Oath and Honor: A Memoir and a Warning by Liz Cheney

Oath and Honor: A Memoir and a Warning by Liz Cheney

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

On the day Donald J. Trump was supposed to hand the keys over to incoming President Biden peacefully, something horrible happened. I watched the horror play out from start to finish, live on television. I haven’t been this horrified since I watched the second plane hit the World Trade Center on a live feed from inside CNN Center in Atlanta.

He’s currently facing 91 counts over four criminal indictments, which he’s successfully prolonging court dates for, and he still seems like he’s about to clinch the Republican nomination. I think it’s so sad.

Cheney led US Representatives in an investigation. They presented the results in public hearings. I watched these as well. The book essentially runs through the committee findings chapter by hearing. It’s a straightforward, sober, mostly Republican-led effort, and yet he’s still their front-runner. I just don’t understand.

Linked below are video recordings of the hearings if you’d rather bypass the book and just see it for yourself.

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January 6th Committee Public Hearings Playlist on YouTube

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