Mitt Romney and Bill Cassidy Decry Censure of Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger By the RNC

U.S. House Reps Liz Cheney (WY) and Adam Kinzinger (IL) were censured today by the Republican National Committee.

U.S. Sens Mitt Romney (UT) and Bill Cassidy (LA) decried the decision to censure the pair in a pair of tweets.

Of course, both Cassidy and Romney have voted with Joe Biden on over 50% of the bills so far in the Senate thus far.

Kinzinger has voted with Biden 40% of the time and Cheney has voted with Biden on 10% of bills in the House.

The censure, however, was issued because of their participation on the Select Committee investigating Jan. 6.

Additionally, the censure ripped them for their continued criticism of the 45th President Donald Trump, which they appear to be more concerned with than the 2022 midterm elections

Romney made his feelings known last night as he claimed, “Shame falls on a party that would censure persons of conscience, who seek truth in the face of vitriol.”

“Honor attaches to Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger for seeking truth even when doing so comes at great personal cost,” Romney suggested.

Cassidy asked, “The RNC is censuring Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger because they are trying to find out what happened on January 6th – HUH?”

Both Romney and Cassidy also voted to convict Trump of impeachment after Jan. 6.