Run, Qevin, Run! Now Show Us Your Spin.

After yesterday’s grand and perfect display of what a true leader DOES NOT even remotely resemble, ‘Leader’ Qevin McQarthy appeared more lucid in front of the cameras today and not so quick to run away from them. He even responded to that ‘liberal media’ giant, NBC’s Garrett Haake’s questions on the recent RNC’ censure measure.



“I think anybody, we all know this, who entered this building, that rioted, is not legitimate political discourse,” he said. “But I don’t think that’s what the RNC was talking about when you talk to them.”

McCarthy suggested “legitimate discourse” referred to alternate electors that the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol has subpoenaed, even though he said they were in Florida during the riot.

Asked if he agreed with the decision to censure Cheney, of Wyoming, and Kinzinger, of Illinois, the lone Republican lawmakers on the Jan. 6 panel, McCarthy said: “I think there’s a reason why Adam is not running again. I think there’s a reason why at the end of the day, Liz would have a hard time winning here if she runs, and I don’t think she runs.”

In response to McCarthy’s suggestion that Cheney isn’t planning to run for re-election, her spokesman Jeremy Adler said: “As everyone knows, truth has never been his strong suit.”


Before Qevin tried to clarify the RNC’s statement about their cult’s attack on our Capitol on January 6, 2021, Speaker Pelosi gave her weekly press conference and claimed the Republican Party has been “hijacked” and advised its members to take back their party from “this cult.”

“It’s disturbing to see that the Republican leader of the House ran — actually, literally refused to condemn that resolution of legitimate political [discourse] — literally ran away from the press when he was asked about his position,” Pelosi said.

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