Ingraham rips 'Cheney Democrats' who don't trust democracy, doing China's work

Former Vice President Dick Cheney visited Congress on Thursday’s one-year anniversary of the Capitol riot, saying he is “deeply disappointed” in Congressional GOP leadership’s response to the events of Jan. 6. Cheney and his daughter, Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., were the only two Republicans seen Thursday at a moment of silence on the House floor led by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.

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“How weak these Cheney Democrats have proven themselves to be,” the Fox News host said. “They control all levers of power in America, and yet their message to the world is we can’t govern and our democracy is about to collapse. Once again, China has to be laughing. They’re doing its work.” 

“[Members of the Bush-Cheney bipartisan regime] really care more about promoting democracy abroad than preserving it at home,” Ingraham said. “They’re the ones who don’t really trust democracy because they know that when the people get their way, it means things like border enforcement, ending unlimited immigration, keeping politics out of schools and protecting women’s sports. They simply can’t risk another repeat of 2016.”