Soundly defeated Liz Cheney announces she’ll campaign for dems
Liz Cheney, a RINOcrat who was soundly rejected in her primary election bid to retain Wyoming’s single congressional seat is sourly emerging not only as a has-been, but as a never-again-will-be — following her 66.3% – 28.9% primary election loss to Trump-endorsed, Republican natural resources attorney Harriet Hageman. Cheney’s vote to impeach President Donald Trump was a career ender for her, though she isn’t alone. Eight of the 10 pro-impeachment Republicans have since either lost reelection or announced their congressional retirements.
Trump clobbered Biden in Wyoming, with his 69.94% vote total to Biden’s 26.55% making it his strongest win in the 2020 election. That robust showing doesn’t faze losing Liz, now blatantly committed to endorsing dems. She recently declared, “Partisanship has to have a limit.“ Cheney proves she has a short memory and has developed a preference for losing.
Liz Cheney, who has no roots in Arizona, is now committed to defeating Kari Lake