It is now almost a certainty that Liz Cheney will lose her primary…
Her Trump-endorsed challenger, Harriet Hageman, is now leading the closet Democrat by 28 points according to the most recent polling data.
Despite this, Cheney continues to double down on her anti-Trump rhetoric while cozying up to the military-industrial complex…The apple never falls far from the tree, does it?
The quiet part is now also loudly proclaimed: Democrats want Liz Cheney to be President of the United States, she isn’t even a RINO anymore, she’s a straight-up Democrat!
Here’s what everyone is saying:
Harriet Hageman is running to DEFEAT Liz Cheney.
Please follow @HagemanforWY & let’s get her to 30,000 followers.
Wyoming, make a plan to vote in the primary on Tuesday, August 16th. #January6thCommitteeHearings
— #ThePersistence (@ScottPresler) June 10, 2022
Liz Cheney is going to be blown out in her primary… but don't worry, she'll just go back to the family business of war profiteering.
— Tim Young (@TimRunsHisMouth) June 16, 2022
According to Newsweek :
Hageman led with 56 percent of voters saying they plan to support her—while only 28 percent of respondents said they planned to back Cheney in the August primary, the poll conducted by the Hageman-aligned Wyoming Values super PAC found.
It’s largely in line with other polls, which have indicated Cheney is facing a challenging reelection bid.
The only House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump who have the chance to serve in the next Congress are David Valadao, Peter Meijer, Liz Cheney, Jaime Herrera Beutler, and Dan Newhouse. Though, it is very likely Cheney loses her primary. I don't know about the rest.
— Based Tom 🇺🇸 (@TomEDewey1948) June 15, 2022
Trump has predicted Liz Cheney will be defeated in her upcoming primary race, just like fellow RINO Tom Rice.
Posting on his Truth Social account, Trump said Liz Cheney’s political career is almost over.
— Kevin Booker (@Booker10038) June 16, 2022
Even CNN sees the writing on the wall for Cheney:
Rice’s defeat sends a chilling message to Cheney — and the other remaining members of the Trump 10.
Because aside from his vote to impeach Trump, he was a down-the-line conservative and a committed backer of Trump’s policies.