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Peter Navarro from the Trump Team just released his third report from the 2020 Election – this one proving President Trump won the election.

The Populist Press just reported that Peter Navarro from the Trump Team has released a report showing President Trump won the 2020 Election.

Volume 3 of the Navarro Report is designed to serve as a capstone to what has been a comprehensive analysis of the question: Was the 2020 presidential election stolen from Donald J. Trump? In this report, we provide the most up-to-date statistical “receipts” with respect to the potential number of illegal votes in each battleground state.

In the report it begins by discussing the first and second reports and then shares this:

Volume 3 of the Navarro Report is designed to serve as a capstone to what has been a comprehensive analysis of the question: Was the 2020 presidential election stolen from Donald J. Trump? In this report, we provide the most up-to-date statistical “receipts” with respect to the potential number of illegal votes in each battleground state.

The broader goal of this final installment of the Navarro Report is to provide investigators with a well-documented tally of potentially illegal votes on a state-by-state and category-by-category basis. This tally is presented in Figure One on the next page of this report. Note that each number in this figure has a corresponding endnote identifying the source of the number. Note further that we have taken a conservative approach to the count of potentially illegal ballots.

The report continues:

In considering these truths, let us never forget two things: (1) The Democrat Party and its operatives stole the 1960 Presidential Election – it happened then and it can happen again; and (2) it took decades for historians to finally acknowledge the 1960 version of the Immaculate Deception in the face of the same kind of virtue-signaling and cancel culture pressures we are witnessing today.

Despite a similar quest to silence Republican and conservative voices today, 74 million Americans who voted for President Donald J. Trump have the right to a full investigation and bipartisan search for truth. If, however, the Democrat Party, RINO elements of the Republican Party, the anti-Trump mainstream media, and the out-of-control censoring social media oligarchs do not cease and desist from their efforts to suppress the search for truth about the 2020 election, history will judge all of these people, corporations, and institutions in the harshest possible manner.

Here is the list of irregularities and illegalities by state as provided in the report:

The report’s final paragraphs state:

Based on the analysis and the granular, documented quantities of illegal votes in this report, the only thing that must happen now as we engage in a peaceful transition of power is a FULL investigation of this matter.

  • The Department of Justice should immediately appoint a Special Counsel BEFORE the Biden administration begins.
  • State legislators and Attorneys Generals in the battleground states, particularly Republican states, must launch similar investigations.

Absent a full investigation, we as a nation run the risk of institutionalizing a rigged electoral system in which a large segment of America will no longer have faith in. That’s why clearing the air about the 2020 presidential election is not just about Donald J. Trump but rather about something much larger and of far more import —the future of our election system, the public perception of that system, and ultimately the future of our free and democratic Republic.

We need more than a Special Counsel. This election was stolen.

Author: Joe Hoft

Source: The Gateway Pundit: BREAKING: Trump Team’s Peter Navarro Drops Third Major Report on Historic Election Fraud — Confirms “Trump Won”

Republicans are overwhelmingly siding with President Trump over Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), according to a new Axios-Ipsos poll published Wednesday evening.

The poll showed that 62 percent of Republicans think Trump was right to contest the election results and an even higher 69 percent do not blame him for violence at the Capitol last week.

The poll showed that 91 percent of those who identified as “Trump supporters” supported his continued contesting of the election. Of those who identified as “traditional” Republicans, 46 percent supported it, with 36 opposed.

An even higher percentage of Trump supporters — 96 percent — said Trump makes the Republican party better, and a slim majority of traditional Republicans — 51 percent — agreed.

Ninety-two percent of Trump supporters want to see Trump run in 2024, while 41 percent of traditional Republicans agreed.

The poll also showed that only 42 percent of Republicans approved of the recent behavior of McConnell, versus 63 percent for Trump.

The poll was conducted January 11-13, 2021, with 1,019 general population adults age 18 or older, and had a margin of sampling error of +/- 3.4 percentage points.

Axios reported:

Why it matters: The survey shows why Trump could run again in 2024 (and possibly win) if he isn’t convicted — or banned from holding federal office — by the Senate. It also shows the peril and opportunity for institutionalists like McConnell trying to reclaim the GOP.

A sizeable portion of Republicans polled identified as “Trump Republicans” — 36 percent. Fifty-six percent considered themselves “traditional” Republicans.

The Trump Republicans are still large enough of a group to either stay and dominate primary politics or walk away if Trump is cast out, which would weaken the GOP’s force against Democrats.

