a transparent attempt to get revenge on the American people and on President Donald J. Trump, who helped end Cheney’s political career.

    Cheney is throwing a rage tantrum and collaborating with Democrats to create new rules that would disenfranchise Republican voters of all skin tones by modifying laws pertaining to the presidential election.

    Conservative Brief’s Jon Doughtery claimed that Cheney is anticipated to present a bill next week that will create new obstacles for challenging electors and may potentially limit the vice president’s authority.

    The measure, which will be introduced by radical leftist Rep. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., would “reform the way electoral votes are counted in presidential elections” and is aimed at “Trump’s challenge of the 2020 election, that led to violent protests at the Capitol,” according to Fox News’ Saturday report.

    TThe outlet added:

    Thursday on the House floor, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Maryland, stated that the bill might be voted on as early as next week. As of Friday afternoon, the two MPs had not submitted the measure, although it has been apparent for some time that one is in the works.

    Cheney, who lost her primary election in August and will not return to Congress in 2021, and Lofgren are both members of the House select committee examining the attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021. The two legislators said in July that legislation to modify the Electoral Count Act of 1887 was forthcoming.

    More on this story via The Republic Brief:

    “The Select Committee has been considering legislative recommendations based on its findings concerning the January 6 attack and will share those soon,” the two lawmakers said in a statement. “These will include a bipartisan approach to the Electoral Count Act.”

    “Lofgren, who is chair of the Committee on House Administration, indicated previously that recommendations made by the panel in January could also make it into the upcoming legislation,” Doughtery reported. CONTINUE READING…

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