Rep. Liz Cheney Continues Criticism Of Trump's False Election Claims | Morning Joe | MSNBC 1

Rep. Liz Cheney Continues Criticism Of Trump’s False Election Claims | Morning Joe | MSNBC


Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wy., continues to take on former President Trump's false claim the election was stolen, saying on Twitter the '2020 presidential election was not stolen.' Rep. Cheney's remarks are sparking new calls for her to leave GOP leadership. The panel discusses.

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Rep. Liz Cheney Continues Criticism Of Trump's False Election Claims | Morning Joe | MSNBC


    1. @DanSk451 Oh give me a fffing break. You totally missed the point, OK? They all lie. This BS comparing the first 100 days is nonsense. Grow up, you “dog-faced pony soldier”

    2. @Stephen Kershaw I don’t think you know what “acronym” means. And you’re a clown if you think the Dems don’t lie through their teeth as well.

    3. @BidenHarris: MAD Magazine’s Person Of The Year
      Now you think you can drag in a false equivalency.
      Why not compare a murderer and a shoplifter then and put them in the same cell?
      That is the point you are desperately trying to avoid.

    4. @DanSk451 False equivalency? Try bad analogy — on your part. Thee’s nothing innocent about the present puppet. You probably already know that.

    5. @Jeff Cook oh yes. It’s very different. It’s different in every other country. There is only one trump! America could be much better!

  1. They want us divided. They want us hating eachother for having a different opinion. Let’s be kind and loving to one another, after all we are all humans.

    1. Its easy to love strangers then your family in a Political discussion & now we found out in Washington are all related!

    2. @Lonneye Hicks Actually I have a different take. People are inclined to believe information that reinforce their pre-conceived ideas and to zoom out information that contradicts them. In the past we had a group of friends that we trusted and we would discuss our views and they would argue differently and we could change our minds or at least adjust them with their input. Nowadays people have much less of that circle of friends (usually avoid politics with friends in order not to get into heated conversations) and look for re-iteration of our ideas on-line and find those eco-chambers and tipically get more and more radicalised. My point is, we already have critical thinking if we want to use it, a class could improve that, but the problem is not the lack of skills. It is the unwillingness of using those skills because they may put in doubt what we want to believe its the truth.
      A clear example of how relevant this is, is what happenned in Fox News after the election. When Fox News called the victory for Biden in Arizona and days after the EC, a significant % of Fox viewers moved to Newsmax and OAn because those networks were giving them the information they wanted to hear, that there was fraud and trump was robbed. You do not need a lot of critical thinking techniques to understand that Republican officials would not certify the election for Biden if there was fraud, that the courts would investigate fraud if there was any evidence. But those are not the facts they want to hear so they look for people that give them an alternative reality. Against this, there is no critical thinking class that will solve the problem.
      Democracy needs facts that the society agrees to be the base of the decision we make. Sources of truth in a democracy comes from independent institutions (governmental or private) and the media. The attack on the credibility of these institutions and the media over the last 25 years and specially in the last decade has reduced the credibility of the source of facts. Together with the emergence of social media that brings you more untruth than truth the source of facts that people can agree upon has declined and this erodes the foundations of American democracy. It is worse in America than Europe just because Europeans have more trust in the governmental instutions, but the challenges arising from Social Media is also impacting Europe.

    3. Aw sad Liz supporters are trying to be smarter than us lol
      Liz didn’t choose it for the Truth, She chose it to become famous and create more hate. That’s the same level for BLM and Antifa. So think about it.

    4. @Andrew Lee That’s the problem, you’re just dividing us. Be better than your opposition.

    5. @BRYAN STARS Police accountability never should have been a racial issue. If the media had focused on white ppl being wrongfully shot and killed by the police, more would’ve been done by now. BLM was always doomed to fail.

  2. Loving lies and hating truth is an open door for evil and destruction. An undisputed fact.

  3. “My day wanes and on tomorrow’s light I must needs take my flight; alas, dear sir, where may I perch to hide myself from the masses who now know and disapprove, and do seek my overthrow?”

