A former Trump campaign lawyer Jenna Ellis is challenging Rep. Liz Cheney to debate election integrity in the 2020 election.
Liz Cheney really loves to run her mouth…
It is about to run her out of a leadership role and next year it will run her out of office. She will probably announce she is not running for reelection rather than take a humiliating defeat. But she has run her mouth once too often and Trump lawyer, Jenna Ellis has called her bluff. Cheney tweeted that the election was not stolen from President Trump. That was a mistake.
I wish her good luck with that…
She and Adam Kinzinger endorsed a NeverTrump candidate in the special Texas election. He finished ninth. hating Trump does not be a good position to stake out if you want to gain office.
And if you think President Trump looked good while he was in office it is nothing to compare to how good he looks while Biden is in office.
Cheney has driven even her supporters away from herself and it is unlikely she will keep her leadership position through the end of May.
An excerpt from PJ Media report:
On Monday, Rep. Liz Cheney insisted on Twitter that the 2020 presidential election “was not stolen.”
“Anyone who claims it was is spreading THE BIG LIE, turning their back on the rule of law, and poisoning our democratic system.”
Cheney was responding to a Trump statement released Monday morning that “The Fraudulent Presidential Election of 2020 will be, from this day forth, known as THE BIG LIE!”
In response to Cheney’s tweet, Ellis pointed out that “Election officials in at least six states violated the law in the administration of the 2020 election. That’s called cheating.”
“If you have the guts to debate me on this, name the time and place,” Ellis tweeted to Cheney.
Jella Ellis said in the report:
“The Trump Legal Team presented more than sufficient evidence to legislatures in six states showing how state officials violated election laws and the selection of electoral delegates was irredeemably compromised. Liz Cheney participated in exactly ZERO of the legislative hearings, did not sign on to the Texas v. Pennsylvania suit, and never contacted us to learn the facts for herself.”
“I was there. I participated in defending the rule of law, I saw the evidence, and I can back up my argument with facts. If Rep. Cheney isn’t just trying to mislead the American people, she will have no problem presenting her argument and debating me. The American people deserve Congress members who are truthful, not political opportunists.”