Buffalo Massacre: Rep. Liz Cheney Blames GOP Leadership for Enabling Antisemitism

Following the deadly attack in Buffalo, Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming harshly criticized members of her party for contributing to 'replacement theory' which appeared in the shooter's manifesto

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WASHINGTON - Rep. Liz Cheney sharply criticized leaders in her own Republican Party on Monday for enabling antisemitism and white supremacy, days after a white nationalist murdered 10 Black people in a racially motivated mass shooting in Buffalo, New York.

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