“I’m fighting hard,” Cheney declared. “No matter what happens on Aug. 16, I’m going to wake up on Aug. 17 and continue to fight hard to ensure Donald Trump is never anywhere close to the Oval Office ever again.”
In the interview, Jake Tapper asked Cheney if her participation in the J6 tribunal was worth losing her position representing the people of Wyoming. Cheney replied, “there’s no question. I believe that my work on this committee is the single most important thing I’ve done professionally.”
Cheney reported understanding her obligations in binary terms. She said, if she had to “choose between maintaining a seat in the House of Representatives,” and “ensuring the American people know the truth about Donald Trump,” then she would pick “the truth every single day,” or at least her version of the truth.
Cheney reported feeling that her oath of office meant she “cannot embrace and enable a -president as dangerous as Donald Trump.”
Even CNN’s analysts described the Tapper interview as an attempt to frame the RINO’s very probable primary loss as but one part of a continuing narrative, which tried to paint Cheney in a favorable light.
Although it’s clear that Wyoming Republicans find nothing favorable about Cheney, who has repeatedly fallen prey to her manic case of Trump Derangement Syndrome over loyalty to ‘her‘ party. The Republican Party of Wyoming voted to stop recognizing Cheney as a Republican.
Cheney responded to her party’s dissatisfaction by sending Wyoming Democrats instructions on how to change parties to vote for her in the up-and-coming primary.
Cheney’s primary is only one of the Republican Party’s opportunities to exorcise RINOs. Alaska has an opportunity to rid the Senate of the perpetual leftward drag of Lisa Murkowski and replace it with Trump-backed candidate Kelly Tshibaka.