Liz Cheney is a RINO if iv’e ever seen one.
You know it, I know it, and now it’s being stated to the public on television.
A New advertisement is absolutely BLASTING Liz Cheney as a “Clinton Republican”, and aside from being hilarious, the ad is true and hopefully draws a lot more attention to a really serious problem.
The problem of establishment RINO’s.
Take a look at the ad:
Statement by Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America: RINO LIZ CHENEY pic.twitter.com/hUw2KtVWDk
— K0RÄT ™ (@KORAT_TM) July 20, 2021
Politico highlights the tough political road ahead of Cheney:
Shortly after the January impeachment vote, the former president’s advisers began reaching out to the state Republican Party chair, Frank Eathorne, and state legislators to take their temperature on Wyoming’s political landscape. They were also in touch with the anti-tax Club for Growth, a pro-Trump group that is opposing Cheney.
Trump allies, including Donald Trump, Jr. and Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz, have participated in anti-Cheney events in the state. Former Trump White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows also went to Wyoming to get on-the-ground intel and meet with potential primary challengers.
The Trump team sounded out a potential early challenger in state Treasurer Curt Meier. But Meier said he wasn’t interested and instead recommended Gray, a state legislator and former radio show host who is staunchly supportive of the former president. In late January, Trump pollster John McLaughlin commissioned a 500-person survey through the former president’s political action committee, which asked respondents their opinion of Gray and whether they would support him or Cheney in a primary matchup. The poll also tested the strength of another candidate, state Sen. Anthony Bouchard.
Ready to get the boot! https://t.co/75L6MEQFk1
— Great American Pie (Not a Taco) (@JuanNando0883) July 22, 2021
Trump is looking to take out the "Never Trump" Republican Liz Cheney. https://t.co/hvYUGNAfUu
— ThePoliticalInsider (@TPInsidr) July 21, 2021
The Hill reports more of Cheney’s potential political troubles:
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) on Thursday did not rule out booting Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) from the powerful Armed Services Committee amid a partisan brawl over who should serve on the special committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol attack.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) tapped Cheney, who has blamed Trump for inciting the Capitol insurrection, as her sole GOP pick for the special panel. But this week, McCarthy came under intense pressure by his rank-and-file members to strip Cheney of her Armed Services assignment after the Speaker rejected two of his five picks for the panel: Reps. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) and Jim Banks (R-Ind.), both Trump loyalists.