Liz Cheney

November 11, 2021

Trump responds to Cheney’s ‘domestic threat’ comments

On Wednesday, former President Donald Trump responded to Rep. Liz Cheney’s (R-WY) comments during a speech wherein she denounced him as a “domestic threat” who wants to “unravel the foundations of our constitutional republic.”

“With an approval rating at 19% in Wyoming, people are wise to Liz Cheney. She is a threat to Free and Fair elections, which are the cornerstone of our Country, because she caved so easily on the Crime of the Century,” Trump said, referring to last year’s presidential election, the results of which he continues to contest.

Cheney and the former president have been at odds since she voted to impeach him in the wake of the Jan. 6 riot at the US Capitol.

“Cheney is far more unpopular than her father, who just lost his position as the least popular Vice President in American history to Kamala Harris,” Trump said. “Democrats would never put up with a Liz Cheney in their ranks. If we had a Free and Fair media, instead of a corrupt media, those election results would never have been allowed to happen. The proof of irregularities and fraud is massive!”

On Tuesday, Cheney gave a speech in New Hampshire, rebuking Trump.

“Political leaders who sit silent in the face of these false and dangerous claims are aiding a former president who is at war with the rule of law and the Constitution,” she said.


Trump slams Cheney after New Hampshire remarks

October 29, 2021

Cheney blasts Fox News over latest Tucker Carlson promo

Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) is calling out Fox News Media over a promotional video for an upcoming episode of Tucker Carlson’s mini-series Tucker Carlson Originals.

The episode, set to broadcast on the company’s paid streaming service Fox Nation next month, examines the Jan. 6 Capitol riot and claims to tell “the true story behind 1/6.”

“The helicopters have left Afghanistan and now they’ve landed here at home,” Carlson said in the video. “They’ve begun to fight a new enemy in a new war on terror.” 

An interviewee says, “false flags have happened in this country, one of which could have been Jan. 6.”

“It appears that [Fox News’] is giving [Carlson] a platform to spread the same type of lies that provoked violence on January 6,” Cheney tweeted. “As [Fox News] knows, the election wasn’t stolen and January 6 was not a ‘false flag’ operation.”

Several other Republicans also criticized Carlson’s promotional video, including Reps. Denver Riggleman (VA) and Adam Kinzinger (IL).

Longtime Fox News contributor Geraldo Rivera wondered in an interview with The New York Times if Carlson might be intentionally provocative with his content.

“Tucker’s wonderful, he’s provocative, he’s original, but — man oh man,” Rivera said. “There are some things that you say that are more inflammatory and outrageous and uncorroborated. And I worry that — and I’m probably going to get in trouble for this — but I’m wondering how much is done to provoke, rather than illuminate.”

“He’s my colleague. He’s my family. Sometimes you have to speak out about your family,” Rivera said.


Cheney calls out Fox over new Tucker Carlson promo

October 21, 2021

Trump/Cheney feud continues: ‘She is a smug fool’

Former President Donald Trump and Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) are still at odds, with Trump calling her a “smug fool” after she implored the House to support a criminal contempt vote against former White House aide Steve Bannon.

“Low-polling Liz Cheney (19%) is actually very bad news for the Democrats, people absolutely cannot stand her as she fights for the people that have decimated her and her father for many years,” Trump said.

“She is a smug fool, and the great State of Wyoming, together with the Republican Party, fully understands her act. To look at her is to despise her,” Trump added. “Hopefully she will continue down this unsustainable path and she will soon be gone!”

Cheney, who voted to impeach Trump and serves as vice chairwoman of the Jan. 6 Special Committee, asked her fellow Republican House members to hold Bannon in contempt.

“I urge you to do what you know is right, to think of the long arc of history. We are told that it bends towards justice. But it does so only because of the actions of men and women in positions of public trust,” Cheney said during Wednesday’s meeting.


Trump Calls Cheney a ‘Smug Fool’

September 28, 2021

Cheney fuels Trump feud: ‘I like Republican presidents who win re-election’

Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) is apparently extending her feud with former President Donald Trump, with a tweet reading, “I like Republican presidents who win re-election.” A picture of former President George W. Bush accompanied the post.