McConnell has said he has not yet made up his mind whether he would vote to impeach Trump, despite reporting that he was in favor of it.

A House vote to impeach Trump passed because of Democrat support but was a flop among Republicans, with only ten GOPs led by Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) voting to impeach. Cheney now faces mounting calls for her resignation as the GOP conference chair.

The poll showed very little appetite for removing Trump among Trump Republicans — one percent — and among traditional Republicans — about one in four.

Author: Kristina Wong

Source: Breitbart: Poll: Republicans Overwhelmingly Side with President Trump over Mitch McConnell

A fund established to bail out Black Lives Matter protesters – which helped free at least six men accused of domestic violence in two months – is refusing to disclose exactly who they’ve helped spring from jail.

The Minnnesota Freedom Fund (MFF), which was endorsed by Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris and has raised over $35 million, has bailed out an unknown number of accused thugs, rioters and other criminals. Finding information on exactly who they’ve bailed out has been an arduous task.

Here’s what we do know about the Harris-endorsed bail recipients:

In August, the fund posted $15,000 bail for the release of Shawn McClinton, a convicted sex offender facing rape charges. According to prosecutors, McClinton raped a woman just weeks after his July release – and was back in custody facing prosecution over alleged rape, kidnapping, strangulation and other charges.

In September, the Daily Caller pored through court records, and found that the MFF had helped free several men suspected of heinous crimes – including accused child molester Timothy Wayne Columbus, who faces up to 30 years in prison on allegations that he sexually assaulted an eight-year-old girl.

31-year-old Dexter Boone was arrested on May 2 after allegedly breaking into his son’s mother’s apartment and strangled her in front of her minor children.

The fund also helped bail out 28-year-old Davlin Devonte Gates, who also allegedly strangled a woman just days after he moved in with her.

Now, for what we don’t know.

According to Just The News, the MFF has refused to provide information on the men it’s helped bail out.

Official bail records hard to locate

Yet a full accounting of the individuals bailed out by the fund last year was not available as of press time.

A representative of the Minnesota Freedom Fund told Just the News via email this week that the records of those it has helped bail out “are available via the Hennepin and Ramsey County jail rosters.” The group did not respond to repeated inquiries asking if it kept those records in its own files.

The records within the jail rosters, meanwhile, are not easily accessible.

Tom Lyden, a reporter with KMSP who originally broke that station’s coverage of the controversies surrounding the bail fund, said that the documentation “is difficult to find and it is not available online.”

“You must go through items in the file, which you can only do at a live terminal,” he said.

In short, the next Vice President of the United States actively promoted a murky bail fund, which has helped known criminals get back on the streets, and which won’t share details on exactly who they’ve helped.

We’re sure they’ll enjoy exposure on multiple big tech platforms and won’t face scrutiny for aiding rioters, thugs and other criminals.

Author: Tyler Durden

Source: Zero Hedge: BLM Bail Fund Promoted By Kamala Harris Refuses To Share Records Of Criminals Sprung From Jail

The events of January 6 have left Americans with many questions. It’s safe to say that the current MSM narrative—that Donald Trump stirred up his supporters, who then rioted at the Capitol—is the least accurate. Yet the D.C. swamp has run with this claim, using it to not only impeach Trump for a second time, but for once and for all discredit and erase his legacy as POTUS.

But anyone with half a brain knows there’s much more to the story than that. Donald Trump has hosted countless events over the years; never has his supporters started violence. Trump has stressed the importance of law and order and maintaining the peace, especially last year when leftists rioted in D.C. multiple times.

Then there is the inconvenient fact that conservative events have often been crashed by “counter-protesters.” These people are members of radical, left-wing groups who are used by Democrats like rabid lap dogs. They have assaulted regular Americans, caused damage to property, and plunged cities into chaos.

So, who is really responsible for the events of January 6? We might never get a clear picture, but this latest bit of news is quite eye-opening.

A left-wing “known agitator” from Utah was charged Thursday for his alleged participation in the breach of the U.S. Capitol last week.

John Earle Sullivan has been charged with entering a restricted building or grounds, “civil disorders,” and violent entry or disorderly conduct, reported to KUTV 2 News…

Sullivan apparently cheered on the breach and subsequent destruction, according to an affidavit of probable cause…
As highlighted by Ross, Sullivan also allegedly stated, “We gotta get this s*** burned.”

