Liz Cheney has become nothing more than a liability for the republican party.
She spends more time attacking her own party, as well as President Donald Trump, than she does pointing out the many dangers currently presented by the democrats.
American citizens are fed up, and apparently so is republican leadership.
Cheney has consistantly driven a wedge between herself and the rest of the republican party.
That wedge has become so great, that Cheney now faces the real possibility of losing her House leadership position.
Republicans are allegedly already searching for her replacement, who they hope to find by months end.
Republicans are looking to remove Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) from her number three leadership position as House Republican Conference chair and replace her with another female Republican Congresswoman.
Reps. Elise Stefanik (R-NY.), Ann Wagner (R-MO), and Jackie Walorski (R-IN) have all had their names thrown around to replace Cheney as conference chair and in leadership, according to congressional aides who reportedly told Axios.
The Republican members realize they can not replace Cheney with a man, adding that selling an all-male leadership would be hard to do leading up to the midterms, according to the report. The report added it would be a challenge to the suburban woman.
Axios reported the conference is set to meet on May 12. The members are expected to oust Cheney then, either formally or informally, after reports from the past weekend. Allies close to House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy (CA) have spoken out against Cheney.
To officially oust her as conference chair, it would require a two-thirds vote of the 212 caucus members. Axios pointed out a two-thirds majority is a high bar if there is a secret ballot held.
According to republicans, Cheney has become nothing more than a liability of late.
The Daily Wire has more on the response from republican leadership:
Top allies of House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy are reportedly planning to oust Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY), chairwoman of the House Republican Conference, by the end of the month because she refuses to put the party first while she continues to harp on former President Donald Trump.
“There is no way that Liz will be conference chair by month’s end,” a top McCarthy ally said on Monday. “When there is a vote, it won’t be a long conference; it will be fast. Everyone knows the outcome.”
“She is a big distraction,” the ally said. “I don’t see McCarthy saving her this time.”
“This is a broad range of lawmakers who have had it with her,” a second McCarthy ally said. “She’s a liability, and McCarthy’s as fed up as the rest of us that she is focused on the past rather than winning back the House.”
Cheney attacked Trump on Monday in response to a statement that Trump sent out via email, since he is not currently on any social media platform and thus his reach has been significantly reduced.
Cheney has worn out her welcome, and republicans are ready to move on without her.