Oath Keepers vs Liz Cheney

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Well, well, well. It would appear that enemies are all over the place — including the state of Wyoming. Right now, Liz Cheney is in the fight of her life as she battles to keep her seat in the House. It is going to be tough for her. So many Republicans have turned on Cheney because she dared to tell the truth about the insurrection.

And Wyoming Republicans, in the spirit of the Salem Witch Trials, have labeled Cheney. They have labeled her a traitor, and in true cult-induced hysteria, the mob wants to see her banished. And apparently, nobody wants that more than Frank Eathorne.

Frank is known to many in Wyoming. He is the chairman of the Wyoming Republican Party. He is leading the battle-cry to defeat Cheney. And Frank is popular. He has influence. Many know his name. Steve Bannon sure does, as Frank has appeared on his podcast. And he has another reason for being so well-known.

You see, readers, Frank Eathorne is not just any Republican. Not at all. He is a member of the Oath-Keepers. There are almost 200 of them in Wyoming. AND he was in Washington the day of the insurrection. It’s important to note that he has not been charged with any crime.

This then is the man who leads the crazed witch-hunt against Cheney. My feeling is he should be removed from his position — immediately. That, however, is easier said than done.


Apparently, for many Wyoming Republicans telling the truth and standing up against misinformation is terrible. But being a member of a hate group where 11 of their members have just been charged with seditious conspiracy is just dandy.

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