“Remove the 10 pretenders”: America Strong Pac attacks Republicans who agreed to Trump’s impeachment

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An emerging political body financially-backed by former US President Donald Trump’s supporters targeted ten Republican House representatives who agreed for the ex-president’s impeachment.

These representatives were featured in the unveiled website of the America Strong Pac.

The conservative party’s rebels voted to impeach Trump, causing his as well as his loyal supporters’ anger.

The former president has remained to have a grip on the Republican Party despite the election defeat against President Joe Biden.

“Remove the 10 pretenders,” a statement published in the website read.

An article of the impeachment against the former president charged him with “incitement of insurrection” over the Capitol riot last January 6. Ten Republicans, along with the Democrats, have agreed to the said article.

Later, Trump was absolved in a Senate trial.

The Axios news website stated that Trump’s campaign executive director of strategic coalitions, Jack Matua, serves as the treasure of America Strong.

Businessman Bill White, who is also a productive fundraiser of the ex-president, contributes to obtain the organization’s donors.

Included among the targets of the group is Liz Cheney, a Wyoming congresswoman who was kicked off from her previous House senior leadership post. She resounded the criticisms surrounding Trump over his actions during the Capitol attack which has claimed five lives.

According to Cheney, keeping the former president out from his position is among her goals. The  congressman, however, is bombarded with multiple primary challengers for her positions, all coming from the conservative party.

In an interview with Axios, White said that Cheney, in the future, will be subjected to permanent monitoring of America Strong. It aims to kick her off the party.

“Liz Cheney betrayed us,” a short video ad posted on the website said.