Liz Cheney has become Nancy Pelosi’s best “Republican” friend.
Selling out her Party could cost her big time too.
Now Liz Cheney’s week went from bad to worse after she received this devastating news.
Even with former President Donald Trump out of office, Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) is obsessed without carrying out her personal vendetta against him.
After voting to impeach President Trump, she continued her grudge against him by becoming Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) top Republican stooge on the sham January 6 Committee.
Instead of focusing on her constituents in Wyoming, Rep. Cheney has been hamming it up in the corporate-controlled media, soaking in their adulation for “bravely” going after Trump like everyone else.
While this may be a good strategy to land a job on CNN or MSNBC, it has also left Cheney in serious jeopardy of losing her bid to stay in office.
After turning her back on conservatives, Congresswoman Cheney made the head scratching decision to run for re-election as a Republican in Wyoming.
Wyoming is arguably the most Republican state in the country, giving President Trump his largest margin of victory in any state in both of his Presidential runs (thus far).
Cheney faced daunting odds trying to win re-election in such a heavily pro-Trump state, and her chances weren’t helped when President Trump understandably set his sight on ending her political career.
The former President endorsed Cheney’s conservative challenger, attorney Harriet Hageman, to oust Dick Cheney’s daughter, and conservatives throughout Wyoming – and the nation – have rallied round Hageman’s candidacy.
Rep. Cheney even faced an unprecedented rebuke from her own party’s leadership, when House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), along with nearly 100 of her Republican Congressional colleagues, endorsed Hageman in Wyoming’s Republican Primary.
Now, a new poll shows that the August primary is likely the end of the line for Liz Cheney’s political career.
A Mason-Dixon Polling & Strategy poll conducted on behalf of the Casper Star Tribune found that Cheney is not only losing to Harriet Hageman, she’s being crushed.
According to the poll, Hageman currently has a 22-point lead on Rep. Cheney, besting her by a 52% to 30% margin.
The poll also found that just 27% of Wyoming Republicans approved of the job Rep. Cheney is doing, while nearly two-thirds of Republicans disapproved.
“The big story is Liz Cheney is going to get beat,” said Brad Coker, Mason-Dixon Polling’s managing director. “That’s a foregone conclusion.”
This is the latest poll to find Cheney in big trouble ahead of the Wyoming Republican Primary.
In June, a poll from Club for Growth found that Cheney was trailing Hageman by 30 points.
Wyoming’s elections allow voters to switch their party registration on the day of the primary, allowing them to vote in another party’s primary, so Congresswoman Cheney has predictably been courting Democrats to cross over and vote for her in a sneaky scheme.
After all, Democrats are Cheney’s real base of support, and she’s been using her campaign funds to send out mailings to Democrats on how to vote for her in the Republican Primary.
But this underhanded scheme has no chance of working, according to the head of the Wyoming Democrat Party, as there are so few Democrats in the state, even if they all voted for her, it wouldn’t matter.
Liz Cheney’s political career is coming to an end after she sold out conservatives to be Nancy Pelosi’s lapdog.
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