Rep. Liz Cheney, who will likely have an exceedingly difficult time winning her reelection given that she was one of the RINO lawmakers who voted in favor of impeaching former President Donald Trump, will now face even more ridicule as an upcoming rally of Trump supporters in her home state of Wyoming will likely send the message that she’s out of luck.
According to Newsmax, Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz announced that he’ll be holding the Trump supporter rally on Thursday, adding that unlike Cheney, “I believe that we ought to embrace the spirit and style of President Trump.”
“Most of the members of the Republican conference don’t believe that Liz Cheney speaks for them,” Gaetz said, which is undoubtedly true as Cheney was one of only nine Republican lawmakers who caved to the pressure from Democrats who attempted to paint the president as some kind of monster for allegedly “inciting” the Capitol riots that took place on January 6.
“I subsided referencing folks by name for about a day or two,” Gaetz continued. “But after Liz became more, I think, problematic in her divergence from the perspective of the conference, it became untenable not to identify her as the key internal resistance within the Republican party to the American First Vision.”
In response to Gaetz’s rally, someone within Cheney’s office decided that attacking the Republican for holding a Trump rally would be the best course of action, saying “Rep. Gaetz can leave his beauty bag at home. In Wyoming, the men don’t wear makeup.”
Of course, that statement wasn’t criticized like it would be if a pro-Trump lawmaker would have made the same claim, what with all the gender rage and confusion on the left these days.
According to Politico, Cheney seems to be in real trouble with Trump voters in her state, as a recent poll conducted by a Trump Super PAC indicated that the Wyoming congresswoman is facing a 72 percent disapproval from Wyoming Republican voters and 62 percent disapproval from all likely voters.
“Just 10 percent of Republican primary voters and 13 percent of general election voters said they would vote to reelect her. The survey of 500 likely voters, which was conducted Jan. 25-26 by Trump pollster John McLaughlin, also presents Cheney as profoundly weak in a Republican primary,” the report said.
Some of Trump’s closest advisers have gone on record in recent weeks indicating that the former president is gearing up to make sure that the GOP lawmakers who voted in favor of impeachment will suffer the consequences of being primaries by pro-Trump candidates in the next election.
In other words, it’s probably time for Cheney to begin seeking a new line of work.
ARTICLE SOURCE: thefederalistpapers.org