Saturday, August 20, 2022

Wall Street Journal warns Liz Cheney's 'revenge' tour could 'divide' GOP and ruin Trump's 2024 chances

The board, however, did not go so far as to praise Cheney. It acknowledged she lost for a fair reason; her willingness to embrace the partisan January 6 Committee. Though it also maintained the lawmaker "is a conservative by any measure and she has the courage of her convictions."

The Wall Street Journal opened the column by summing up its nuanced perspective on Cheney, writing, "Liz Cheney lost her Republican primary in Wyoming Tuesday because she bravely stood up to the stolen-election falsehoods of Donald Trump. Liz Cheney lost the primary because she alienated too many Republicans by making common cause with Democrats like Rep. Adam Schiff."


  1. "Stolen-election falsehoods." As if stolen-election faslsehoods are a bad thing.

    Homosexuality, abortion, a police-less society, used to be considered bad things. In fact, they are violations of the Noachide Laws.

    But now they are popular.

    What's so wrong with stolen elections in comparison to Noachide violations? Maybe it is good to steal elections to make sure the true laws are kept. And if to to that one must promote stolen-election falsehoods, then maybe the ends justify the means.

  2. You mean Trump should succeed in stealing election so he can support gay right?!

  3. Support gay rights less than the Democrats do.

  4. Meaning what - gay rights for half of gay couple!?


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