Liz Cheney melted down after Mike Pence told her these three words

RINO Liz Cheney thought that she finally had Donald Trump.

She was hit with a nasty surprise that she never saw coming.

And Liz Cheney melted down after Mike Pence told her these three words.

The clock is ticking on RINO Rep. Liz Cheney’s (R-WY) career in Congress after Wyoming voters overwhelmingly rejected her in the state’s Republican Congressional Primary.

Rep. Cheney is obsessed with trying to use Democrats’ sham January 6 Committee to take down former President Donald Trump during her waning days in Congress.

Former Vice President Mike Pence had a falling out with Trump over his role in handling the certification of the Electoral College vote after the 2020 Presidential election.

With a frosty relationship between Trump and Pence, Democrats hoped that would open the door to Pence testifying before the January 6 Committee.

Earlier this year, Pence left the door open to testifying before the January 6 Committee.

“If there was an invitation to participate, I would consider it,” Pence said.

Pence would have been the highest profile figure from the Trump administration to testify before Democrats’ partisan witch hunt.

Now, during an interview with CBS News, Pence has told host Margaret Brennan that he’s “closing the door” on testifying before the January 6 Committee.

Rep. Cheney and her Democrat friends on the Committee hoped that Pence’s testimony would produce a bombshell revelation to damage Trump’s third Presidential bid.

“But Congress has no right to my testimony,” Pence told CBS. “We have a separation of powers under the Constitution of the United States. And I believe it would establish a terrible precedent for the Congress to summon a Vice President of the United States to speak about deliberations that took place at the White House.”

Pence said Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) Committee was a political show trial, but didn’t dismiss the idea of further investigations into January 6. 

“But I must say again, the partisan nature of the January 6 Committee has been a disappointment to me,” Pence said. “It seemed to me in the beginning, there was an opportunity to examine every aspect of what happened on January 6, and to do so more in the spirit of the 9/11 Commission, nonpartisan, nonpolitical, and that was an opportunity lost.”

Top aides to Pence, like his former Chief of Staff Marc Short and legal counsel Greg Jacob, have already testified before the January 6 Committee.

“I never stood in the way of senior members of my team cooperating with the committee and testifying,” Pence said.

Pence’s decision to stonewall the January 6 Committee comes amidst growing speculation that he’s going to challenge his former boss for the Republican Presidential nomination.

He spoke at the annual Republican Jewish Coalilition’s 2022 leadership meeting with other potential Presidential hopefuls, like Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley.

Testifying before the January 6 Committee would have been the end of Pence’s potential longshot Presidential bid.

Mike Pence refusing to testify is one last humiliating defeat for Liz Cheney as her time in Congress finally comes to a close. 

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