Donald Trump Calls Liz Cheney a “despicable Human Being” On Truth Social

an outraged donald trump launched a direct attack on liz cheneythe Republican vice chair of the January 6 caucus, calling her a “despicable human being,” accusing her colleagues of being “thugs” and complaining that they should be investigating violent leftist activists instead of him.

“The warmonger and despicable human being Liz Cheney, who is hated by the great people of Wyoming (35 below!), keeps saying, over and over again, that YOUR phony Unselected Committee can recommend CRIMINAL CHARGES against a President of the United States who got more votes than any sitting President in history,” the former president wrote, clearly furious. “Even the Democrats didn’t know what he was talking about! Why doesn’t he file charges instead against those who cheated in the Election, or those who failed to adequately protect the Capitol?

“Why the highly partisan Unselected Committee of Political Goons, the same people (all Trump haters and speculators: books, speeches, etc.) who were involved with Impeachment Hoax #1, Impeachment Hoax #2, the Mueller “No Collusion” report, and in general the LARGEST WITCH HUNT IN US HISTORY, does not go after the people who have rioted, burned down cities, led the crime spree massive and killed many across the US, including drug and human traffickers? No, we’re going after ‘Trump’!”


Trump has backed Cheney’s Republican challenger in his bid for re-election in Wyoming. His chosen candidate, Harriet Hageman, was one of several candidates who sparred with the representative last week in a meeting in which non-Cheney contenders endorsed a variety of lies and conspiracy theories about the 9/6 riots. January, the 2020 elections and other topics.

Cheney is expected to lose the primary due to the Republican base’s bias toward Trump, but she has raised spectacular sums of money and approached Democrats in her state about re-registering so they can vote for her in the primary. Republican primaries.

Trump initially refrained from commenting on the Jan. 6 committee hearings, but has grown increasingly angry as they unfold. Reports say he is furious that there are no Republicans fighting for him on the panel, even though it was Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy who withdrew any member from choosing him.

Building on the latest testimony from former Mark Meadows aide Cassidy Hutchinson, several members of the panel, including Cheney, have made it clearer than ever that they believe the evidence they have gathered could support criminal charges against Trump.



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