According to left-wing fact-checking site Politifact, Sullivan is the founder of Insurgence USA, “an activist group against police brutality.” [Source: Daily Wire]

Source: Tooele Country Sheriff’s Office

John Earle Sullivan was not only present at the Capitol during the riots, but sworn affidavits reveal that he helped break into property and egg others on. Sullivan is not only a leftist “agitator” but the founder of a radical group that targets police officers.

So, that raises plenty of more questions. If the riot was the fault of angry Trump supporters, then why was a leftist who previously said about Trump, “We got to rip that MF (motherf***er) out of office,” involved in the attack? Why would a left-wing activist hang out with MAGA hat-wearing conservatives?

Make no mistake, there were Trump supporters involved in what went on. But the presence—and arrest—of Sullivan reveals that the media’s narrative is complete garbage. From the start I and others had our suspicions of what really happened. I had suspected Antifa or other groups were involved. This story lends heavy weight to that suspicion.

The riot was successful in scaring off Republicans in Congress from challenging the election. It gave RINOs an excuse to turn on the president. And it revealed that many conservatives in D.C. are cowards who bend to the demands of the media. So, we shouldn’t be surprised to learn the left had something to do with it.

Conservative commentator and former baseball star Curt Schilling says that AIG canceled his insurance policy over his “social media profile,” a new level of deplatforming not yet seen.

“We will be just fine, but wanted to let Americans know that @AIGinsurance canceled our insurance due to my “Social Media profile,” tweeted Schilling.

“The agent told us it was a decision made by and with their PR department in conjunction with management,” he added.

While innumerable Trump supporters have lost their Twitter and Facebook accounts due to social media censorship and cancel culture, cases of individuals being cut off by banks and other financial services are now growing too.

The purge has gone beyond the realm of simply silencing people on major platforms for their opinions, but punishing them for expressing them by trying to make their lives unlivable.

Numerous respondents pointed out the obvious – that without insurance it’s impossible to mortgage a home or register a vehicle.

However, other leftists applauded the move and said that Schilling deserved it for his support of Trump.

“You’ve definitely earned it,” remarked one.

“I mean…. capitalism right? They calculated the risk and decided your premiums weren’t worth the long term exposure?” added another.

What happened to Schilling is yet another chilling example of how Chinese Communist social credit score system is being implemented in America.

In August 2019, the Communist state bragged about how it had prevented 2.5 million “discredited entities” from purchasing plane tickets and 90,000 people from buying high speed train tickets in the month of July alone.

Author: Tyler Durden

Source: Zero Hedge: Conservative Commentator Says AIG Canceled His Insurance Over His Social Media Posts

Unlike Trump’s first impeachment in early 2020, 10 House Republicans ultimately supported the Democrat-led effort the second time around and voted to impeach the president.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi introduced the sole article of impeachment on Tuesday accusing President Donald Trump of inciting insurrection. On Jan. 6, a pro-Trump mob clashed with Capitol Police and stormed the Capitol itself, forcing lawmakers into hiding and resulting in the deaths of five people.

Below are the House Republicans who voted to impeach the president.

John Katko

New York Rep. John Katko became the first House Republican to say publicly that he would vote to impeach the president, telling Syracuse.com that “to allow the president of the United States to incite this attack without consequence is a direct threat to the future of our democracy.”

“For that reason, I cannot sit by without taking action. I will vote to impeach the president,” he added.

Adam Kinzinger

Illinois Rep. Adam Kinzinger called for Trump to be removed from office and has long criticized the president and other members of his party who amplified baseless claims of voter fraud.

“There is no doubt in my mind that the President of the United States broke his oath of office and incited this insurrection,” Kinzinger said in a statement Tuesday.

“If these actions — the Article II branch inciting a deadly insurrection against the Article I branch — are not worthy of impeachment, then what is an impeachable offense?” Kinzinger said.

Rep. Adam Kinzinger questions witnesses during a House Committee on Foreign Affairs hearing looking into the firing of State Department Inspector General Steven Linick (Kevin Dietsch-Pool/Getty Images)

Liz Cheney

The highest-profile House Republican to vote for impeachment was House Conference Chair Liz Cheney, who has broken from the president in the past, particularly with regard to foreign policy.

“The President of the United States summoned this mob, assembled the mob, and lit the flame of this attack. Everything that followed was his doing,” Cheney said in a statement.

