The Republican Party stripped Wyoming’s third-largest man of leadership of the House of Representatives, Liz Cheney, the representative of Wyoming.
Washington In order to show their loyalty to Donald J. Trump, Republicans acted swiftly on Wednesday to deprive the Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney of the House of Representatives, and voted to fire the third most important figure in the party to overturn the law. And asked him to be responsible for the fatal riots that took place on the Capitol on January 6.
The action was meticulously planned by party leaders and took place through an oral vote in a closed-door meeting on Capitol Hill that lasted only 15 minutes.
When votes piled up on him, Cheney dispatched one last provocative speech instead of shooting him, warning Republicans about the “sabotage” surrounding the victorious deliberators who accompany him, and refusing to reject the myth of stolen elections. , Was eliminated by her colleague.
After months of infighting, leading to the violent end of his presidency, Republicans reluctantly fired Cheney, who is the heir to one of the country’s most powerful conservative families. Political principles and the ideological cornerstones once defined.
The voting and how it was conducted also illustrates how the Republican orthodoxy is defined as more supportive of an alliance with the former president, which puts loyalty first, rather than a political agenda or government vision.