Even though House Republicans kicked Rep. Liz Cheney from her leadership position over her pushing back on the Trump lie that he had won the election, she isn’t keeping quiet.

On David Axelrod’s “The Axe Files” podcast, she reiterated:

“As I said, I think what Donald Trump did is the most dangerous thing, the most egregious violation of an oath of office of any president in our history,” Cheney said earlier Saturday. “And so the idea that a few weeks after he did that, the leader of the Republicans in the House would be at Mar-a-Lago, essentially, you know, pleading with him to to somehow come back into the fold, or whatever it was he was doing, to me was was inexcusable.”

She’s talking about House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, who conveniently seems to have forgotten that the ex-PResident incited an insurrection and overthrow of the government.

In a stunning statement, Cheney also compared Trump’s rhetoric to that of the Chinese Communist Party, arguing that trying to create distrust of the federal election system was comparable to efforts by the group to discredit American democracy.
We believe that’s called ‘treason.’