“None of this would have happened without the President. The President could have immediately and forcefully intervened to stop the violence. He did not. There has never been a greater betrayal by a President of the United States of his office and his oath to the Constitution.”

Fred Upton

Michigan Rep. Fred Upton and Washington Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, both of whom said that they would vote to impeach as well.

“I would have preferred a bipartisan, formal censure rather than a drawn-out impeachment process,” Upton said in a statement on Tuesday. “But it is time to say: enough is enough.”

Jaime Herrera Beutler

Washington Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler said that while she understood “the argument that the best course is not to further inflame the country or alienate Republican voters… I see that my own party will be best served when those among us choose truth.”

“I believe President Trump acted against his oath of office, so I will vote to impeach him,” Beutler said.

Peter Meijer

Michigan Rep. Peter Meijer also announced on Wednesday that he would vote to impeach the president, saying in a statement that Trump “betrayed and misled millions” after repeating his baseless claims of election fraud.

“With a heavy heart, I will vote to impeach President Donald J. Trump,” he said.

US Vice President Mike Pence stands with Republican congressional candidate in the 3rd district, Peter Meijer at a campaign event at Lacks Enterprises, Inc. in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on October 14, 2020. (Photo by JEFF KOWALSKY/AFP via Getty Images)

Anthony Gonzalez

Ohio Rep. Anthony Gonzalez said in a statement that the president “helped organize and incite a mob that attacked the United States Congress,” adding that “the President’s lack of response” led him to vote to impeach.

Dan Newhouse

Washington Rep. Dan Newhouse vote to impeach the president, saying that the mob that attacked the Capitol was “inflamed by the language and misinformation of the President of the United States.”

“Turning a blind eye to this brutal assault on our Republic is not an option,” he added.

Tom Rice

South Carolina Rep. Tom Rice voted to impeach the president as well. While he said that he did not know if Trump’s words amounted to inciting a riot under its legal definition, he lamented his actions as his supporters stormed the Capitol: “When the Capitol Police were being beaten and killed, and when the Vice President and the Congress were being locked down, the President was watching and tweeted about the Vice President’s lack of courage… and offered only weak requests for restraint.”

“I have backed the President through thick and thin for four years. I campaigned for him and voted for him twice. But, this utter failure is inexcusable,” he added.

David Valadao

California Rep. David Valadao voted to impeach Trump on Wednesday, just one day after he was sworn in, calling him a “driving force” behind the Capitol riot that occurred on Jan. 6.

While he criticized the rushed process, he said he voted his conscience, adding that Trump’s rhetoric was “un-American, abhorrent, and absolutely an impeachable offense.”

Author: Andrew Trunsky

Source: Daily Caller: Here Are The 10 Republicans Who Voted To Impeach Trump

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is facing renewed criticism over a tweet from 2017 claiming that the presidential election the year before was “hijacked.”

“Our election was hijacked,” said Pelosi’s 2017 tweet, which was not censored by Twitter with a warning label as many of President Trump’s tweets questioning the 2020 election were. “There is no question. Congress has a duty to #ProtectOurDemocracy & #FollowTheFacts.”

Several conservatives on Twitter have pointed to this tweet in recent days and wondered why Twitter and the media allowed Pelosi to question the integrity of a certified election when Trump has been punished for doing the same. Twitter rolled out labels on election fraud in September 2020.

“How does this stand @jack?” Fox News contributor Lisa Boothe tweeted. “Hypocrites, all of them.”

“BREAKING: Nancy Pelosi’s tweet spreading the debunked conspiracy theory that the 2016 election was hijacked is still on Twitter without any notice that it has been disputed,” author Alexander Muse wrote.

“I didn’t see twitter having a problem with this,” actor Yoely Lebovits tweeted. “Despite having the elections certified and the president inaugurated.. hey @jack asking for 75 million friends.”

“InCiTiNg ViOlEnCe,” author Mark Dice tweeted.

Twitter declined a request for comment from the Washington Examiner as to why a warning label was not attached to Pelosi’s tweet challenging a certified election result.

Author: Andrew Mark Miller, Social Media Producer

Source: Washington Examiner: Pelosi slammed for 2017 tweet claiming 2016 election was ‘hijacked’

Wednesday, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) announced his city is “severing all contracts with the Trump Organization” in the wake of the “insurrection” at the U.S Capitol last week by a group of the president’s supporters.

De Blasio advised that his legal team determined they have the right to sever the contract because the company’s leadership is “engaged in criminal activity.” He added the Trump Organization would profit from the City of New York “no longer.”

