Mollie Hemingway roasts Liz Cheney for ‘Hillary Clinton-esque’ moment

Representative Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., is in the doghouse yet again for a segment of her speech that many believe was reminiscent of Hillary Clinton.

Cheney, who was giving a speech at the “A Time for Choosing” event held by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation, bashed former President Donald Trump as “a domestic threat we have never faced before.” But it’s not just Trump she had it out for evidently, her opinion is that pretty much all the men in power are terrible.

At least, that was her message to young women – because everyone knows young girls just adore watching political speeches and totally know what the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation is.

“Let me also say this to the little girls and to the young women who are watching tonight – these days, for the most part, men are running the world and it is really not going that well,” she said, in a segment that sounded to many like it was written by Clinton herself.

Her remark was slammed as a “sexist trope” and a “stupid and lefty thing” for her to say by Federalist editor-in-chief Mollie Hemingway.

Once started, other critics of Cheney joined in on the dogpile:

Perhaps Cheney felt she had to make up for holding a conservative position when she celebrated the overturn of Roe v Wade last month?


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