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Liz Cheney’s Controversial Move: Using Navalny’s Death to Target Trump

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Liz Cheney, a former representative of the United States, did what she does best: regurgitated anti-Trump talking points on Sunday morning news. In this episode, she followed the same script as her peers, exploiting the tragic death of Russian dissident Alexei Navalny to attack conservatives who don’t support continuing aid to Ukraine.

Cheney spoke on CNN’s State of the Union about several issues relating to Ukraine and Russia. She insisted House Speaker Mike Johnson, R-LA, should bring the House back to session to vote for sending billions of dollars more to Ukraine.

Cheney said, “He should understand that it’s worth it to him if he loses his position as speaker to ensure that freedom is preserved and that the United States of America can continue to be a leader in the world.”

Johnson, who was expelled from the House of Representatives during the midterm elections in 2022 due to her obsession with “Orange Man What is Bad(tm),” argued further that she was following the orders of former president Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

He’ll have to explain in the future to his children and grandchildren whether or not it was right to continue down this path of cowardice, doing what Donald Trump, and Vladimir Putin, wanted him to.

Cheney then turned to her favorite subject: Trump.

She screamed:

If you consider Donald Trump’s retribution pledges, then what Vladimir Putin did against Navalny is what retribution in a nation where the leader does not have to obey the law looks like. I believe that we should take Donald Trump seriously.

The former lawmaker claimed that there was a “Putin Wing” within the Republican Party and warned against these individuals gaining power.

Cheney said,

The extent to which the Republican Party has become a Putin-wing is something we must take very seriously. I think the main issue in this election cycle will be to ensure that the Putin wing of the Republican Party doesn’t take over the West Wing at the White House.

Cheney’s comments were similar to those made by other hard-leftists who have used Navalny’s death cynically to demonize anyone who is not in favor of sending unlimited military aid to Ukraine. This is an outrageous attempt to compare those who hold these views with a dictatorial leader such as Vladimir Putin. It will not surprise us to see Cheney and his ilk continue to use a man’s life to score cheap political points as Congress deals with the Ukraine issue.

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