“[I’m] here to announce that the City of New York is severing all contracts with the Trump Organization,” de Blasio told MSNBC “Morning Joe” co-host Mika Brzezinski. “Our legal team has done the assessment, and the contracts make very clear that if a company, the leadership of that company is engaged in criminal activity, we have the right to sever the contract.”

“Inciting an insurrection against the United States government clearly constitutes as criminal activity. So, the City of New York will no longer have anything to do with the Trump organization. They have profited from these contracts. They will profit no longer,” he declared.

Currently, the city has contracts with the Trump Organization to run a carousel, two ice rinks, and a golf course in the city’s parks, which the mayor noted are worth around $17 million a year.

“Look, it’s quite clear: the President of the United States directed a mob to attack the U.S. Congress during the Electoral College vote,” he added. “Even saying the words, Mika, it is almost impossible to believe, but it’s criminal activity. And, so, it’s very clear, and the lawyers looked at it. It was just as clear as a bell. That’s grounds for severing these contracts, and we’re moving to do that right away.”

Author: Trent Baker

Source: Breitbart: De Blasio: NYC ‘Severing All Contracts with the Trump Organization’ — ‘They Will Profit No Longer’

On January 4, Democrat members of the House of Representatives, led by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), adopted new rules that include a requirement for gender-neutral language in the House Rules, including the elimination of gendered pronouns and references to “father,” “son,” “mother” or “daughter.” The vote was strictly along party lines, 217-206.

The new “non-gendered language” rules were highlighted by critics online Wednesday when Pelosi used gendered language as she spoke about the prospective second impeachment of President Trump: “I stand before you as a wife, a mother, a grandmother, a daughter. A daughter whose father proudly served in this Congress.”

At the time of the rules change, which included changing the name of the “Office of the Whistleblower Ombudsman” to the “Office of the Whistleblower Ombuds,” House Rules Committee Chairman James McGovern (D-MA) stated, “We made this change for the sake of inclusion, not exclusion,” as The Hill reported.

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) called the rules change “stupid,” tweeting, “This is stupid. Signed, – A father, son, and brother.”

The text of Pelosi’s speech Wednesday, in which she stated President Trump “incited this insurrection, this armed rebellion, against our common country. He must go. He is a clear and present danger to the nation,” is below:

Thank you, Madam speaker. I thank the gentleman for yielding and for his leadership. Madam speaker, in his annual address to our predecessors in Congress in 1862, President Abraham Lincoln spoke of the duty of the patriot in an hour of decisive crisis for the American people. “Fellow citizens,” he said, “We cannot escape history. We will be remembered in spite of ourselves. No personal significance or insignificance can spare one or another of us. The fiery trial through which we pass will light us down in honor, or dishonor, to the latest generation. Even we here,” he said, “hold the power and bear the responsibility.” In the Bible, St. Paul wrote, “Think on these things.” We must think on what Lincoln told us. We, even here, even us here, hold the power and bear the responsibility. We, you and I, hold [in] trust the power that [derives] most directly from the people of the United States.

And we bear the responsibility to fill that oath that we all swear before God and before one another. The oath to defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic. So help us, God. We know that we face enemies of the Constitution. We know we experienced the insurrection that violated the sanctity of the people’s Capitol, and attempted to overturn the duly recorded will of the American people. And we know that the President of the United States incited this insurrection, this armed rebellion, against our common country. He must go. He is a clear and present danger to the nation that we all love. Since the presidential election in November, an election the president lost, he has repeatedly lied about the outcome, sowed self-serving doubt about democracy, and unconstitutionally sought to influence state officials to repeal reality.

And then came that day of fire we all experienced. The president must be impeached, and I believe the president must be convicted by the Senate, a constitutional remedy that will ensure that the Republic will be safe from this man who was so resolutely determined to tear down the things that we hold dear, and that hold us together. It gives me no pleasure to say this. It breaks my heart. It should break your heart. It should break all of our hearts, for your presence in this hallowed chamber is testament to your love for our country, for America, and to your faith in the work of our founders to create a more perfect union.

