“Revealingly, it is not Cheney’s impeachment vote that now looks like the move to get her bounced from the Party’s leadership. It is her refusal to shut up about it and embrace the official party line of forgetting about Trump’s attack on democracy and moving on—which is the approach of all but a handful of prominent Republicans.” Susan Glasser in The New Yorker: Forced to Choose Between Trump’s Big Lie and Liz Cheney, the House G.O.P. Chooses the Lie.

+ “Cheney’s courageous stand against the party of Trump is a stand against a party she helped build, a monster she helped create. The tragedy is not that she might suffer for her folly, but that American democracy will. Her latter-day epiphany is welcome, but it also comes far too late.” Adam Serwer in The Atlantic: Liz Cheney Has Only Herself to Blame. (Yes, this is true. And yes, we welcome her stand.)