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Lincoln Project: Liz Cheney could 'take Matt Gaetz in a fight with one hand tied behind her back'

Added 02-03-21 04:57:04pm EST - “The Lincoln Project on Wednesday denied coordinating with Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) as she plays defense after voting to impeach? then-President Trump, but? defended her against attacks from Trump allies such as? Rep.” - Thehill.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Thehill.com: “Lincoln Project: Liz Cheney could 'take Matt Gaetz in a fight with one hand tied behind her back'”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

The Lincoln Project on Wednesday denied coordinating with Rep. Liz CheneyElizabeth (Liz) Lynn CheneyGreene's future on House committees in limbo after GOP meeting House Republicans gear up for conference meeting amid party civil war Gulf grows between GOP's McConnell, McCarthy MORE (R-Wyo.) as she plays defense after voting to impeach then-President TrumpDonald TrumpGeorgia secretary of state opens investigation into Lin Wood over illegal voting allegations Schiff lobbying Newsom to be appointed California AG: reports Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick lies in honor in Rotunda MORE, but defended her against attacks from Trump allies such as Rep. Matt GaetzMatthew (Matt) GaetzHouse Republicans gear up for conference meeting amid party civil war Lindsey Graham comes to Liz Cheney's defense Pass the rescue bill — with or without Republicans MORE (R-Fla.), who held an anti-Cheney rally last week in her home state of Wyoming.

“The Lincoln Project has had no interaction with Congresswoman Cheney,” the "never Trump" GOP super-PAC said in a statement. “That said, we think she'd take Matt Gaetz in a fight with one hand tied behind her back."

The organization issued the statement in response to what it said were “rumor[s] circulating” about coordination with Cheney, the highest-ranking House Republican to vote in favor of Trump’s impeachment in January.

“This is yet another baseless lie being spread by the Jim Crow Caucus and its leader [House Minority Leader] Kevin McCarthyKevin McCarthyGreene's future on House committees in limbo after GOP meeting House Republicans gear up for conference meeting amid party civil war Gulf grows between GOP's McConnell, McCarthy MORE [R-Calif.], a man who lives in a rancid bubble of conspiracy, fantasy, and desperation,” the group said.

“It's telling that Republican leadership spends more time focusing on an imaginary alliance than it does exposing and condemning the QAnon conspiracies being spread by members of their own caucus,” the statement added, an apparent reference to Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.).

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