RINO Liz Cheney is so desperate for votes that she’s even begging Democrats to switch their party.
Wyoming Democrats have reported that they received mail from the Cheney campaign that tells them how to switch their party in order to vote for her.
Essentially Cheney knows she won’t be able to survive the upcoming primary against a Trump-backed candidate so she has gone as far as to ask for help from Democrats.
The director of Hoax Mike Cernovich noticed what Cheney is trying to do and was quoted saying “Liz Cheney wants people to lie in order to cast a ballot in her favor”.
— Reid J. Epstein (@reidepstein) June 23, 2022
The New York Times had more on the story:
Ms. Cheney, who faces a Trump-backed challenger, has begun mailing Wyoming Democrats instructions on how to change their party affiliation.
Representative Liz Cheney, a Republican of Wyoming whose polling remains far behind her Trump-endorsed primary challenger as her House committee’s Jan. 6 hearings continue, is urging Democrats in her home state to switch parties to support her in the Aug. 16 primary.
In the last week, Wyoming Democrats have received mail from Ms. Cheney’s campaign with specific instructions on how to change their party affiliation to vote for her. Ms. Cheney’s campaign website now has a link to a form for changing parties.
Liz Cheney wants people to lie in order to cast a ballot in her favor. What’s the word for this? https://t.co/ymgz7C6lg4
— Cernovich (@Cernovich) June 23, 2022
Axios got the scoop too:
Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) is urging Wyoming Democrats to switch parties to vote for her during the state’s upcoming Republican primary, the New York Times reports.
Cheney, who serves as vice chair of the select committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, is significantly polling behind her Trump-endorsed primary opponent for the state’s at-large House seat.
Democrats in the state have recently received mail from Cheney’s campaign that included instructions on how to change their party affiliation so they would be able to vote for her in the upcoming Republican primary, according to the Times.
Her website also now includes instructions and a link to a form for changing parties in the state. It also informs voters that they can change their party affiliation at their polling place on the day of the primary or general election, or when requesting an absentee ballot.