Liz Cheney over the weekend had some very harsh words while appearing on ABC This Week:
Her false claims that the President has apologized aside, more notable is her claim that the administration is failing to support our allies such as Czechoslovakia.
The nation of Czechoslovakia was dissolved on the 1st of January, 1993, almost two decades ago, splitting into its two original nations, Slovakia and the Czech Republic, sometimes referred to as either Czechia or by its ancient name of Bohemia.
This is not the first time someone from the Republican party referred to a non-existent nation. But it seems to be getting more common as time goes on. It is only a matter of time before they stop even limiting themselves to historical nations no longer in existence and embrace completely made up nations entirely. It has been 18 years since Spy pranked the 1994 congressional congressman using the fake nation of Freedonia of the Marx Brothers fame.
Is this a gaffe or that Ms. Cheney is simply out of touch?
In honor of her mis-speech, however, let us leave you with the national anthem of Freedonia: