Liz Cheney has been so gassed up by Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats for her “work” on the Jan. 6 House Select Committee that she truly believes America would support a 2024 White House bid.
Let’s face it, America needs a RINO in the White House like it needs another foreign war. Ironically enough, that’s exactly what would happen if Cheney ever becomes commander in chief.
Cheney sat down for an interview with ABC to wax hysterical about Donald Trump as he ascends in popularity with a growing number of Americans. The embattled RINO lawmaker also didn’t rule out a 2024 bid of her own.
While speaking with John Karl on ABC’s This Week, the embattled Wyoming congresswoman – who voted to impeach former President Donald Trump – did not outright reject the possibility of making a bid for the Oval Office.
“You know, I haven’t made a decision about that yet,” Cheney replied, adding that she will make a decision about 2024 “down the road.”
Your pal Liz Cheney will run in 2024.
Voted no on Voting Rights
Voted no on Reproductive Rights
Celebrated the fall of Roe v Wade on Twitter
Voted no on Climate
Voted no on Obamacare
"A" rating from NRA
Supports water boarding; says it not torture. pic.twitter.com/EeGFkE3ZMd
— Don Winslow (@donwinslow) July 4, 2022
It appears Ms. Cheney is waiting for the results of the Wyoming primary election to fully assess just how unpopular she is with the American public.
Earlier in the interview, she discussed the January 6 Committee, saying that she believes “Donald Trump can absolutely never be anywhere near the oval office ever again.”
Cheney voted for Trump’s impeachment twice and has been the Republican Party’s leading voice against his America First agenda.
Cheney also insisted that Trump “can’t be the party nominee” and said she did not believe the Republican Party “would survive that.” She went on to suggest that millions of people had been “betrayed” by the former president following the 2020 presidential election.
EXCLUSIVE: The Republican Party cannot survive if Donald Trump is the nominee in 2024, Rep. Liz Cheney tells @JonKarl.
— ABC News (@ABC) July 4, 2022
The embattled Wyoming Republican is facing an uphill reelection battle as conservatives have largely rebuked her for taking sides with Democrats. The Wyoming Republican Party shunned Cheney especially after she voted to impeach President Trump.
Her challenger, Harriet Hageman, is a follower of Trump’s America First platform and ardently defends his claims that the 2020 presidential election was rigged by the Democrats. She told Breitbart that Cheney “has lost Wyoming. Liz Cheney doesn’t live in Wyoming. She doesn’t represent us. She doesn’t represent our values.”
In May, Trump held a rally in Wyoming for Hageman where he referred to Cheney as a “diehard globalist and warmonger.”
"The Cheneys are die-hard globalists and warmongers who have been plunging us into new conflicts for decades."
— Newsmax (@newsmax) May 28, 2022
Author: Ann Taylor