President Trump took to Twitter on Tuesday to express his disappointment in Alaska Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski for her vote to kill Obamacare repeal.

“Senator @lisamurkowski of the Great State of Alaska really let the Republicans, and our country, down yesterday. Too bad!” the President wrote.

Murkowski was one of seven liberal Republican senators who voted with Democrats to save Obamacare.

Murkowski, who voted for repeal back when she knew Obama would veto it, now voted to save Obamacare because she says she supports expansion of the Medicare welfare entitlement in Alaska.​

Her vote is no surprise to anyone with a passing familiarity with Murkowski.  Here are six other times we all should have called out this liberal wolf in Republican clothing for voting like Bernie Sanders.

1) Lisa Murkowski votes to uphold Roe v. Wade

Early in her first term, a resolution came to the Senate floor declaring the Supreme Court was correct in declaring abortion to be a “privacy right” in their 1973 Roe v. Wade decision.  The resolution was pushed by the multi-million dollar abortion industry.

Murkowski voted against Republicans and with Democrats to support the resolution.  It passed 52-46, making her vote even more shameful.

2) Lisa Murkowski endorses Obamacare AND taxpayer-funded abortion

Why is Lisa Murkowski a Republican?  In June of this year, her Senate office sent out letters to constituents not only praising the parts of Obamacare doing the most to explode costs and drive up deficits, but cementing her support of taxpayer-funded abortion.

“I am committed to ensuring that important provisions of the ACA, such as covering those with pre-existing conditions, continued support for Medicaid expansion, coverage for dependents and no lifetime limits, and funding for Planned Parenthood remain intact,” Murkowski wrote in a constituent letter obtained by POLITICO.

Murkowski’s support of taxpayer funded abortion not only places her outside the GOP, but puts her well outside the mainstream of the American public, and even many Democrat voters.

Murkowski also voted in 2003 to repeal President Reagan’s “Mexico City policy” banning taxpayer funding of foreign organizations that promote abortion, and in 2015 to allow taxpayer funding of abortion under Obamacare.

3) Lisa Murkowski defends Planned Parenthood’s taxpayer welfare
When undercover investigators captured Planned Parenthood officials on hidden video discussing how to illegally profit off dead baby body parts, voters nationwide demanded the rich corporation’s taxpayer funds be cut off.

Two groups of people rushed to their defense: blood-soaked abortionists, and Lisa Murkowski.

Alaska’s KTOO Public Media reported on Sep 24, 2015:

The senator says she doesn’t believe federal funds should be cut off to all of Planned Parenthood. “Those facilities in Alaska that provide for the STD testing, some of the other services, will not have those resources. And that is very troubling,” she said. “The women of Alaska, and I think women around the country, need to make sure that they don’t have a disruption of service.”

4) Lisa Murkowski votes to give welfare to illegals

On February 27, 2015, Mississippi Senator Thad Cochran was acting like Mississippi Senator Thad Cochran, and actually offered an amendment to a Homeland Security appropriations bill removing the ban on welfare benefits to illegals under Obama’s executive amnesty.

Who votes to overturn a ban on welfare to Obama’s illegals?

Lisa Murkowski. Along with several other liberal Republicans. The amendment passed 66-33.

5) Lisa Murkowski says Americans need government-run health care

There’s a simple reason Lisa Murkowski voted for Obamacare.  She believes in European-style socialized medicine, and isn’t afraid to say it.   

We have government-run healthcare now,” she lectured to concerned constituents in a 2009 town hall meeting, “What we have to have is a government-run plan that actually works.”

6) Lisa Murkowski votes to give Obama the Supreme Court’s tie-breaking vote

When Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died, liberals saw their opportunity to cement control of the Supreme Court for the next 20 years. Filling Scalia’s seat with a radical liberal would move the Court from being evenly split to liberal-controlled.

With that in mind, Obama nominated Merrick Garland, a soft-spoken, understated and non-controversial – but radically liberal – judge.

That presented such a threat to conservatism that even Mitch McConnell didn’t want to allow a vote on Garland’s nomination.  In the end, a Democrat effort to force a vote failed.

Murkowski stood with Democrats to give the Supreme Court’s tie-breaking vote to an advocate of gun confiscation, wealth redistribution, and taxpayer-funded abortion to the moment of partial birth.

If Murkowski had gotten her way, Obama would control the Supreme Court and President Trump would not have been allowed to nominate staunch conservative Neil Gorsuch.