Is Tuesday the end of RINO Rep. Liz Cheney’s political career?
Wyoming voters head to the polls this week to decide her fate against Trump-endorsed Harriet Hageman.
Cheney’s poll numbers have performed atrociously in recent weeks, trailing Hageman by as much as 22 percent.
“More than half, 52%, of likely primary voters in Wyoming said they would support Hageman, while just 30% expressed support for Cheney, according to the survey conducted by Mason-Dixon Polling & Strategy on behalf of the Casper, Wyoming, Star Tribune,” Fox News reports.
"If Liz Cheney loses, she would be the eighth pro-impeachment Republican to exit Congress," Breitbart noted.
I’m so excited to see Liz Cheney lose in her primary tomorrow pic.twitter.com/4SEwqv1bX7
— Alex Stein #99 (@alexstein99) August 15, 2022
Many Wyoming voters expressed their disdain over the establishment politician.
“She’s not a true Republican in the sense of our Republican values here in Wyoming,” federal Agriculture Department employee Gina Kron told the New York Times.
Liz Cheney should be less focused on fighting Trump and more consumed with “fossil energy,” she added.
“I’m done with Cheney,” longtime Wyoming resident George Dykes told Politico.
“She’s dead to me. … I will never support that family again.”
Breitbart described what the ousting of Cheney would entail for the state of Wyoming and across the Republican party.
Liz Cheney’s loss would mean a two-generation establishment dynasty would come to an end in a state “where her name recognition is nearly universal and her family’s political roots run deep,” the Associated Press reported Monday. As the daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, Liz Cheney’s ouster would also highlight the Republican party’s ongoing transformation from an establishment uniparty to a populist party that is less interested in the globalist agenda and more interested in America First policies.
Breitbart also noted Cheney's hatred of Donald Trump:
In the closing days of the race, Cheney deployed her father in a TV ad, which did not mention the state of Wyoming but mentioned Trump six times. “In our nation’s 246-year history, there has never been an individual who is a greater threat to our republic than Donald Trump,” Dick Cheney stated in the ad.
On Thursday, instead of speaking about local Wyoming issues, Cheney spouted off about the FBI raid of Trump’s home. “I have been ashamed to hear members of my party attacking the integrity of the FBI agents involved with the recent Mar-a-Lago search,” she claimed. “These are sickening comments that put the lives of patriotic public servants at risk.”
On Sunday, Cheney won the support of disgraced former Sen. Al Franken (D-MN), one of many uniparty establishment supporters in Hollywood and elsewhere. Cheney has also earned the support of Hillary Clinton and former President Barack Obama donors and has solicited Democrat votes, though the Wyoming DNC chairman believes there are not enough Democrat votes to help Cheney win.