Cheney refuses to let her career die.
On Monday (February 20), former Congresswoman Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) took to Twitter to call out Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s (R-GA.) suggestion of a “national divorce” as “unconstitutional.”
Cheney responded to Greene’s comments suggesting GOP-led states separate from Democrat states, reminding Greene that the U.S. “is governed by the Constitution,” which the Georgia Republican “swore an oath to support and defend.”
Cheney emphasized that “Secession is unconstitutional” and shouldn’t be advocated by members of Congress.
Greene caused a furor when she suggested blue and red states separate and the federal government be downsized earlier on Monday.
She added that the GOP had enough of the “sick and disgusting woke culture issues shoved down our throats” to the so-called “America Last policies,” which she called “traitorous.”
In 2021, Greene also mentioned a “national divorce” when she said Democrats had ruined California and shouldn’t be allowed to do the same in Florida.
At the time she advocated for the “national divorce,” she asserted, “Brainwashed people that move from [California] and [New York] really need a cooling off period.”
The Georgia Republican’s call for a national divorce followed criticism she posted on Twitter about President Joe Biden’s unannounced trip to Ukraine.
She lambasted Biden for not visiting East Palestine, Ohio, the site of the dangerous train derailment, and opting to visit a “NON-NATO nation” that has a “leader [who] is an actor and is apparently now commanding our United States military to world war.”
She then called on Biden’s impeachment, saying it was time to file articles on impeachment on “this America Last fool before it’s too late.”