All patience has been suspended and many Republicans think that it is time to boot Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger from the party after they joined the Pelosi hit squad over January 6th. It would be no great loss anyway since they vote with Pelosi anyway. That move would hurt Kinzinger even more than it does Cheney whose approval rating sits at -47. Kinzinger would not be able to run as a Republican.
Both Cheney and Kinzinger have raised large sums of money but most of it comes from out of state and my guess it’s coming from Democrats. They know they can’t win those seats but they want to make sure no conservative wins either. That leaves it up to Cheney and Kinzinger whether they will run as Democrats or Independence.
We should help them out the door by formalizing their departure.
— Rep Andy Biggs (@RepAndyBiggsAZ) July 27, 2021
“The reality is, they’re now basically working with and for the Democrats, and so it’d be awkward for them to be sitting in our committee while we talk about policy, but, you know, strategy and how to stop bad policy from the Democrats and advance good policy from us. It’d be really awkward.”
Biggs has offered a resolution that would expel anyone from the party who accepts a position that was not made by the party. Expulsion would be immediate. His plan received approval from Rep. Matt Rosendale of Montana. Minority Leader and chief wuss, Keven McCarthy had stated that he would pull the committee assignments from anyone joining Nancy Pelosi. We can all agree that Biggs is right on the money as he is most of the time and that he is a man who is unafraid to act.
Both Cheney and Kinzinger joined the theatrics only after two other Republicans were denied by Pelosi from the committee, which exposed her political charade and forced GOP leader Kevin McCarthy to pull all five of his selections for the committee.
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Kinzinger had an especially cringe-worthy performance in the first day of hearings. He cried while blubbering like an idiot and called the whole situation “toxic.” He also repeatedly tried to claim he is a conservative and a republican. What a clown.
Rep. Boebert of Colorado said the pair shouldn’t be allowed into closed-door meetings and Rep. Chip Roy of Texas blasted them for proving their loyalty to Pelosi who he says is “killing the country.”
The GOP leader labeled them Pelosi-Republicans and Rep Elise Stefanik echoed his comments along with a few of her own in an interview with Fox News.