There was an awkward moment of silence at Tuesday's House Republican leadership press conference between Minority Leader McCarthy and Rep. Liz Cheney.
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) was reportedly rebuffed by Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) after he asked her to apologize for her vote to impeach then-President Donald Trump.
Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) on Sunday said that she expects "many, many criminal investigations" into former President Donald Trump's role in inciting a violent insurrection on January 6.
199 House Republicans have embraced anti-Semitism and violence.
The nearly unanimous vote came after just 11 minutes of debate.
The caucus voted to retain her by 145-61. That means 61 House Republicans are barking mad Qanon supporters, and the rest are afraid to admit they're not.
Rep Jim Jordan argued, backslid, obfuscated, drew false comparisons, and was completely undone by the simple questions Fox News' Sandra Smith and John Roberts asked
Hard-core Republicans love to rev up the buses and set out to divide people. This time they're aiming at their own side.
The GOP at the ground level not only has fully embraced the conspiracist rot that Trump promoted after he lost, but it also has become even more openly extreme than it was before the election. Liz Cheney is finding that out.
Politico's Tara Palmeri discusses the alternate universe Trump supporters who don't like Liz Cheney are living in that she discovered when reporting in Wyoming after Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz held a rally there attacking Cheney.
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