A Wyoming Republican made one prediction that left Liz Cheney trembling in fear

Liz Cheney is Nancy Pelosi’s favorite Republican in the Swamp.

But Pelosi could be on the verge of losing her new best friend. 

Now a Wyoming Republican made one prediction that left Liz Cheney trembling in fear.

The fact that former President Donald Trump is the face of the Republican Party has caused RINO Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) to completely lose her mind.

Even with Trump out of office, she has gone all-in as a top henchman of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on the sham January 6 Committee.

Rep. Cheney is ignoring the massive problems President Joe Biden has inflicted on the country to continue her pointless crusade against Donald Trump.

While this may be a great strategy if the goal is to ultimately land a job at CNN, the Congresswoman will still have to face Wyoming Republicans in August’s Primary.

After turning her back on conservatives, Cheney made the inexplicable decision to run for re-election – and even had the audacity to try to run as a “Republican.”

Wyoming is one of Republicans’ top strongholds, handing President Trump his largest margin of victory in any state during both the 2016 and 2020 elections.

Trump-endorsed attorney Harriet Hageman has stepped up to challenge Rep. Cheney in the state’s Republican Primary, and conservatives have certainly rallied around Hageman’s candidacy.

Liz Cheney has an uphill fight to keep her political career in a heavily pro-Trump state.

Senator John Barrasso (R-WY) is the senior most member of Wyoming’s Congressional delegation, having first been elected to the Senate in 2006.

In a recent appearance on Fox News, Senator Barrasso said that Rep. Cheney has “a lot of work to do” if she hopes to prevail in the August Primary.

“Wyoming politics is very personal,” Barrasso explained. “It’s face-to-face. It’s town-to-town.”

Wyoming has the smallest population of any state in the nation, obviously making personal appearances by politicians an important factor in their success.

While Hageman is crisscrossing the state building support, Cheney has been hiding out in the Swamp and avoiding voters in Wyoming.

“And as you know, Liz and I disagree,” Barrasso said. “I voted against impeachment on President Trump. She was for it. I voted against the partisan January 6th Commission. She’s all in on that.”

“Now, the election isn’t for another month,” the Senator continued. “The travel that I’ve done around the state, I think she has a lot of work to do if she hopes to win the primary.”

With the GOP Primary fast approaching, Liz Cheney’s quest for another term seems doomed.

After alienating conservatives, Rep. Cheney and her Democratic allies have targeted Wyoming Democrats to cross over and vote for her in the Republican Primary.

Democrats know their candidate doesn’t have a chance of winning in such a deep red state, so Cheney and the Left are both hoping they’ll vote for the next best thing.

But Senator Barrasso poured cold water on this political Hail Mary.

“There’s really not that many Democrats out there,” Barrasso said of his state. “Even the Chairman of the [Democrat] Party said there are not enough Democrats to do that.”

Cheney is trailing by nearly 30 points in recent polls, with Wyoming Republicans strongly disapproving of her betrayal of conservatives.

After casting her lot with Nancy Pelosi, the end of the line for Liz Cheney’s political career is in sight. 

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