What Liz Cheney just said at the Reagan Library will make your blood boil

Ronald Reagan popularized the so-called “Eleventh Commandment,” which states “Thou shalt not speak ill of another Republican.”

And even though Reagan did not come up with the idea of the “Eleventh Commandment,” it has nonetheless become part of his historical and political legacy.

But what Liz Cheney just said at the Reagan Library will make your blood boil.

Bad polls and worse politics

Ever since Representative Cheney joined Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats to impeach President Trump, her electoral headaches have only gotten worse and worse.

Since December 2021, Congresswoman Cheney has consistently been polling behind her Trump-endorsed primary challenger Harriet Hageman.

But as if that wasn’t bad enough, she’s been censured and kicked out of the Wyoming Republican Party.

And she also lost her leadership position as House Republican Conference Chair.

Things have gotten so bad for Liz Cheney that her campaign sent direct mailers to Wyoming Democrats begging them to switch parties and vote for her in Wyoming’s August primary.

But that’s not all that Liz Cheney has done to court potential Democrat voters.

On top of voting to impeach President Trump, she’s frequently gone on fake news channels like MSNBC and CNN to bash Republicans, she is helping Nancy Pelosi run her January 6 Committee witch hunt, and she supported Congress’ latest gun-grabbing bill.

And the speech she recently gave at the Reagan Presidential Library was such a disgrace to memory and legacy of the late President that it had to be yet another attempt to woo Democrats.

The rantings and ravings of a RINO

Rep. Cheney began her “speech” by attacking her favorite target President Trump, which is in clear violation of Reagan’s “Eleventh Commandment.”

The Wyoming Congresswoman said, “At this moment, we are confronting a domestic threat that we have never faced before. And that is a former President who is attempting to unravel the foundations of our Constitutional Republic, aided by Republican leaders and elected officials who have made themselves willing hostages to this dangerous and irrational man.”

As if that wasn’t bad enough, Rep. Cheney continued her angry diatribe against President Trump by saying, “The reality that we face today as Republicans, as we think about the choice in front of us, we have to choose because Republicans cannot both be loyal to Donald Trump and loyal to the Constitution.”

Then, in a clear attempt to pander to Democrats and boost her feminist credentials, Cheney moved on to talk about January 6 and how women are the only ones who can truly understand the dangerous place America’s democracy finds itself in.

“Young women who seem instinctively to understand the peril of this moment for democracy. Young women who know that it will be up to them to save it. And I have been incredibly moved by the young women that I have met and that have come forward to testify in the January 6 committee,” Congresswoman Cheney said.

Liz Cheney then concluded her feminist rant by saying, “Let me also say this to the little girls and the young women who are watching tonight: these days, for the most part, men are running the world and it is really not going that well.” 

So in one speech, Congresswoman Liz Cheney not only repeated and flagrantly violated Reagan’s “Eleventh Commandment,” but also found time to bash men in the library of a famous male President.

The speech itself was so tone-deaf that one has to wonder if either Rep. Cheney truly did write it to attract liberal votes or if she is just that bad at reading the room. 

Only time will tell if Cheney’s latest political stunts will be enough to save her job.

But what is becoming abundantly clear is that Liz Cheney is very afraid of Harriet Hageman.

US Political Daily will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.