Apart from Cheney's vote for the second impeachment before an investigation was conducted and, now, her participation in the January 6 Committee when Nancy Pelosi refused the GOPs the opportunity to designate members of their own choosing, I admire Cheney. My own ideology matches hers as much as anyone's. Obviously, I don't share her adoration for the Swamp.
Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna McDaniel also worked behind the scenes with David Bossie, a top Trump ally, to author and push a resolution that attacked Cheney’s work on the committee, called her a “destructive” force in the GOP and vowed the party would no longer support her.
"We’ve had two members engage in a Democrat-led persecution of ordinary citizens who engaged in legitimate political discourse. This has gone beyond their original intent. They are not sticking up for hard-working Republicans,” McDaniel said in a joint interview with Bossie at a Salt Lake City hotel where the party is holding its winter meeting.
Bossie called it a “one-two punch” against Cheney that signaled a message from the GOP at the state and national levels.
This is a clear signal that OrangeMan still carries Teddy Roosevelt's big stick among GOPs.