(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Wyoming Republicans have apparently finally lost all hope in RINO Rep. Liz Cheney and concluded she doesn’t have a chance against a Trump-endorsed candidate Harriet Hageman in the state’s Aug. 16 GOP primary election, according to Breitbart.
Down big in the polls, Wyoming voters have realized that Cheney cares more about spending time during the campaign season with her fellow leftists, and people who have donated to Cheney in the past are not happy with her misguided priorities.
“While Cheney has spent most of the campaign season in Washington, DC, with Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) partisan January 6 committee, a former Cheney donor, Nancy Donovan, who has given over $35,000 to Cheney’s past campaigns, is now questioning Cheney’s mental state,” reported Breitbart.
In an interview with the Financial Times, Donovan suggested that Cheney’s strategy of going after Trump while being from the same political party as him was not a very smart idea.
“I sit there watching the January 6 hearings and I think: ‘Have you lost your mind?’” she said. “This man [Trump] has every major institution going after him, from the media to the swamp in Washington, DC, and now to have one of his own party do the same thing?”
Cheney was also criticized by political leaders in Wyoming, including the chair of the Teton County Republican Party, Mary Martin.
“Liz has broken a lot of people’s trust and that is against the cowboy code,” she told the Times.
Hageman, who leads the primary race by 30 points, said that Cheney betrayed the American people by participating in the J6 Inquisition and said that the RINO doesn’t represent Americans in her state.
“[Cheney] spends her time on the January 6 committee. She has stated very, very, very clearly that her priority is to block Donald Trump from ever being elected…” she said.
“People care about inflation… the open border… protection of our jobs… schools… our kids. That’s not what she cares about right now.”
“Now the election isn’t for another month,” he said. “The travel that I have done around the state, I think she has a lot of work to do if she hopes to win the primary.”