Breaking: House Republicans May Vote to Remove Never-Trumper Liz Cheney from Leadership by May 12th – But Will Weakling McCarthy Call for Another Secret Ballot?

House Republicans may vote as early as May 12th to remove unhinged Trump-Hater Liz Cheney from House Republican leadership.

Currently, Liz Cheney is the third-ranked Republican in the US House of Representatives. And she can’t stop talking about how much she dislikes President Trump and how she hopes the deep state investigates him and makes his life a living hell.

Liz Cheney also believes Trump voters are expendable.

For some reason, this horrible person still has a leadership role with House Republicans.

They really are this bad.

Reuters reported:

Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives are expected to try to remove Liz Cheney from their party leadership for denouncing former President Donald Trump’s false claim the election was stolen from him, said two Republican congressional sources.

One of the sources said they could vote as early as May 12, their next scheduled meeting after a two-week break.

The No. 3 House Republican and the 54-year-old daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, she survived a similar rebellion early in the year.

House Republicans voted 145-61 to keep Trump-hater Cheney in leadership back in February.
Since then she’s only gotten more hateful and more unhinged.

Kevin McCarthy held a secret ballot so Republican voters would not know who stabbed them and Trump in the back.

GOP LAWMAKERS CHOOSE LIZ CHENEY OVER THEIR VOTERS: Never-Trumper Liz Cheney Holds Leadership Position in House GOP after Secret Ballot

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