Maryland Republican Gov. Larry Hogan came to Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney’s defense Tuesday, who stands at risk of losing her House leadership position after continuing to undermine the conference she chairs.
Hogan derided Republican lawmakers for engaging in “cancel culture” for their pursuit to remove Cheney from her post after House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy was caught on a hot mic where he shared he had “lost confidence” in Cheney’s ability to lead Tuesday morning.
“Republican leaders are rightly opposed to cancel culture on the left,” Hogan wrote on Twitter. “They should not be using it against their own members.”
Republican leaders are rightly opposed to cancel culture on the left. They should not be using it against their own members.
After losing the House, the Senate, and the White House, our party desperately needs a bigger tent, not a smaller one. https://t.co/ksvuFedwCk
— Larry Hogan (@LarryHogan) May 4, 2021
The Maryland governor’s defense came after McCarthy’s