'You're irrelevant': Internet slams Rep Liz Cheney as she calls Donald Trump 'enemy of the constitution'

'You're irrelevant': Internet slams Rep Liz Cheney as she calls Donald Trump 'enemy of the constitution'
Liz Cheney (L) slams former POTUS Donald Trump (R) (Drew Angerer/Getty Images,Chet Strange/Getty Images)

PHOENIX, ARIZONA: Rep. Liz Cheney terms former POTUS Donald Trump "an enemy of the constitution" in her recent tweet posted on Sunday, December 4. She tweeted on her official Twitter handle, "Donald Trump believes we should terminate “all rules, regulations and articles, even those found in the Constitution” to overturn the 2020 election."

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Further, she added, "That was his view on 1/6 and remains his view today. No honest person can now deny that Trump is an enemy of the Constitution." Cheney's response comes after Trump claimed on Truth Social, “Do you throw the Presidential Election Results of 2020 OUT and declare the RIGHTFUL WINNER, or do you have a NEW ELECTION?"

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Further, he added, "A Massive Fraud of this type and magnitude allows for the termination of all rules, regulations, and articles, even those found in the Constitution." The former President's post came after Chief Twit, Elon Musk released a set of 'Twitter Files' which even included internal Twitter emails detailing how staffers allegedly censored tweets at the behest of the Joe Biden 2020 presidential campaign, including that on Hunter Biden's laptop. Journalist Matt Taibbi was given access to the explosive documents and Taibbi published them on his handle, reported The Hill. 

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'You are irrelevant, just leave'

The Internet quickly reacted to Cheney's Tweet. A user said, "Trump was being sarcastic, essentially saying that with government sanctioned censorship and stolen elections, the Constitution is useless. He’s making a point." Another added, "Go back to Walmart lizzy or u'll get fired again." A tweet read, "The only thing that is terminated is you. Bye-Bye." Another commented, "Losing her seat was a small price to pay for retaining her dignity, principles, and soul." A user claimed, "He’s not going to date you." A tweet read, "You wouldn't even be here without your last name, irrelevant."

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A user explained, "She's big mad cause the cheating didn't work out in her race.... bye bye d**k jr!!!! No rino is a good rino... they all have to go..." "Less than a month and you'll be working at MSNBC. Bye!!!," added another. Another comment read, "You are not an honest person, and are hereby dismissed from commenting on what honest people do." "You are irrelevant. Lost by 40 points. Just leave. Oh, you missed that question mark in his statement," said another. "31 days until you're totally irrelevant. Felicia," claimed another user. A tweet stated, "Still, Trump has the support of the entire Republican party. Every single elected Republican has vowed to support Trump, should he get the 2024 nomination. Every single one." A tweet explained, "The Constitution is Woke. No wonder Trump and Republicans hate it." Go away war hog," stated another user. Another stated, "Twist his words to suit your purposes all you want, but that’s not what he said, loser."

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