Flooded with calls and emails from Republicans throughout the state of Wyoming, the residents of the state are furious over her decision to endorse—and ultimately vote for—the impeachment of President Trump. She was voted into office to represent the citizens of her district. Cheney has clearly gone rogue based on the outcry and anger by the people she is supposed to represent. Here are few sample tweets with articles which vehemently shows how many feel betrayed by Cheney’s actions.



Cheney is not the lone Republican representative to go against the party and vote for President Trump to be impeached. Here is the list of the ten representatives (including Cheney) who voted “Yes” for impeachment of President Trump:

House Republicans who voted for impeachment:

  • Rep. Tom Rice (R-S.C.): "I have backed this President through thick and thin for four years. I campaigned for him and voted for him twice. But, this utter failure is inexcusable."

  • Rep. David Valadao (R-Calif.): "President Trump was, without question, a driving force in the catastrophic events that took place on January 6 by encouraging masses of rioters to incite violence on elected officials, staff members, and our representative democracy as a whole."

  • Rep. Anthony Gonzalez (R-OH): "The President of the United States helped organize and incite a mob that attacked the United States Congress in an attempt to prevent us from completing our solemn duties as prescribed by the Constitution. In doing so, five people have died..."

  • Rep. Peter Meijer (R-Mich) commended courage from police officers and members of Congress and said: "There was no such courage from our President who betrayed and misled millions with claims of a 'stolen election' and encouraged loyalists that 'if you don't fight like hell you're not going to have a country anymore.'"

  • Rep. Dan Newhouse (R-Wash.): "A vote against this impeachment is a vote to validate the unacceptable violence we witnessed in our nation's capital. It is also a vote to condone President Trump's inaction ... Our country needed a leader, and President Trump failed to fulfill his oath of office. I will vote yes on the articles of impeachment."

  • Rep. Jaime Herrera-Beutler (R-Wash.): "The President of the United States incited a riot aiming to halt the peaceful transfer of power from one administration to the next. That riot led to five deaths. ... Hours went by before the president did anything meaningful to stop the attack."

  • Rep. Fred Upton (R-Mich.): "The Congress must hold President Trump to account and send a clear message that our country cannot and will not tolerate any effort by any President to impede the peaceful transfer of power from one President to the next. Thus, I will vote to impeach."

  • Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY): "The President of the United States summoned his mob, assembled the mob, and lit the flame of this attack. Everything that followed was his doing. ... There has never been a greater betrayal by a President of the United States of his office and his oath to the Constitution. I will vote to impeach the President."

  • Rep. John Katko (R-N.Y.): “To allow the president of the United States to incite this attack without consequence is a direct threat to the future of our democracy. For that reason, I cannot sit by without taking action. I will vote to impeach this president."

  • Rep. Adam Kinzinger (Ill.): "There is no doubt in my mind that the president broke his oath of office and incited this insurrection...I will vote in favor of impeachment."

Names and Quotes from Axios article dated 1/13/21


Cheney is receiving the bulk of the heat because she is considered a leader in the GOP party, holding the title of Republican Conference Chair. Let’s face it, the entire impeachment of President Trump has been the goal of Democrats since he was sworn into office. What occurred at the Capitol January 6, 2021, was inexcusable and unacceptable. Emotions are still running high for so many Americans, it is difficult to imagine the fear and anger by those who were attacked by a mob of disgruntled citizens. To hold a rush vote to remove President Trump from office (with less than a week remaining in his term), and preventing him from ever returning, is a knee-jerk reaction to the traumatization the House Representatives faced.


There were no witnesses called. No interviewing the President to get his version of the story. No review of those arrested to determine who they were associated with and if the events that transpired were a planned act prior to the President’s address. As time goes by, more and more facts will be slowly released.

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Set aside the news and the seriousness of everyday life for a second and enjoy a laugh or two at the expense of the internet! Here is a collection of the funniest things that we saw on Al Gore's internet today, January 13th, 2021.











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If you arrived in Congress before the movie the Exorcist was released, it may be time to retire. (Don Young, R-AK, 1973.)


If you arrived in Congress before the first IBM-PC was invented, it may be time to retire. ( Hal Rogers, R-KY and Chris Smith, R-NJ, 1981.)


If you arrived in Congress before the CD-player was invented, it may be time to retire.

If you arrived in Congress when Windows 3.1 was the operating system, it may be time to retire.

If you arrived in Congress when gas was less than $0.90 a gallon, it may be time to retire.

You may be catching on to the theme here... They should all be retired.


According to Business Insider, a 2019 report from the executive-staffing firm Crist Kolder Associates said CEOs' average age at the time of hiring for Fortune 500 and S&P 500 companies rose sharply to 58 years old from 54 between 2018 and 2019. The most common age for a CEO to be hired at is 57 years old, the report said.



We find it ironic that the age to start collecting Social Security is 62 and yet in the House of Representatives there are one hundred and forty one (141) elected officials who are over the age of 65. Sixty-six of them are in their 70s. Twelve are in their 80s. When you flip to the Senate there are 50 Senators who are over the age of 65 and more than half of them are pushing 70+.


This isn't an exercise in age shaming as much as it's a reflection of something deeply troubling about our current system of electing our Representatives and Senators.


There are many things that the Left and the Right have to argue about but the amount of time any one person can represent us should be high on the priority list of things we can unite on. A potential olive branch in President-elect Joe Biden's make-believe call for unity and an immediate answer to these worthless politicians who are owned by life-long lobbyists in D.C. could just be to term limit all of them.


If it's good enough for the President of the United States it should be good enough for Congress too.

Would you be opposed to term limits for Congress?

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