Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney went all-in on Nancy Pelosi’s January 6 witch hunt against Donald Trump.
But that decision is about to cost her big time.
And CNN just revealed a harsh reality that Liz Cheney must come to grips with.
Wyoming is the most conservative state in America, delivering Donald Trump his largest margin of victory nationwide in both 2016 and 2020.
The overwhelming majority of voters in Wyoming want a Representative in Congress who will fight against Joe Biden and the Democrats’ socialist agenda with everything they’ve got.
But even though she represents Wyoming’s At-Large Congressional District, Liz Cheney has done the exact opposite in Washington, D.C.
Instead of standing up and fighting for Wyoming values, Liz Cheney spends all of her time helping Nancy Pelosi carry out her witch hunt against Donald Trump.
Wyoming voters prepare to fire Cheney
Liz Cheney’s teaming up with Pelosi and the Democrats landed her a tough challenger in the upcoming August 23 Republican Primary.
Donald Trump, who made defeating Liz Cheney one of his top priorities this year, is supporting attorney Harriet Hageman in the Primary.
The latest polls show Hageman defeating Cheney by a wide margin on August 23.
Cheney is counting on enough Democrats to show up and vote in the Primary to help her defeat Hageman.
But Wyoming is such a Republican-heavy state that Liz Cheney would need virtually every Democrat to make the effort to go vote for her in the Primary just to have a chance at defeating Hageman.
Liz Cheney is facing a harsh reality
Of course, Liz Cheney’s war against Donald Trump has made her a darling of the corporate-controlled media.
Cheney frequently appears on CNN to give updates on their witch hunt against Donald Trump to the handful of leftists who still tune in to the network.
But even CNN knows Cheney is in trouble on August 23.
And on Monday, CNN editor-at-large Chris Cillizza penned an op-ed about the harsh reality Cheney must come to grips with next month.
“The simple fact is that Cheney is very unlikely to beat Harriet Hageman in next month’s primary,” Cillizza wrote. “Hageman has the support of former President Donald Trump, as well as a number of top Republicans including, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy.”
Cillizza also brought up Cheney asking Democrats to turn out and vote for her on August 23, which he pointed out would not work due to the small number of Democrats in the state.
“While Cheney has tried to recruit Democrats to cross party lines and support her — and some undoubtedly will — it’s hard to see that making a real difference in the outcome of the race in such an overwhelmingly Republican state,” he wrote.
“Simply put: Cheney looks likely to lose,” Cillizza added.
Although Cillizza doesn’t expect Cheney to win her re-election, he did throw out an outrageous suggestion that she run as an Independent candidate for President in 2024 to peel off votes from the Republicans.
“Assuming Trump is the Republican nominee, such a candidacy could skim off enough votes to potentially hamstring the former President’s chances of winning,” Cillizza wrote. “(Presumably Cheney, who is conservative on most issues, would appeal more to Republicans than Democrats),” he added.
No one really knows if Liz Cheney will run as an Independent in 2024 or not.
Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.