Liz Cheney slammed these top GOP Senators with a bold insult as this interview flew off the rails

After her now-famous reelection loss, Liz Cheney is on the warpath.

The soon-to-be former Congresswoman went on an unhinged rant in a recent interview with ABC News.

And Cheney slammed these top GOP Senators with a bold insult as the interview flew off the rails.

Was she auditioning for The View?

Liz Cheney lost her Wyoming seat to a candidate endorsed by Trump and now she’s out for blood.

She dropped several big names during her recent interview with ABC, including Ted Cruz, Josh Hawley, Ron DeSantis, and Kevin McCarthy.

Specifically, Cheney stated that Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley have now become “unfit for future office.”

She also accused them of behavior that she claims is a threat to our Constitution.

Since her massive loss, Cheney has openly discussed plans to start a new political organization and has dropped hints that she might try for a 2024 Presidential run.

She vowed that she would keep working against so-called “election deniers” to ensure that they don’t remain in power.

Cheney also stated that she plans to “work to support their opponents.”

The former Congresswoman went even further, stating that Kevin McCarthy shouldn’t be the Speaker of the House if Republicans retake the majority.

She even went on to hurl accusations at Ron DeSantis, insinuating that he campaigns for “election deniers.”

What’s next for Liz Cheney?

It’s clear that Liz Cheney won’t go away quietly after her recent loss.

She’s still co-chair of Nancy Pelosi’s Kangaroo Court investigating the January 6 incident at the Capitol.

Cheney was also one of 10 Republicans who voted to impeach Trump and stated that people who continue to support Trump are “very dangerous.”

During the interview, she also claimed that large portions of the GOP are “very sick.”

So, what will happen now, and what are her plans for the future?

Cheney wouldn’t clarify whether or not she’s planning to run for President in 2024 or which party she’d run under.

However, she did state that if she did run, her goal would be to win the race, which is laughable on its face given her recent reelection flop. 

These latest statements come at a very precarious time for the Republican Party.

The FBI search of Mar-a-Lago and an outcry against the agency are creating division within the party, which could threaten the chances of a sweeping win during the Midterms.

Lindsey Graham of South Carolina has also been under the gun, temporarily dodging a court order to testify in front of a grand jury regarding Georgia’s Presidential election results.

With so much turmoil in the headlines, it seems that Liz Cheney is using these issues as a moment of opportunity. 

But if she decides to run as a Republican, it’s not yet clear whether or not anyone in the party would support her enough to see a win.

Cheney’s recent statements against some of the GOP’s biggest players is most likely going to backfire for anything except landing her a cushy job as a pundit on The View

Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.