Attempting to drain the Washington, D.C. Swamp is like playing Whack-a-Mole with career politicians.
Every time conservatives think they’ve squashed an establishment RINO hack who panders to Democrats and true legacy media another just pops right up.
And now this RINO Congresswoman has popped up in an apparent effort to be the new Liz Cheney and her latest betrayal proves it.
In 2014, RINO Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) was one of the Republicans most vulnerable to a primary challenge in the nation.
And with the Tea Party movement making what we now know to be its final push for a repeat of the 2010 Red Wave, Nancy Mace attempted to present herself as the conservative alternative to Graham.
Of course, she was unsuccessful in that effort and, after being one of the more popular primary candidates amongst conservative media, shocked everyone when she seemingly disappeared for a few years.
Outside of working behind the scenes for the Trump campaign in 2016, Mace didn’t follow the path of many unsuccessful candidates who received national attention — which, admittedly, led to lingering rumors she underwent plastic surgery and avoided seeking out attention to keep it under wraps.
Nevertheless, Mace popped back up as a member of the South Carolina House in 2018 — albeit, looking somewhat different than before — and ultimately, parlayed that into a seat in Congress.
Congresswoman Nancy Mace (R-SC) though, has taken a much different approach to things than then-Senate candidate Nancy Mace — the entire “conservative” charade has been completely abandoned in favor of being an establishment hack.
Clearly hoping to capitalize on the position that failed former House member Liz Cheney left open when she left Congress as Democrats and the legacy media’s favorite token RINO, Rep. Mace’s latest act involved her hoping on CNN and ripping House Republicans for following through on their campaign promises by voting on pro-Life legislation on day one of the new Congress.
Apparently, Mace is under the impression that the abortion issue alone caused Republicans to underperform in November’s Midterms.
“We learned nothing from the Midterms if this is how we’re going to operate in the first week,” Mace whined. “Millions of women across the board were angry over overturning Roe v. Wade.”
What infuriated Rep. Mace was the fact that the House was set to vote on a resolution condemning the radical left-wing outrage mob’s domestic terrorist attacks on dozens of churches and pro-Life pregnancy centers.
That’s it — simply condemning these grotesque and evil acts sent Mace on a tirade.
From there — just like her role model Liz Cheney would — the South Carolina RINO proceeded to spout Democrat talking points that abortion-on-demand is a woman’s “right,” and that House Republicans shouldn’t even bother with pro-Life legislation because it won’t pass the Senate.
“Trying to find a balance between protecting women’s rights and the right to life is gonna be very important,” Mace claimed. “What we’re doing this week is paying lip service to life. Nothing that we’re doing this week on protecting life is ever going to make it through the Senate.”
This isn’t the first time Congresswoman Mace has gone on a pro-abortion tirade, though — far from it, actually.
It’s been her pet issue to fight pro-Life legislation tooth and nail.
As a matter of fact, just last summer, Mace attempted to fabricate a viral moment by wearing a sign on her jacket on the House floor pushing the left-wing propaganda claim that her home state of South Carolina had somehow banned birth control.
“For me, this was articulating policy,” Mace claimed with a straight face at the time. “This isn’t a publicity stunt. This is very real.”
“To see them turn their back on what was already decided by the legislature, and to feel emboldened that they can ban those exceptions is wrong,” she added.
It’s abundantly clear that Nancy Mace wants nothing more than to be the next Liz Cheney.
And her anti-life crusade is certainly one way to go about making it happen.
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.