Liz Cheney Urges Supreme Court On Trump Immunity

Former U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney continues her war on Donald Trump with admonitions to the Supreme Court regarding the former president’s immunity claims.

Trump’s legal team has oral arguments before the Supreme Court on April 25 for the case involving his claims of presidential immunity in connection with the events of Jan. 6, 2021.

Speaking at a Drake University event, the disgraced Republican In Name Only (RINO) said about Trump: “I think it’s very important that the Supreme Court recognizes what he’s doing is a delaying tactic.”

Incredibly, she stated that if the Supreme Court delays making a decision on the case, it would amount to “suppression of evidence.”

The phrase that seems to best apply to the ex-congresswoman is “the pot calling the kettle black.” This is because Cheney’s role in suppressing exculpatory evidence for Trump during the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol (J6 Committee) is well documented.

Several key people testified that Trump offered a robust National Guard mobilization for Washington, D.C., which Mayor Muriel Bowser turned down. This testimony was excluded from the investigation’s final report and was hidden from the public. Former Rep. Cheney was the main driver for the Committee’s activities and played a major role in hiding the transcripts.

Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) uncovered the hidden testimony containing the exonerating evidence earlier this month.

Cheney’s statement from the Drake speech could be a word-for-word description of the J6 Committee’s burial of evidence. “The American people have a right to see that evidence, and the court ought to recognize that.”

Her real purpose is the same as that of most Marxist Democrats, namely obtaining a conviction before the November election. Her own words betray that agenda: “It cannot be the case that a president of the United States can attempt to overturn an election and seize power and that our justice system is incapable of holding a trial and holding him to account before the next election.”

Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS) is a disease afflicting most Democrats, but RINOs such as Liz Cheney and Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) are susceptible as well.

Liz Cheney had been a three-term Congresswoman for Wyoming’s at-large seat before losing a primary election in 2022 to Harriet Hageman (R-WY), the current seat holder. She was ousted following her vote to impeach Trump after the events of January 6, 2021. The race was not even close with Hageman handily defeating Cheney with 65% of the vote.