(Ezekiel Loseke, Headline USA) J6 Tribunal conspirator Rep. Liz Cheney, RINO-Wyo., has a meager 10% chance of winning re-election after voting to impeach President Donald Trump and backing myriad Democrat-driven disasters.
Cheney’s negatives grew exponentially after her decision to side with Democrats in impeaching Trump. Before her impeachment vote, Cheney’s negatives polled at 26%. After the vote, they rose to 72%, according to CNN’s senior data reporter.
Cheney continues to call herself a Republican, but the Wyoming GOP voted to censure her in February of 2021. In November of 2021, it voted not to recognize Cheney as a Republican. Both votes were responses to Cheney’s traitorous decision to impeach Trump.
Cheney has also lashed the Republican Party on Twitter. She accused her peers, the Republicans in the House of Representatives, of “enable[ing] white nationalism, white supremacy, and antisemitism.”
Cheney disliked her party so much that she wanted to be removed from its leadership, according to former New Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie.
Cheney is not popular with the Republican Party, but Democrats have openly shown support for the RINO.
Obama’s Attorney General, Eric Holder, gushed over Cheney,
“She’s got guts. She is doing a service to this nation the likes of which I’ve not seen for some time,” he said.
Likewise, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., has been delighted with the RINO’s work for the J6 Inquisition, saying that Cheney has performed “excellently” with her active participation in the witch hunt.
Trump addressed Cheney’s love affair with leftism saying, “There is no RINO in America who has thrown in her lot with the radical Left more than Liz Cheney.”