March 4, 2024

As Twitchy readers know, RedState is one of our sister outlets. Oh, and if you didn’t know that, now you do. Anywho, we have spent the last few days watching far too many talking heads trying to take credit for Ronna McDaniels stepping down … talking heads who had nothing to do with it. All the while, completely ignoring the Managing Editor of RedState, Jennifer Van Laar who put in the work to make it happen.

Fortunately (or unfortunately, if you’re a grifting phony taking credit for someone else’s work), Van Laar not only has the receipts but also put out a timeline showing how it all actually happened. 

Take a look:

Keep going.

RNC didn’t like being exposed.

Whoda thunk?

While others are taking credit.

Classy, right?

Recommended

Because of course.

Good times.

And all thanks to Van Laar. 

Indeed. And the people trying to take credit for her work (looking at you, Vivek Ramaswamy) need to recognize who got it done.

Not even sorry for saying so.

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