Liz Cheney Just Killed Her Political Career
Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) resumed her feud with former President Donald Trump on Monday, attacking him for the “big lie” that last year’s presidential election was rigged, effectively putting an end to her political career. Liz is now acting as a kamikaze pilot, dropping bombs all over her own head.
On Monday morning, Trump’s Save America PAC issued a statement declaring that the presidential election “will be classified as THE BIG LIE!” from now on. This did not sit well with Cheney, who responded less than an hour later on Twitter.
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Cheney said, “The 2020 presidential election was not rigged.” “Anyone who says it was does so by spreading THE BIG LIE, abandoning the rule of law, and poisoning our political system.”
This comes after Cheney said that Trump’s not running for re-election in 2024 is “important.”
Cheney told the Washington Examiner, “I don’t think that’s going to happen.” “And, after what he did, I believe it is important that it not happen.”
She also claimed that she “certainly will never vote for a Democrat” and that she believes Trump “should not be president again.”
Trump retaliated with his own tweet.
“Liz Cheney’s poll numbers in Wyoming are so bad, and she has so little support, even from the Wyoming Republican Party, that she’s looking for a way out of her Congressional campaign. According to all polls, she has no chance of winning,” Trump said.
“She’ll either be another lobbyist or, in order to save face, she’ll run for President and embarrass her family,” he said. “This warmongering fool wants to remain in the Middle East and Afghanistan for another 19 years, but he ignores Russia and China!”
Cheney was one of ten House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump for reportedly inciting a riot in the Capitol in January, a decision that has put her in hot water with a slew of consequences.
Cheney was one of ten House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump in January for allegedly inciting the Capitol riot, a decision that has enraged many conservatives. Trump has stated that he is “beyond seriously” considering running for president in 2024, much to her dismay.
Last month, Trump said, “First and foremost, it’s been a long time.” “The chances, the odds,” says the narrator. What are the chances? Look, I’ve got a lot of numbers on my side. No one has ever had the figures I have. No sitting president has come even close.”
“They see how bad things are at the border, so there is more popularity now than there was the day before the election,” he said. “They are aware of the situation.