    1. @Aunty Mammalia Lol. You seem just the type to run around her home screeching like a banshee, while rubbing herself with peanut butter. Run, run, run, rabbit run

  4. I’d like to sit with Matt Lewis and listen to him play those guitars!!!! LOL!!!!! Just to see how good he is and what genres of music he’s been exposed to… or chosen to be exposed to.

  5. You’re an interesting species. An interesting mix. You’re capable of such beautiful dreams, and such horrible nightmares. You feel so lost, so cut off, so alone, only you’re not. See, in all our searching, the only thing we’ve found that makes the emptiness bearable, is each other…….

    1. Tribalism. Carl Sagan called it “dangerous evolutionary baggage” back in 1980, and he wasn’t wrong…

  6. Interesting how when confronted with the facts, the “facts don’t care about your feelings” folks cling to their emotional delusions.

    1. @ktrigg2 they didn’t censor Trump, Trump failed to adhere to community guidelines and the terms of service agreements which is why he was removed from social media platforms. Why shouldn’t political leaders be held to the same standards as everyone else? It’s not like Trump wasn’t repeatedly warned about it.

    2. @ktrigg2 I think it’s perceived that it happens more on the left, but it similarly happens on the right – it’s just not at the same level of exposure. Very few are interested in free speech. Take Mike Lindell’s “social media” platform FRANK, for example; they tout unfettered free speech, yet will censor swear words, pornography, and taking God’s name in vein. So, it’s “free speech” until something is said that one disagrees with. That is also to say that certain groups wish hate speech and calls for violence to also be protected under the free speech moniker – which I disagree with and liken to yelling “fire!” in a crowded building when there is no fire.

    3. Trumps lawyers went to court and told the judge ” we arent claiming fraud” How can anyone still support the ex president of trump university?

    4. @Matt O Yes very selectively applied and conveniently interpreted guidelines which have been used to suppress all manner of speech. If you want to install a corporate tech oligarchy to decide what you are allowed to see and hear, you get what you deserve. Corporations deciding what our elected leaders are allowed to say would seem to be a bad direction to go….

  7. when you can say even nixon and benedict arnold combined seemed angelic to what is going on right now then you know we have a major problem.

    1. Trump and his minions are nothing but thugs, nothing more and there are people so ignorant they follow it with elation. It’s disastrous that this is allowed to continue. Why is it? I don’t get it? Our country is not looking to good things for our future. Fact, Russia and China are jumping for joy this internal destruction is happening here.

  8. From what I understand, Cheney’s track record isn’t pristine, but in this case I’m behind her 100%. Good on her for refusing to be silenced.

    1. Okay a friendly reminder that you should admit the unacceptance of 2016 is all you need to know

  9. “Truth is incontrovertible, ignorance can deride it, panic may resent it, malice may destroy it, but there it is.” (Churchill)

    1. Churchill would have called her a useless tramp. She has no evidence that the election results are valid because *none of us do* because our elections are hot garbage.
      We have no way of knowing how accurate they are and in most states it’s not even legal to fix a discrepancy. If a discrepancy is found the vote stays as-is because they can’t tell which one is correct.

    2. @John Townsend You’re right, Churchill was a boyscout and there hasn’t been serious problems with our elections sine Gore. I guess Russia rigging the election for Trump, which these same clowns repeated daily for four years, is also ignorance, resentment, and malice.

  10. Yes! You ARE the strong voice of authority. Great to see you claiming YOUR power. Thankyou.

  11. Nobody in the entire world understands what exactly needs to happen before people in government are being held accountable for their failures to Protect & Serve!!! Corruption and absolute incompetence in full display, and there are no consequences??!!

  12. Oh no! We need to oust Liz Cheney for telling the truth before all the Sheep figure out what us Wolves are doing and we will never eat again!

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