GOP Establishment Blames ‘Cancel Culture’ for Liz Cheney’s Expected Ouster From Leadership
The Republican Party establishment is blaming “cancel culture” for the expected ouster of Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) from GOP leadership for joining the Democrats’ illegal and unconstitutional impeachment of Donald Trump after he had already departed the White House.
Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) issued this pathetic attack in lieu of Cheney finally receiving comeuppance for many years of betraying her party, her country, her constitution and her people.
“I feel it’s okay to go ahead and express what you feel is right to express and, you know, cancel culture is cancel culture no matter how you look at it, and unfortunately I think there are those that are trying to silence others in the party,” Ernst said.
“I support President Trump and his policies so I have a slightly different view on that but I still think we shouldn’t be trying to cancel voices, but what we can do is come together and try and win seats and 2022,” she added.
The newest trend for RINOs to avoid criticism is to blame “cancel culture” when their constituents hold them accountable for their poor voting records.
Big League Politics has reported on how South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem deployed a similar line of attack after she neglected to protect little girls from the transgender menace:
“South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem continues to dig her hole deeper after receiving widespread criticism for vetoing Republican legislation meant to protect student athletes from having to compete with transgender individuals.
Her office released an email calling her constituents ignorant while claiming that she is the victim of “conservative cancel culture.”
… Noem also attacked conservative media outlets for holding her accountable and refusing to accept her spin on why she capitulated to LGBT overreach.
“If conservative media would take 5 seconds to read past the knee-jerk headlines and actually understand Governor Noem’s position, they’d come to a very different realization,” she said.
Big League Politics has reported on how Noem put corporate globalist profits ahead of protecting young people from degeneracy in a situation that is a microcosm for why conservatives conserve nothing and always lose the culture war.”
Cancel culture is when private individuals are destroyed for expressing viewpoints acceptable under the 1st Amendment of the Constitution. Cheney’s dismissal from power is the GOP being responsive to their constituents, for once.