Cheney posted the tweet ahead of an interview with “60 Minutes,” wherein she said that some congressional Republicans privately encouraged her to continue her outspoken efforts against Trump.

“Have members of Congress, Republicans, come up to you privately and whispered in your ear ‘Way to go, Liz’ and encouraged you but won’t come forward and say that publicly?” Lesley Stahl asked Cheny in the interview.

“Yes,” Cheney said.

The pair have been entangled in a public feud after Cheney joined nine other Republicans in voting to impeach Trump following the events at the US Capitol building on Jan. 6. The GOP relieved Cheney of her duties as Republican Conference Chairwoman in May.

Trump recently endorsed attorney Harriet Hageman, Cheney’s challenger for the upcoming primary.


Cheney takes shot at Trump: ‘I like Republican presidents who win re-election’

May 13, 2021

Republicans Cancel Anti-Trump Liz Cheney

How are you, America,

Here’s what’s going on with the Republican Party. Rep. Liz Cheney was ousted as GOP No. 3 House leader. Her ouster was, of course, orchestrated by Former President Donald Trump. Cheney was one of the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach the former president. That’s what you get when you turn against Trump.

Finally, Colonial Pipeline is now back in operations after being offline for 5 days. The ransomware attack to the pipeline prompted panic, gas shortages, and price hike. The company warned, though, that supply chain won’t be back to normal for several days. Patience, guys.

What’s your stance on“vaccine passports”? Hundreds of people in Orange County are opposed to it. They let officials know by holding a protest to blast the Board of Supervisors for a proposal to create digital records that can document a person’s COVID-19 vaccination status. For sure, discussion around vaccine passports is not just limited to Orange County.

In a separate protest, hundreds of Israelis and Palestinians clashed in New York City on Tuesday to object the attacks in Gaza and Tel Aviv. The war has already killed at least 55 people, including children. The NYPD had a hard time separating the warring crowds. Trump blames the Biden administration for the ongoing war in Gaza.

Medical researchers say “Men who develop COVID-19 should be aware that ED could be adverse effect.” The coronavirus can attack not only the lungs but can spread “and affect many organs, including the penis.” There were reports that several male Covid victims developed severe erectile dysfunction after the onset of the infection.

American Idol fans were shocked when Wyatt Pike mysteriously left the competition in April. Now, another fan favorite gave up his chances to become the next superstar. Caleb Kennedy left AI after a video of him wearing what appears to be a Ku Klux Klan hood surfaced on social media. Caleb was 12 in the video. Your past has a way to sneak up on you.

Take it easy,

Fraser Dixon


May 8, 2021

German scientist predicts a man named ‘Elon’ will rule over Mars

Happy Saturday, America!

In a Twitter post, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk shared a photo of a book penned by German scientist and engineer Wernher von Braun in 1952, predicting that there would be a man that would rule Mars named ‘Elon.’ Seemed like von Braun saw the future at that time. Interesting stuff!

Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY.) said that the GOP is on the verge of whether staying an honorable and principled party, or destroying itself and becoming Trump’s party. The embattled congresswoman is being attacked by his fellow partymates for standing against the former president’s unsubstantiated claims and conspiracies. All the best, Madam!

In a research spearheaded by the University of Washington’s Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, it was found out that the US has over 900,000 fatalities due to the COVID-19. The official count of over 500,000 was inaccurate since most of the fatal cases were only confirmed through hospital records, or if the person is confirmed to have contracted the virus.

Over the years, the demand for drones for military weaponry has grown not only in the US but across the world. Other countries like China and Turkey have tapped the use of this device as part of their military advancement. Governments must do something to regulate weaponizing drones.

A new study showed that almost half of Americans believed that they are a better individual than any people they know. In fact, about eight out of 10 people thought that they are a good person. Seems like humility is not in everyone’s DNA?

During their match’s press conference, Floyd Mayweather and YouTuber Logan Paul had their pre-battle wherein the latter snatched the former’s hat, and they ended in a physical scuffle. While many say that it was scripted just to gain more publicity for their upcoming fight, I don’t know whether the bout itself would be interesting to watch.


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