MSNBC: Liz Cheney Targeting ‘Trumpism’ Like Her Father Targeted Terrorism

MSNBC host Nicole Wallace compared RINO Rep. Liz Cheney’s (R-WY) views on “the existential threat of Trumpism” to the threat posed by radical Islamic terrorism following the 9/11 attacks, even bringing up the congresswoman’s father, former Vice President Dick Cheney.

Wallace made the insane comparison during a segment of her show, “Deadline: White House,” discussing the House select committee investigating the January 6 Capitol riot, which Cheney is one of only two “Republican” members. The other so-called Republican on the committee is Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) — another RINO (Republican in Name Only) who, like Cheney, appears to have a personal vendetta against former President Donald Trump.

“One of the things I think about all the time is Liz Cheney’s view of the existential threat of Trumpism as representing flashing red, danger to our democracy,” the MSNBC host said. “I worked with her in the days and months and years after 9/11. It is the same way she talked about, and frankly her father talked about, the threat the homeland faced after 9/11.”

“She views Trump as an existential danger to our democracy,” Wallace added, before turning the conversation over to NBC News presidential historian Michael Beschloss.

Beschloss replied that Cheney’s role “makes a huge difference,” then went on to agree that the former president is a “danger to democracy.” The so-called ‘presidential historian’ then thanked God for Cheney.

“I have thought that Donald Trump was a potential danger to democracy and each year that passed, I was more convinced that he was. And thank God for Liz Cheney who basically may have sacrificed her elected political career in order to be one of the rare Republican leaders that is standing up and saying this guy is no conservative,” Beschloss said.

“He is a radical threat to democratic institutions. That’s a radical. That’s a revolutionary. That’s a threat to America, there’s nothing conservative about that,” he added.

Wallace appeared to claim earlier this month that ‘an important part’ of the GOP base is made up of ‘domestic violent extremists.’