Whose version of “The Big Lie” is correct? President Trump’s or Liz Cheney’s (R-WY, temporarily)? His declaration that the election of The Hologram is The Big Lie, or her statement that his claim that the election was stolen is really The Big Lie? Someone’s lying, that’s for sure!
A clue to the answer might be found in Cheney’s political seppuku that is happening before our very eyes:
- On 3 January she “quietly orchestrated a Washington Post op-ed by 10 living former defense secretaries cautioning that then-President Trump might attempt to politicize the military.” That revelation wasn’t made known until 7 May. Given the timing of that op-ed and her vehement anti-Trump statements that began 3 days later, one wonders what she knew about the 6 January riot.
- On 13 January she joined nine other execrable House Republicans “to impeach President Donald Trump for his role in inciting a riot in the U.S. Capitol.”
- On 20 January “Wyoming state Sen. Anthony Bouchard (R) has initiated a 2022 [primary] challenge against Cheney, according to a statement of candidacy filed on Wednesday with the Federal Election Commission.” [The number of her primary challengers is now up to four.]
- On 6 February she was censured by the Wyoming Republican Party for “disregard[ing] the will of Wyoming residents, who overwhelmingly supported Trump.”
- On 3 May in doubling down on her contempt for former President Trump and his public statements calling the election of The Hologram “The Big Lie,” she claimed in a tweet, “The 2020 presidential election was not stolen. Anyone who claims it was is spreading THE BIG LIE, turning their back on the rule of law, and poisoning our democratic system.” [Hold your beer on this until her descent chronology is finished.]
- On 4 May Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (RINO-CA) told Steve Doocy on a hot mic before a live interview on Fox and Friends, “I’ve had it with … I’ve had it with [Cheney]. You know, I’ve lost confidence. … Well, someone just has to bring a motion, but I assume that will probably take place.”
- On 9 May, McCarthy told Maria Bartiromo in a Fox News interview that he officially supported Elise Stefanik (R-NY) as the replacement for Cheney’s House Republican leadership position.
- On 12 May, she was ousted as GOP Conference Chair (the #3 leadership position in the House Republican caucus) in an “overwhelming voice vote.” After the vote, she told reporters that “she will do ‘everything’ she can to ensure Trump ‘never gets anywhere near the Oval Office.’”
Lo, how the mighty have fallen! There are reports that not a single member of the Republican conference spoke in her defense before the vote was taken:
BREAKING: Reports coming in that no one spoke up to defend Liz Cheney before the vote. Not even Kinzinger.
— Petrol Smuggler Poso (@JackPosobiec) May 12, 2021
Glad she finally outed herself as the NeverTrumper that she has always been! Apparently, she is going to keep propagating the Democrat-Media-NeverTrumper lie that the election was “the most secure in history” as part of her plan to keep Donald Trump out of the Oval Office. Will the forensic audits in Arizona and elsewhere finally debunk that lie?
Let us look at the facts and see which definition of “The Big Lie” is the correct one: Trump vs. Cheney.
For starters, here is a more detailed accounting of what Cheney said about “The Big Lie” from CNN (the network that delights in propagating everything that is anti-Trump, including blatant lies):
[Cheney said that] her party cannot accept the “poison” of the idea that the 2020 election was stolen and should not “whitewash” the January 6 Capitol riot — and Donald Trump’s role in fomenting it.
“We can’t embrace the notion the election is stolen. It’s a poison in the bloodstream of our democracy,” Cheney said, speaking behind closed doors at a conference in Sea Island, Georgia. “We can’t whitewash what happened on January 6 or perpetuate Trump’s big lie. It is a threat to democracy. What he did on January 6 is a line that cannot be crossed.”
Cheney made her comments, confirmed to CNN by two people in the room, during an off-the-record interview with former House Speaker Paul Ryan before a crowd of donors and scholars at the annual retreat for the American Enterprise Institute, a conservative think tank.
Two quick observations: (1) Cheney was speaking to the ultimate RINO/NeverTrumper in Paul Ryan, which confirms where her political allegiances lie, and (2) the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) is a nonprofit think tank that is the home of neoconservatism, which is the ideology that has backed “endless wars” in the Middle East for at least the last three decades. Liz Cheney has been vocal in support of what the Left refers to as “wars of aggression,” which puts her at odds with the Trump peace diplomacy manifested in the successful Abraham Accords.
Cheney claims that The Big Lie is that the election was stolen by the Democrats. Is she willfully blind or cynically lying by ignoring the evidence of election irregularities that continues to mount? There are mountains of sworn affidavits, sworn testimony in various state hearings, dozens of election analysis reports detailing irregularities, a number of incriminating videos, and audits underway in Maricopa County (AZ) and soon to be elsewhere.
