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Trump Moves to Take Down Impeacher Liz Cheney

Trump Moves to Take Down Impeacher Liz Cheney
Trump Moves to Take Down Impeacher Liz Cheney

Trump Moves to Take Down Impeacher Liz Cheney

The good citizens of Wyoming will go to the polls today to participate in their state’s primary elections. The Republicans will vote on a variety of issues, including who will serve as their representative in Congress.

There is little hope for Liz Cheney’s re-election, given that she is a moderate Republican who has consistently opposed Donald Trump. Trump has already shown support for her opponent. What takes place in the next few moments will decide the future of this false Republican.It appears that Liz Cheney was unsuccessful in her gamble of supporting the swamp. Back in 2021, she was an advocate for the left’s second attempt to impeach President Trump through the impeachment process.

The people she knew and loved back in her hometown were quick to criticize her. At that time, an intelligent person would have promptly turned around and gone the other way. Make amends and show your support for the GOP. Instead, Cheney stepped up her anti-Trump efforts by doubling and even tripling down. She sided with Nancy Pelosi, a liberal who is reviled by conservatives, and agreed to head up her “J6 Commission.”

Because of Trump’s support for Harriet Hageman, the woman is currently leading Cheney in the polls by an astounding 29-point margin. We are well aware that polls do not always provide results that are 100% correct; but, with such a large margin, there is little opportunity for error. In order for Cheney to triumph in her primary, nothing short of a miracle is required.

Surprisingly, substantial funds from liberal contributors have been given to her campaign. It would appear that folks from other parts of the country are more concerned about Cheney than her own constituents in Wyoming. Today, a large number of them will be heading to the polls to cast their votes and pick who will serve as their representative for the upcoming two years. A candidate sponsored by Trump who makes the commitment to prioritize their needs? Or a politician from the establishment who is always working against the interests of her own party. I believe that the choice is quite straightforward. But I’m sure we’ll find out quite quickly.

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