Those insurrectionists were not patriots. They were not part of a political base to be catered to and managed. They were domestic terrorists, and justice must prevail. But they did not appear out of a vacuum. They were sent here by the president with words such as a cry to “fight like hell.” Words matter. Truth matters. Accountability matters. In his public exhortations to [inaudible], the president saw the insurrectionists not as the foes of freedom, as they are, but as the means to a terrible goal; the goal of his personally clinging to power; the goal of thwarting the will of the people; the goal of the ending in a fiery and bloody clash nearly two and a half centuries of our democracy. This is not theoretical. And this is not motivated by partisanship. I stand before you today as an officer of the constitution, as Speaker of the House of Representatives.

I stand before you as a wife, a mother, a grandmother, a daughter, a daughter whose father proudly served in this Congress. Thomas D’Alesandro Jr. from Maryland, one of the first Italian Americans to serve in the Congress. And I stand here before you today as a noblest of things, a citizen of the United States of America, with my voice and my vote, with a plea to all of you. Democrats and Republicans, I ask you to search your souls and answer these questions. Is the president’s war on democracy in keeping with the Constitution? Were his words and insurrectionary mob a high crime and misdemeanor? Do we not have the duty to our oath to do all we constitutionally can do to protect our nation and our democracy from the appetites and ambitions of a man who has self-evidently demonstrated that he is a vital threat to liberty, to self-government, and to the rule of law?

Our country is divided. We all know that. There are lies abroad in the land spread by a desperate president who feels his power slipping away. We know that, too. But I know this as well, that we here in this House have a sacred obligation to stand for truth, to stand up for the Constitution, to stand as guardians of the Republic. In a speech he was prepared to give in Dallas on Friday, November 22nd, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was to say, “We in this country, in this generation, are by destiny rather than choice, the watchmen on the walls of world freedom. We ask, therefore, that we may be worthy of our power and responsibility.” That we may be worthy.

President Kennedy was assassinated before he could deliver those words to the nation, but they resonate more even now, in our time, in this place. Let us be worthy of our power and responsibility, that what Lincoln thought was the world’s last best hope, the United States of America, may long survive. My fellow members, my fellow Americans, we cannot escape history. Let us embrace our duty, fulfill our oath, and honor the trust of our nation. And we pray that God will continue to bless America.

Author: Hank Berrien

Source: Daily Wire: Pelosi, Who Pushed Through ‘Non-Gendered Language’ Rules Change, Calls Herself ‘Wife … Mother … Grandmother …Daughter’

A growing list of Republican lawmakers is calling for Rep. Liz Cheney to step down as chairwoman of the House Republican Conference after announcing she will vote to impeach President Trump.

“She should resign her position as a conference chair and should not be serving this conference. That’s it,” Rep. Andy Biggs, an Arizona Republican, told the Washington Examiner on Tuesday night.

“The reality is, she’s not representing the conference. She’s not representing the Republican ideals,” he added in a separate interview.

Biggs is not alone in calling on the GOP’s third-ranking member of the House to step down, with Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene, Matt Rosendale, and Jim Jordan also calling on her to leave the post.

“I think she’s totally wrong. I think there should be a conference and have a second vote on [her leadership post],” Jordan said.

“I’m calling for .@RepLizCheney to step down as Chairwoman of the House Republican Conference,” Greene tweeted Wednesday. “She doesn’t represent Republican voters by supporting this political witch-hunt impeachment of President Trump. She is not connected to the base and is voting for a hurtful lie.”

“When Representative Cheney came out for impeachment today, she failed to consult with the Conference, failed to abide by the spirit of the rules of the Republican Conference, and ignored the preferences of Republican voters,” Rosendale said in a statement. “She is weakening our conference at a key moment for personal political gain and is unfit to lead. She must step down as Conference Chair.”

Cheney announced Tuesday she would vote to impeach Trump following the siege of the Capitol last Wednesday.

“The President of the United States summoned this mob, assembled the mob, and lit the flame of this attack. Everything that followed was his doing. None of this would have happened without the President,” said Cheney. “The President could have immediately and forcefully intervened to stop the violence. He did not.”

“There has never been a greater betrayal by a President of the United States of his office and his oath to the Constitution,” she added. “I will vote to impeach the President.”

Cheney joins at least four other Republicans who said they will vote for impeachment, including Reps. John Katko, Adam Kinzinger, Fred Upton, and Jaime Herrera Beutler.

“I’m not going anywhere,” Cheney said on Wednesday. “This is a vote of conscience. It’s one where there are different views in our conference.”

Author: Emma Colton, Social Media Manager

Source: Washington Examiner: Growing list of Republicans call on Liz Cheney to step down as House Republican Conference chairwoman following impeachment support

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