Embattled, pouty US Representative Liz Cheney (R-WY), whose nickname is Daddys Girl, is throwing a tantrum over not getting her way with the January 6 Select Committee because she didnt understand the roles of sitting House member was different from the Department of Justice (DOJ). Nor did she understand that Capitol Hill was not really her private dress-up kingdom, even if her cohorts try to convince her otherwise.
Daddy Cheney, the leader of the House Royal Family- her knight in shining armor- had the royal signet- from the royal family of the Military-Industrial Complex- Haliburton, is the reason Liz was socially promoted among the ranks of the GOP into power that she isnt capable of grasping or applying properly.
Daddy Cheney must have forgotten to explain government roles to his little princess.
Court Jesters in the extended royal household, many who are the silent Harlequin players on the operatic committee, have encouraged the little Princess Cheney to be the mouthpiece of their latest clown show in Washington DC.
So Princess Cheney ran off to the peasantry class and started talking about criminal charges against their nemesis President Donald J. Trump- showing off a little too much for even the corrupted court.
Recently, another member of the nobility of Washington DC, the royal regent of poverty-stricken Mississippi, and an elite member of the privileged class- gave Princess Cheney a spanking over it.
Some court intrigue began; like a bug-eyed thespian and resident poet, US House Rep. Adam Schiff- who is opposed to telling the truth while in government service, made his infamous case-once again- that the little peasants should never be allowed to close their ruler- because that ruler may try to change the script.
And how dare they!
His campaign manager knew he lost. His attorney general knew he lost. His top advisers knew he lost. His legal team knew he lost. His daughter knew he lost.
And Trump knew it too.
Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff) June 13, 2022 Schiff has encouraged the entire retinue to use the Speech and Debate Clause of the US Constitution as a cloak of protection from the little people of the Kingdom.
We can almost hear him saying, who cares if it is true or not just say it and get some drama.
Daddy Cheney may not have told his sweet little girl that there are secrets to protect her from the consequences of lying to the little ordinary American people- indeed. Still, she may be on a wild odyssey to find protection when tampering with evidence.
And so go our story of the perils of Daddys Girl in a grown-up girl position. No one knows the outcome of her playground games yet.
At least one person outside the kingdom gate is calling her out, though.
Does Liz Cheney get referred to DOJ for testifying falsely before the committee? Jason Miller Says Cheney Deceptively Edited Testimony for Jan 6 Hearing, Bernard Kerrik posted, responding to the opening of the drama on nation TV, on Tuesday.
This is what we know:
Cheney is frustrated over the decision to not make a criminal referral to the Department of Justice for former President Donald Trump, because she had promised her kingdom that her decision, as one of the two RINOS on the Committee, would be golden.
But she was wrong. She didnt speak her drama into existence- she doesnt actually have that power.
The chairman of the committee, Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS), was asked by a reporter if the committee would be sending criminal referrals for the former president or others, and he responded by saying the committee does not have that authority, CNN reported. Check this out:
Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS), chair of the Jan 6 Committee, said Mon evening there would be no criminal referrals of former President Donald Trump or anyone else to the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) promptly disagreed in public.
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Gretchen Smith (@cov_Gretchen) June 14, 2022 No, you know, were going to tell the facts. If the Department of Justice looks at it and assumes that theres something that needs further review, Im sure theyll do it, he said.
He was asked again and explained, No, thats not our job. Our job is to look at the facts and circumstances around January 6, what caused it, and make recommendations after that.
This was not what Rep. Cheney and other members of the committee wanted to hear.
The January 6th Select Committee has not issued a conclusion regarding potential criminal referrals. We will announce a decision on that at an appropriate time, the representative said in a tweet, but she was corrected.
But a spokesperson for the committee spoke to CNN and said, the Select Committee has no authority to prosecute individuals, but is rather tasked with developing the facts surrounding the January 6th riot at the Capitol. Right now, the committee is focused on presenting our findings to the American people in our hearings and in our report. Our investigation is ongoing and we will continue to gather all relevant information as we present facts, offer recommendations and, if warranted, make criminal referrals.
Democrat California Rep. Adam Schiff spoke to CNN on Monday and appeared to be stunned by the comments.
You know, I havent seen the chairmans statements, he said. We havent had a discussion about that, so I dont know that the committee has reached a position on whether we make a referral or what the referrals might be. I thought we were deferring that decision until we concluded our investigation. At least thats my understanding.
Our committee has yet to vote on whether we will recommend criminal referrals to the Department of Justice. If criminal activity occurred, it is our responsibility to report that activity to the DOJ, Rep. Elaine Luria said.
But Rep. Thompson said there will not be a formal criminal referral and said the Department of Justice has to decide for itself, Carmine Sabia reported for Conservative Brief.
Its a public document. Anybody can have access to it. And if they want, after reviewing it, to come back and ask to talk to some of the staff or the members who helped produce the report, Im sure they will, he said.
Attorney General Merrick garland said that he is watching the hearings.
I am watching, and I will be watching all the hearings, although I may not be able to watch all of it live, he said. But I will be sure that I am watching all of it. And I can assure you that the January 6 prosecutors are watching all of the hearings as well.
But Rep. Cheney may have bigger issues as it appears she will not be back in the House of Representatives in 2023. Her opponent Harriet Hageman is leading in numerous polls.
Adding to Cheneys troubles, even fewer Wyoming Republicans had a favorable view of her only 26 percent, with 73 percent viewing her unfavorably.