Liz Cheney was ‘cock sure’ that she would be able to defeat Trump as she posted in 2021 when she said, “Bring it”.
Here’s a sound bite for you: Bring it. pic.twitter.com/VmET1JUs12
— Liz Cheney (@Liz_Cheney) September 9, 2021
After Tuesday’s historic defeat by a Trump-endorsed candidate- it looks like Trump did more than bring it.
What the RINOS and Democrats didn’t expect, because they refuse to accept the reality of Trump’s ironclad popularity with the American people, is that his supporters would rally to Trump’s side after the FBI raid of Mar-a-Lago, and actually be more determined to see him gain the White House again in 2024.
One of Donald J. Trump’s most devious opponents, Republican Mike Pence, who served deceitfully as MAGA-world’s vice president, made an appearance at an event called, Politics & Eggs in New Hampshire, and there Pence teased out that he was ready to testify to the corrupt Jan. 6th House committee, hinting that he would be willing to publically betray Trump and Trump’s supporters one more time.
That is the same Jan. 6th disaster that has actually helped Trump’s approval ratings by 4%, according to polls with the American people, and that was a catalyst to demolishing the political opponent, US Rep. Liz Cheney, who is the third highest ranking Republican in DC.
‘If there was an invitation to participate, I would consider it,’ Pence said, hinting that he wanted to be invited to the RINO party in DC again.
Former Vice President Mike Pence when asked if he would cooperate if the January 6th committee called on him to testify:
“If there was an invitation to participate, I would consider it.” pic.twitter.com/y9NFrHwYtf
— The Recount (@therecount) August 17, 2022
It is as if Pence is trying to demolish his own career to help Cheney feel better.
At the New Hampshire event, Pence also pushed for the Biden FBI to release full details of the brazen raid on Trump’s Florida home, last week.
Pence’s creepy comments come after Cheney had an epic primary loss in Wyoming after defying Trump.
The Daily Mail reported on Pence’s bitter, nasty move after Cheney lost and Trump was victorious:
“Mike Pence on Wednesday did not rule out testifying before the House January 6 Committee, which has focused its inquiry on key aspects of Donald Trump’s election overturn effort involving the former vice president.
His comment came hours after House Jan. 6th Committee vice chair Rep. Liz Cheney lost her primary in Wyoming after defying Trump and voting to impeach him.
It also comes after the FBI raided Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home in search of additional classified documents after Trump returned 15 boxes of material to the government after leaving office.
That event helped drive a series of Republican officeholders to Trump’s side while blasting FBI tactics, in an event that some observers said would help the former president fend off challengers from within the party he has bent to his image.
The fact that Pence chose to make the remarks in New Hampshire, the first-in-the-nation primary state, is a signal to many that Pence still thinks that he can beat Trump.
Perhaps the plan is to try to damage Trump and keep him from running first.
“He once again sought to find ways to avoid directly criticizing Trump while still pointing to a new path,” The Daily Mail reported.
‘I came here today not to look backwards but to look forwards, because elections are about the future,’ said.
‘We need to do more than criticize and complain, we need to unite our movement around a bold, optimistic agenda that will give solutions for the American people,’ Pence added.
Pence aides have spent months negotiating with the committee, and several, including former chief of staff Marc Short, spoke to the panel themselves.
RINOS and the left believe that Pence speaking to the committee would really devastate Trump, because of Pence’s unique ability to speak about Trump’s actions, which they say was a pressure campaign to try to get him to refuse to accept votes certified by states.
The Daily Mail went on:
Other witnesses testified about dramatic confrontations inside the White House where Trump advisors claimed that Pence had the authority while presiding over the counting of electoral votes Jan. 6th to unilaterally decline to accept votes certified by states that went for Joe Biden.
Pence’s comment received multiple hedges about appearing before a panel that subpoenaed many former Trump associates but has engaged in arm’s length negotiations with Pence’s team.
“You’ve heard me mention the Constitution a few times this morning,’ he said. ‘Under the Constitution, we have three coequal branches of government. Any invitation directed at me, I’d have to reflect on the unique role I was serving in as Vice President. It would be unprecedented in history for a VP to be summoned to testify on Capitol Hill.’
Pence also once again spoke about the dramatic FBI raid at Mar-a-Lago, which has drawn a series of condemnations by top Republicans.
‘It’s fairly well known that President Trump and I have had our differences,’ he said, adding that he would ‘continue to call’ for Attorney General Merrick Garland to make more information available.
The government told a court that the affidavits justifying the search should remain under seal for the protection of witnesses and its ongoing investigation. Trump has demanded its release.