RINO Liz Cheney has become a laughingstock among Republicans. But she has no plans on leaving quietly.
And Liz Cheney humiliated herself on national TV with this one ridiculous statement.
Liz Cheney humiliated herself completely with one statement that she immediately regretted.
Liz Cheney, a RINO, has become a national laughingstock.
She will not leave quietly.
Liz Cheney completely embarrassed herself with one statement that she immediately regretted.
Voters handed Liz Cheney one of the most crushing defeats in recent history in the Republican primary for Wyoming’s lone Congressional seat.
Trump-backed Cheney was defeated by Harriet Hageman by nearly 40 points.
Normally, following such a humiliating primary defeat, a politician would get the hint.
Cheney, on the other hand, is more eager than ever to pursue her vendetta against former President Donald Trump.
During an appearance on NBC’s Meet the Press, Liz Cheney disgraced herself completely.
During the interview, Cheney told interviewer Chuck Todd that she will do “whatever it takes,” including running for President herself, to prevent Trump from resuming his presidency.
If Trump wins the nomination in 2024, Cheney claims the Republican Party will “shatter” and be replaced by a new Conservative Party.
“I think the Party has to either come back from where we are right now, which is a very dangerous and toxic place, or the Party will splinter and there will be a new Conservative Party that rises,” Cheney said.
Cheney hinted about a possible presidential run in 2024 with the intention of dethroning Trump.
Chuck Todd, the show’s host, informed Cheney that some people thought running as a “third-party candidate” in 2024 would be “enough to stop Trump.”
“Well, whatever it takes, we’ll do it. As I said, he will not be President again.”
Cheney running for President as a third party would be a huge help to Donald Trump in 2024.
Cheney’s supporters are Democrats and a small handful of misguided Never-Trumpers.
Regardless of who the Democrat nominee is in 2024, Cheney’s third-party run for president would cost them votes.
Cheney was asked what it would take to entice her to run for President.
“Look, I’m going to be very focused on all the things we’ve been talking about and I care deeply, as I know you do, as millions of people do, about this nation and about the blessing that we have as a Constitutional Republic,” Cheney said. “I am focused on what we’ve got to do to save the country from this very dangerous moment we’re in, not right now on whether I’m going to be a candidate or not.”
Cheney’s support would be less than a rounding error, whether she ran as an Independent or as a Republican.
Liz Cheney has set herself up for political irrelevance by believing she can reclaim the Republican Party from Trump.
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