The Eleventh Commandment, as handed down by Ronald Reagan, “Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican.”
The GOP was right to remove Liz Cheney from her position of Conference Chair.
We can debate whether her underlying hatred of Donald Trump is justified, but I don’t care.
As Conference Chair her job was literally to promote part unity. As a Republican, she should be guided by the 11th Commandment, but in a leadership position, she is bound by it.
If she made the choice to run to the TV cameras at every opportunity to bash Trump and any Republican who supported him, that is between her and her constituents, but it absolutely disqualifies her from the position she held.
Even if her opinions were right.
There are things you can do as an individual, or even as a Congressman, that you simply can’t do as part of the leadership. This is not a matter of personal integrity, if she had that, she would have resigned from the leadership before trashing Trump, and especially before criticizing sitting GOP members of Congress.
She should have been aware of her job description.