Rep. Liz Cheney, an anti-Trumper, survived a vote to remove her from leadership roles when the House Republicans voted 145-61 to keep her in. It was a secret-ballot vote, a move highly criticized by some who wanted to know exactly where some fellow reps stand with Cheney, who supported and voted to impeach former President Donald Trump.

Cheney's response was to call it a terrific vote as reported by Newsmax, who suggested the Republican Party has quite a mess on their hands:



The GOP also suggests they will defend Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene who many others want removed from leadership roles due to her beliefs and opinions regarding QAnon and conspiracy theories, as reported by AP.

Hours earlier, after Democrats slated a House vote for Thursday that would remove Greene from her committees, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy ridiculed them for it. His comments signaled he was dismissing bipartisan demands that the hard-right Georgia Republican be punished for her online embrace of racist and violent views and bizarre conspiracy theories.

The decisions over Greene and Cheney have subjected the GOP to a politically agonizing test of its direction as it moves beyond the Trump presidency. Since Trump grudgingly vacated the White House last month, the party has been ideologically adrift as it’s struggled over whether to embrace his norm-busting divisiveness or the party’s more traditional, policy-oriented conservative values.

While Americans are waiting for a relief bill to be passed, the members of Congress are having some internal issues and bickering. Something that does not seem beneficial to Americans waiting to see what President Biden's administration does next.