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Kevin McCarthy absurdly claims that Republicans don’t support the Big Lie shortly after Cheney vote

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By voting to remove Rep. Liz Cheney (WI) from her position as the 3rd-ranked member of the House Republican leadership this morning, the The Republican Party signaled loudly and clearly that they have no absolute interest in the truth. Cheney was ousted for having the courage to denounce Trump’s Big Liar that the election was stolen by President Biden through some intricate voter fraud conspiracy. Pandering at their base poison of MAGA is what is important to Republicans today, and anyone who dares to reject this cynical form of politics will be dismissed as ruthless as Cheney has been.

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), one of the masterminds of the anti-Cheney push, showed his now infamous two-faced nature shortly after the vote to remove him in his position. He attended a meeting with President Biden and had the courage after saying that he did not believe “anyone questioning the legitimacy of the presidential election” and that such beliefs were “done.” As proof of his blatant false claims, McCarthy pointed out that he had only just met the president.

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Could this man be more disingenuous? Cheney was specifically voted out because he refused to keep up with the GOP’s growing consensus that the election was rigged. Trump himself went on release of statements insists that he actually won in 2020. One the survey was recently found that 65% percent of Republican voters think Biden’s presidency is simply due to voter fraud. Big Lie is no longer a fringe idea, it is a central GOP platform. McCarthy is lying about it because admitting the truth is too embarrassing and forgotten and is likely to intimidate independent voters.

While McCarthy pretends to be bipartisanship by acting as if he recognizes Biden as president and wants to work with him, his campaign is busy with the explosion of a text message calling him “Bad Joe Biden” and accusing he who pushed a “radical Socialist agenda.” So far, the term socialism has lost all meaning in the United States and conservatives only use it to smear whatever they don’t like, often policies that benefit the average citizen rather than the super rich.

McCarthy was a poor man, a terrible American, and an active threat to democracy. Voters must reject him.

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Rob Haffey

Rob Haffey is a writer, filmmaker, and winner of the ScreenCraft Writing Fellowship. He graduated from Drexel University.



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