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Republicans Who Supported J6 Facing America First Backlash

'They are running 13 points weaker than their average colleague in their primaries... '

(Ezekiel Loseke, Headline USA) Republican voters are draining the swamp by ousting RINOs who supported the J6 tribunal, a backlash so striking that it’s even being noticed by traditionally leftist media.

“The bottom has dropped out for the Republicans who did support a Jan. 6 investigation: They are running 13 points weaker than their average colleague in their primaries, according to a POLITICO analysis of 2022 primary results so far,” Politico reported.

Politico noted that three incumbents who voted to create the J6 committee have already lost, and a right-wing surge has harassed the rest.

More than half of the alleged Republicans who voted for the Inquisition received less than 60% of primary votes, according to Politico, which added that, “Of the 102 House Republicans who had GOP primaries earlier this year, only 15 of them fell under that threshold.”

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The heat on RINOs may have come from Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy‘s strategy to refuse to appoint any Republican members to the J6 tribunal.

McCarthy, citing the unconstitutional and unjust nature of the committee, said, “Pelosi is going to pick and choose, so the only Republicans that would be on it would be the ones that Pelosi would allow on,” in what McCarthy called a “purely political process.”

Rep. Liz Cheney, RINO-Wyo., who has been fairly labeled a “turncoat” by Fox News, was handpicked by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., to help lead the tribunal and is now paying the price at the polls. CNN had previously given Cheney a mere 10% chance of winning her primary.

If Cheney’s defeat to Trump-endorsed Harriet Hageman unfolds as titanically as predicted, it would be another example RINOs learning the truth that “whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.”

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