LEAKED AUDIO Exposes McCarthy & Liz Cheney Trying To Remove Trump From Office

Kevin McCarthy is the snake in the grass that I have been telling you about for years. If you want President Trump to run and win again, you must insist that any candidate for the House you intend to vote for commits to dumping McCarthy. And he is a liar as well and we already have enough of those in the Democratic Party, we don’t need them in ours.

When the New York Times story broke on Thursday, McCarthy’s spokesman Mark Bednar refuted them, saying, “McCarthy never said he’d call Trump to say he should resign.” McCarthy also addressed the story, saying that the claims about the conversation were false. Of course, that was before the audio leaked. And lo and behold, McCarthy did say those very things to Liz Cheney. Now, we know why McCarthy has refused to punish Cheney, and it’s because they are on the same side as Nancy Pelosi, Adam Schiff, and Eric Swalwell.

In the phone call not only did McCarthy say that he would tell Trump to reign, but that Facebook and Twitter should ban all Republicans who claim the 2020 election was stolen. Rather, the Republican party should ban Kevin McCarthy. He cannot be trusted and he will never work for the American people. He would just be another John Boehner or Paul Ryan. That’s the last thing we need.

And while we are at it, let’s dump Mitch “Schumer’s Bi*#ch” McConnell. McConnell has just doled out $7 million from his PAC to get Super RINO Lisa Murkowski reelected. He is the best friend Democrats have ever had.

In a leaked recording of Kevin McCarthy on a call with Liz Cheney and other House Republicans, the Minority Leader told Cheney that he would counsel Trump to resign back on January 10, 2021.

“I think [impeachment resolutions] will pass, and it would be my recommendation you should resign,” McCarthy said he would tell Trump before further adding, “what he did is unacceptable. Nobody can defend that and nobody should defend it.”

Liz Cheney had pressed McCarthy about whether Trump could possibly choose to resign on his own: “Is there any chance? Are you hearing that he might resign? Is there any reason to think that might happen?”

McCarthy then admitted that this was a topic he has “had a few discussions” about with others. “My gut tells me no,” he said. “I’m seriously thinking of having that conversation with him tonight Um, from what I know of him, I mean you guys all know him too, do you think he’d ever back away? But what I think I’m going to do, is I’m going to call him.”

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