Liz Cheney Jumps on the Crazy Train and Says Her Colleagues and Constituents ‘Enable’ White Supremacy – Opinion

A mass shooting at a Buffalo grocery store in NY has caused panic and led to a wave of crazy. When the paramedics reached the scene, the panicked left had barely arrived.

If you think the shooter’s politics resemble anything in the GOP (The Buffalo Shooter’s Ideas and Beliefs in One Easy Thread Helps Paint a Larger Picture), there is a good chance that you are insane. Read my colleague Jeff Charles’s post, Don’t Let Them Lie About Great Replacement Theory to Smear You.

There is no denying that blood is everywhere. Liz Cheney was soon an ex-GOP representative for Wyoming. She is likely to have been a cohost on The Young Turks, or some other similar elegant show.

You have to wonder where Cheney lives. Throwing around accusations of this kind, particularly when they are patently untrue, simply marks Cheney as the low-rent, amoral grifter we’ve come to know during her time in Congress. Her statement provided the platform for progressive media to present her case. In fact, the New York Times lead editorial today was devoted to hammering home that theme The Buffalo Shooting Was Not a Random Act of Violence.

White nationalism has been openly supported by some Republican legislators. Marjorie Taylor Greene, from Georgia, and Paul Gosar, of Arizona, participated in February’s conference hosted by Nick Fuentes (a white supremacist).

Representative Kevin McCarthy, Republican of California and the minority leader, ultimately called their actions “appalling and wrong,” but he did not formally rebuke or punish them.

Although top Republicans may have behaved less outwardly than hard-right peers, they still attack Democrats with racial, ethnic, and other grievances. Many of these attacks appeal to the replacement theory theme, in which it is argued that Western elites are sometimes manipulated by Jews and want to replace or disempower white Americans.

I don’t endorse what Fuentes says, but it is entirely up to him if he wants to hold those views. If other people want to go to his conferences, that’s their right, and it is our right to judge them on it at the polls or in our personal interactions. I don’t find him or his views any more hateful, offensive, or ridiculous than those held by Ibram X. Kendi and Robin D’Angelo or any critical race theory proponent. If society has determined that it is appropriate to criticize, and indeed punish, people based on their race and that races have the right to self-segregate, it doesn’t get to decide to which races the #NewRules apply. Bottom line: No one has the right to support racial discrimination or bigotry.

We are now at the core of the issue. Elise Stefanik has been called a rising star within the GOP. If the House flips in November–and barring the use of the same voting and vote-counting rules that put Joey SoftServe in the White House, it will–she will probably hold a senior leadership position. So this is just a chance to rough her up, and when she is elected to a leadership role, the media can say, “Look, the GOP has a white nationalist and anti-semite in its leadership.”

The shooting left a lot of attention on New York Representative Elise Stefanik, who is from Northern New York. She replaced Ms. Cheney as No. Three House Republican.

Stefanik falsely claimed that Democrats planned to legalize illegal immigrants to replace American voters.

In September, she released a campaign ad on Facebook claiming that Democrats were plotting “a PERMANENT ELECTION INSURRECTION” by granting “amnesty” to undocumented immigrants, which her ad said would “overthrow our current electorate and create a permanent liberal majority in Washington.”

In recent days, she and others have falsely accused President Biden of sending infant formula pallets to undocumented immigrant children at the expense Americans who are in desperate need of it.

Just because the New York Times calls something false doesn’t make it false. It is not a coincidence that Democrats have allowed hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants to cross the border unhindered. They fought Donald Trump with all their might when he attempted to limit that flow. There is a reason that Democrats don’t want Voter ID laws or require proof of citizenship to register to vote. Democrats allow people who are not legal to vote to register. They believe that a weak population held captive by government handouts will make it a stable voting base over the generations. The claim that the left wants open borders to protect the welfare of migrants, is either stupid or disingenuous or both.

The same applies to baby formula. Are illegal aliens in need of formula? No, it isn’t. Are they running out of it at grocery stores? It’s. You have now established that the US government treats illegal aliens in a way that is superior to American treatment. It isn’t the market that is making the choice on the distribution of baby formula; it is government intervention. While there may be many reasons for preferential treatment and justifications, it is impossible to deny that it exists.

Representative Adam Kinzinger, Republican of Illinois and an ally of Ms. Cheney, said other party leaders should be called to account for Ms. Stefanik’s statements.

“Did you know: @EliseStefanik pushes white replacement theory? The #3 in the house GOP,” he wrote.

The sad little twit or some such thing said it. That’s all he can do because that’s what he is.

Liz Cheney, an embittered and angry grifter, sees her misery coming to an end. She’ll get a comfy “political analyst” slot on CNN or MSNBC and use it to bash her former colleagues and constituents. It makes complete sense to think about her statements and tweets as an absurd form of resume cover letter. Then, in a couple of years, she’ll be kicked to the curb because nothing she says is interesting, and there is a limited market for GOP quislings.

What we can’t do is get drawn into trying to convince the left that we aren’t what they claim we are. Don’t get dragged into the Justify, rgue, DEfend or EThe xplain trap. If they are accusing Elise Stefanik of being an anti-semite and proponent of “white replacement theory” by stating the obvious, Democrats want millions of illegals as a political base and will do what it takes to achieve that goal; there is nothing you are going to say that will refute their lies.

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