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Liz Cheney: Trump should respect ‘the sanctity of our electoral process’

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Many Republicans are predictably abandoning President Trump, even before the legal process is complete. Republicans such as Liz Cheney, Pat Toomey and others need to understand that they are going to pay a big price at the ballot box for betraying President Trump. Just like Fox News has paid a big price in the ratings for betraying President Trump on election night.

Liz Cheney exemplifies the Republican Party pre-Trump: weak, cowardly, timid, and disloyal. A party that was incapable of winning national elections. Stay the course, Mr. President. We got your back.

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Liz Cheney: Trump should respect ‘the sanctity of our electoral process’

By Politico, November 22, 2020

Liz Cheney on Saturday urged President Donald Trump to respect “the sanctity of our electoral process” if he cannot prove his voter fraud claims.

“America is governed by the rule of law,” the chair of the House Republican Conference said in a statement. “The President and his lawyers have made claims of criminality and widespread fraud, which they allege could impact election results. If they have genuine evidence of this, they are obligated to present it immediately in court and to the American people.”

“There is a right way and a wrong way to compile the evidence and mount legal challenges in our courts,” the Maine senator said. “The wrong way is to attempt to pressure state election officials. That undermines the public’s faith in our election results without evidence and court rulings to support the allegations.”

Yet, the number of congressional Republicans willing to go against Trump or his base remains small. Tennessee Sen. Marsha Blackburn — a staunch Trump ally — backpedaled after referring to Biden as “president-elect” in an interview with ABC News on Friday. Her office later told The Tennessean that she “misspoke.”

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