Dick Cheney Calls Donald Trump a ‘Coward’ in Ad for Liz Cheney

Dick Cheney, the Darth Vader of the GOP’s Freedom Agenda, sought to export democracy to Muslim theocracies by bombing them back to the stone age. Praise the Lord and pass me the weapons that shock and awe.

Even this dark lord is shocked by the duplicity, stupidity, and treasonous nature of Donald Trump.

Dick Cheney blasted Trump in a new campaign ad for his daughter, Liz Cheney, who is running for re-election in Wyoming:

“In our nation’s 236-year history, there has never been an individual who is a greater threat to our republic than Donald Trump. He tried to steal the last election using lies and violence to keep himself in power after the voters had rejected him. He is a coward. A real man wouldn’t lie to his supporters. He lost his election, and he lost big. I know it, he knows it, and deep down I think most Republicans know it.”

There’s some shock and awe for you, but it will take more than these blistering words of condemnation, to open the eyes of the MAGA faithful.

Liz Cheney, the vice-chairwoman of the House select committee investigating the January 6 insurrection, has been one of Trump’s most vehement critics, accusing him of violating the constitution for his role in the insurrection.

Unfortunately, Cheney will most likely lose her reelection battle against the Trump-endorsed, Big Lie proponent Harriet Hageman.

Liz Cheney will lose her battle against Hageman, but hopefully she will win the war and the findings of the January 6 commission will lead to the indictment and conviction of Donald Trump.

Dick Cheney Reams Mike Pence

Evangelical Creep

“A large group of conservative donors and scholars were shocked last weekend after a friendly exchange between Vice President Mike Pence and Dick Cheney, the former vice president, turned tense.

Cheney, a fierce defender of the foreign policy of President George W. Bush, politely questioned the approach of Pence`s boss, President Donald Trump, on foreign policy and national security.”


Actually by most accounts the “friendly exchange” was more like a grilling, Cheney accused the Trump administration of treating American foreign policy like a “New York real estate deal,” and he demanded answers from the hapless Pence.

The current vice president is normally mild-mannered and even-tempered but he`s a loyal lieutenant and he vociferously defends his boss`s contradictory and irrational domestic and foreign policies.

Most Republican leaders are too afraid to confront Trump, so they take out their frustrations on Pence, they rightly deduce that a milquetoast whose nose is perpetually brown is just going to stand there like a mannequin and take it.

I rarely find common ground with Darth Vader, but Cheney is spot-on: Trump treats foreign policy like a “New York real estate deal.”

When deciding what action to take in hot spots around the globe the stable genius doesn`t take geopolitical concerns or our democratic values into consideration, he merely does a cost-benefit analysis.

Take Syria for example, Trump wanted to remove our troops from the god-forsaken country immediately and precipitously as a cost-saving measure. He didn`t consult with our allies, and he was willing to leave the Kurds to the tender mercies of the brutal Turkish army.

Nobody treats Pence with the deference due a vice president, and he`s in for at least two more years of Cheney-like attacks.

But reaming Pence is as challenging as taking candy from a baby. I wish Republican politicians would grow some gonads, and attack Trump directly for destroying their party and doing indelible harm to our democracy.

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