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‘Spend less time banning books’, more time stopping gun violence

Former Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) called on Republicans to spend less time banning books in schools and more time stopping gun violence.

Cheney praised Jenna Bush Hager, daughter of former President George W. Bush, who said on NBC that Republicans need to be more concerned about the safety of children.

“I have a friend in Nashville. So I got to know one of the little girls. who is 9 years old. Who went to school yesterday and didn’t come home. So when Henry came home from work, I said, “Did you see that?” I had to whisper, because I have a 9-year-old,” said Jenna Bush Hager.

“We’re worried about giving our kids Judy Blume and other books that are important to history, to the fabric of our country, and we’re not worried about sending our kids to schools where they’re not safe,” she added later. .

Liz Cheney shouted out to Jenna Bush Hager on Twitter to say she agrees.

“THANKS [Jenna] for making this point today – if we are serious about keeping our children safe, we need to spend less time banning books and more time stopping the horrific gun violence in our schools,” Cheney tweeted. .

Besides her support for the impeachment of former President Trump and running a kangaroo court with the January 6 committee, Liz Cheney has taken notably liberal and left-wing stances since becoming an enemy of the government. former president, which resulted in his loss to Harriet. Hageman in the Republican primary. Cheney has also completely reversed his position on same-sex marriage.

“I was wrong. I was wrong,” Liz Cheney said last year. “I love my sister very much. I love his family very much and I was wrong. This is a very personal and very personal matter for my family. I believe my dad was right, and my sister and I had this conversation.

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