The Republican operative who came up with the 1988 Willie Horton spot and was at the center of Citzens United has his say on Cheney and Kinzinger. And David Bossie isn’t playing around.

Bossie: The first and last goal for the Republican Conference in the U.S. House of Representatives in 2022 should be to win back the majority and save America from President Joe Biden and Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s socialist agenda.

Every one of the 213 House Republicans must be solely focused on doing everything it takes to accomplish this mission and part of that includes making no unforced errors for the next 10 months leading up to the all-important midterm elections in November.

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Historically, the Republican Conference in the House exists to develop legislative strategies and tactics, push new initiatives, create public relations messaging and enforce message discipline, and counter the Democrat’s agenda both publicly and behind closed doors. However, with the rise of socialism in America, this year the stakes have been raised significantly.

In 2022, Republicans have the monumental task of designing the strategy that will stop Biden’s radical agenda, retire Pelosi as House speaker, and set the stage for a historic Republican takeover of Congress in January 2023.

Moving forward, two things that Republicans absolutely cannot afford are making avoidable mistakes and letting members wander off message. But unfortunately, it looks like the Republican House leadership team is allowing a growing problem to fester within the conference that will make it much harder to accomplish the ultimate goal of victory in 2022.

Two members of the conference, Reps. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo. and Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill., do not share the same goals and values as the rest of the conference and actually wake up every morning seeking to undermine its success instead.

Reps. Cheney and Kinzinger have made the decision to dedicate the final chapters of their careers in support of the never-ending deranged effort to destroy former President Donald Trump.

The latest phony witch hunt — the so-called January 6 Select Committee — is an illegitimate committee that has no valid power because it doesn’t have actual minority members or minority staff.

Sadly, Cheney and Kinzinger have decided to turn a blind eye to House rules and precedent in order to further their selfish goal of attempting to bring down Trump by any means necessary.

Trump Derangement Syndrome is a sickness and Cheney and Kinzinger don’t care about the damage they’re doing to the House as an institution or what condition they’ll leave it in after they’re gone…

So, the obvious question is why are these two individuals who are actively seeking to undermine Republican success each and every day still members of the House Republican Conference? It doesn’t make sense — and worse than that — it’s an enormous unforced error for Republicans that should have been handled months ago.

The time has come for House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and the rest of the Republican leadership team in the U.S. House to stand up and rid the conference of those who are determined to make it harder to accomplish their objective in November.

This piece was written by David Kamioner on January 2, 2022. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used by permission.

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