Liz Cheney’s Probably Substitute Says Twitter Suspensions Are ‘Unconstitutional’

US representative Elise Stefanik (R-NY) is most likely the next chairman of the House Republican Conference after the contested Congressman Liz Cheney (R-WY), who has been in this role for the past two years, is quickly kicked out.

House Republicans want Cheney out of leadership for publicly refuting “The Big Lie” and repeatedly stating a simple fact: Donald Trump lost the 2020 presidential election to Joe Biden.

It’s no secret that Cheney is a die-hard conservative and has been her entire life (remember her very public conversations with her sister, a lesbian, about a same-sex marriage?). Stefanik has now cleaned up her right-wing extremist personality Fides. In February, she voted against the LGBTQ Equal Opportunities Act after voting for it in 2019.

But that one fact – that Biden won fair and fair – is enough for the Republican Party to sack a member of Congress (and the daughter of a former GOP vice president) who voted with Trump 92.9% of the time – far more than Stefanik.

But Stefanik fits the bill. Although she has a bachelor’s degree from Harvard and was elected in 2014 at the age of 30, she is the youngest woman ever to be elected to Congress (the Democratic MP Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, also from New York, got that title through her Stefanik Wahl taken at the age of 29) – She plays the role of an ignorant and runaway MAGA acolyte, and Republicans are thrilled.

CNN’s Daniel Dale wrote about Stefanik’s election lies and posted some of them on Twitter.

– Advocated efforts to overthrow the elections
– People “rightly” feared that there were “unprecedented voting irregularities”.
– False claims GA removed voter screening, 140,000 illegal votes in Fulton
– Increased “concerns” about Dominion
– More!

– Daniel Dale (@ ddale8) May 6, 2021

Stefanik is still playing at will, as she did Thursday morning when she lied that Twitter, which is temporarily suspending her communications director (apparently inadvertently corrected within hours), is “unconstitutional” and “tyranny”.


BIG TECH in motion! Twitter just suspended my communications director.

An unconstitutional overreach that silences our voices and free speech.

Republicans are fighting together against the tyranny of big tech.

Millions of Americans are not being silenced!


– Elise Stefanik (@EliseStefanik), May 6, 2021

She was quickly ridiculed.

elise, if you really want to get this right, you have to have a few ‘sad!’ throw in s and so.

– Josh Marshall (@joshtpm) May 6, 2021

Twitter is a private company. How is their action an unconstitutional overreach?

– BKay (@ brunkay27), May 6, 2021

Twitter is a privately owned company, just like the baker you defended, who wouldn’t bake a cake for a gay couple. You know all of this. But be sure to keep throwing red meat at the rabble.

– Sarah Freligh (@sfreligh) May 6, 2021

How is “Congress shouldn’t make a law” so unclear to people?

The constitution restricts the government, not the citizens or their businesses.

– Libertarian Party of Texas (@LPTexas) May 6, 2021

I’m sorry to inform you that the private company’s unconstitutional tyrannical silencing know-how has signed up

– Attorney @ Law (@TheGlare_TM) May 6, 2021

Does anyone else hear the incessant wailing ?!

Oh, that’s right, it’s only time for Elise Stefanik’s daily tantrum.

– Upstaterino (@upstaterino) May 6, 2021

The constitution only binds the government, not the private sector. You’re in Congress, you should know that by now

– Kenneth Heintz (@ktheintz) May 6, 2021

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