It doesn’t take a great deal of investigative journalism to find, read, and report on various independent analyses of election irregularities in several swing states. Even I have poured over a few of those and summarized them here, here, here, here, here, and here. The conclusions reached in those reports are astounding, some of which are listed here:
- Biden’s vote totals in the four Pennsylvania counties – three of which were Republican-leaning – were 1.24 to 1.43 times greater than the totals for Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama in prior elections.
- There were ten Pennsylvania counties in which Biden received excess votes above the Democrat totals in three prior presidential elections.
- Time series plots of election data in two Michigan counties show that the 2020 Biden and Trump plots track at almost exactly the same proportionality—a statistical impossibility without direct data manipulation (machine manipulation of vote totals).
- In Pennsylvania, only 453 write-in votes were received by mail-in ballot out of 2.6 million mail-in ballots cast (a statistical impossibility compared to prior elections); in addition, Jo Jorgenson, the Libertarian candidate for president, received ~20,000 votes fewer than down-ballot Libertarian candidates while Howie Hawkins, the Green Party presidential candidate, received ~34,000 fewer votes than down-ballot Green candidates (both are improbabilities that indicate vote shifting took place).
- In Pennsylvania, vote switching analysis determined that ~64,000 absentee ballot votes were switched from Trump to Biden through the adjudication process; in addition, ~80,000 election day votes were also switched from Trump to Biden.
- In Wisconsin, the 2020 Green Party presidential candidate received only 1,089 write-in votes compared to the 31,072 votes received by the 2016 Green Party candidate (a highly unlikely occurrence); those “missing” Green Party votes were likely shifted to Biden during the adjudication process.
- In Wisconsin, there were ~132,000 fewer write-in and minor party ballots cast in 2020 than in 2016 (a highly unlikely probability); those votes were likely shifted to Biden during the adjudication process.
- A contrast analysis identified several states in which positive contrasts for Biden could not be easily explained by population increases in those states; also, the ten states with the largest positive contrasts provided 3± million more votes for Biden than they did for Clinton (all irregularities warranting further detailed investigation/audits).
- In Georgia, the decline in the write-in votes from 2016 to 2020 (~20,000) was greater than Biden’s margin of victory (~12,600) in 2020 (a statistical improbability).
- In Arizona, Trump’s victory margin in 2016 was 91,234 votes, but in 2020, the margin was almost completely erased by the decline in minor party votes from 2016 (89,207) (highly suspicious).
- In Arizona, the 2020 Biden victory margin was less than the decline in write-in votes from 2016; Biden won the state by approximately 10,000 votes while the number of write-in votes declined by nearly 17,000 (highly suspicious).
- In Arizona, two early voter dumps totaled more votes than were officially cast in Maricopa County without including same-day and late-arriving absentee ballots cast (a statistical impossibility).
And there are a number of other analyses and reports that I have not covered that have compiled shocking evidence of election irregularities – certainly enough to warrant real audits. Here is a list from a US Election Integrity Recommendations Report (to which your correspondent also contributed):
a) The Nevada Report by attorney Jesse Binnall
c) A study about absentee ballots by Dr. John Lott
d) Steve Cortes: The Statistical Case Against Biden’s Win
e) Voter Registration Trends by Seth Keshel
f) A good video as to why vote recounts do not resolve some types of fraud
g) A lawyer’s inside report about what transpired in Wisconsin
h) 2020 Election Irregularities (details on four categories)
Then there is this amazing new report detailing the subversion of the Election Management System in Antrim County, Michigan.
Are you getting the picture yet that the Democrat-media complex has been lying about “the most secure election in history”? Literally NONE of the vaunted “investigative journalists” in the legacy media (in reality, paid agit-prop purveyors for the Democrat Party) have looked at any of these reports other than to summarily dismiss them as kook bait and the stuff of which conspiracy theories are made. And they cannot explain the irregularities or simply wish them away.
Why can’t the likes of Liz Cheney (and other liars) read those analyses and reports – or at least detail one of her staffers to do so and then summarize them for her? Either she is clueless about them, or she knows the truth and is lying because her Uniparty purpose is to defeat and destroy Donald Trump (along with our constitutional Republic).
The clock is ticking on Cheney’s version of “The Big Lie.” Its sell-by date will have been reached when the results of the Maricopa County forensic audit are made public. And once again, another of President Trump’s bold statements will have been proven to be the truth: “The Big Lie” was the election by which The Hologram was “certified” as president.