Even Members Of The January 6th Committee Have Had It With Liz Cheney

Liz Cheney is no longer useful to the left and it could not be more obvious.

Even members of the January 6th committee have had it with her.

They are claiming that they’re angry because Cheney put too much of a focus on Trump. That might be partially true. What’s also true is that they no longer have any use for her. She is not even going to be a member of Congress in about a month.

Townhall reports:

Even January 6 Select Committee Staffers Have Had It With Liz Cheney

Soon-to-be-former Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) lost her August primary to Harriet Hageman by nearly 40 points, now Rep.-elect Hageman. It was in large part because she wasn’t so much representing her constituents as she was focusing on taking down former and potentially future President Donald Trump.

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A July poll from the Casper-Star Tribune that was conducted by Mason-Dixon Polling & Strategy found that 61 percent of respondents agreed “Liz Cheney’s opposition to Trump affected her ability to deal with the important Wyoming issues.” It’s not just Wyomingites polled over the summer who thought so, though. It turns out that so do staffers of Cheney’s beloved January 6 select committee, where she serves as the vice chair.

This is from the Washington Post:

Several committee staff members were floored earlier this month when they were told that a draft report would focus almost entirely on Trump and the work of the committee’s Gold Team, excluding reams of other investigative work.

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Potentially left on the cutting room floor, or relegated to an appendix, were many revelations from the Blue Team — the group that dug into the law enforcement and intelligence community’s failure to assess the looming threat and prepare for the well-forecast attack on the Capitol. The proposed report would also cut back on much of the work of the Green Team, which looked at financing for the Jan. 6 attack, and the Purple Team, which examined militia groups and extremism…

People familiar with the committee’s work said Cheney has taken a far more hands-on role than Rep. Bennie G. Thompson (D-Miss.), who is chairing the committee. She is said by multiple staffers to want the report to focus on Trump, and has pushed for the hearings to focus extensively on his conduct — and not what she views as other sideshows.

Two people familiar with the process argued that without Cheney’s guidance, the committee would not be on track to submit a cohesive final report by the end of the year. One of these people described some of the output from investigators as being “uneven.”

After January, Liz Cheney is going to find herself with very few friends.


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