The Wicked Witch of Wyoming is Dead

Liz Cheney gets slaughtered

President Trump killed the wicked witch of Wyoming, namely Wyoming RINO Liz Cheney, politically speaking. And his destruction of Cheney was decisive.

The Trump-backed challenger Harriet Hageman thrashed Cheney in what is undoubtedly one of the most  widely-watched Republican primary showdowns.

It wasn’t even close.

The race was called by NBC with only 10 percent of the precincts reporting. At that point, Cheney had amassed just 30 percent of the vote compared with Hageman’s 65 percent. With numbers like that, you understand why the crooked FBI targeted Trump in the raid of his Mar-a-Lago home.

The 56-year-old Cheney received massive support from Democrats from around the country. Further, in hopes of handing Trump a primary loss, Democrats crossed party lines to support the RINO traitor. But no amount of money or legit-only Democrat votes could save the daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney.

If there were one so-called Republican whom Trump wanted to defeat, Cheney was it. What a trophy Trump can put on his wall. And this is a win for the country, as Pelosi will lose an ally in the House.

The New York Post posted the count of Trump’s revenge against 10 House Republicans and seven Republican senators who voted to impeach or convict him of inciting last year’s Capitol riot. Further, many of these RINOs want to move on from the obvious theft that occurred in the 2020 President Election.

However, if Cheney’s defeat is any indication, the rest of the country isn’t quite as ready to pretend nothing ever happened. But that doesn’t faze Cheney very much.

She’s hoping her big loss means it’s time to run for President.

Democrats, and let’s face it, that’s what Cheney really is, often mistake failure for success. Just hours after her epic 37 point loss, Cheney started floating the idea of a presidential win, something she’s done before.

According to WaPo:

The Post’s Aaron Blake writes that Cheney has left open the possibility before, but she suggested Wednesday that she’s not particularly chastened by her party’s historic rebuke. And she quickly converted her House campaign to a leadership committee aimed at thwarting Trump in 2024. Per Aaron:

The idea that Cheney would have virtually any shot at winning a national Republican primary after such a loss in her home state is evidently laughable. And Cheney is shrewd enough to know that.
Even in the best of circumstances for Cheney — a timeline in which she is smartly playing the long game and banking on Trump’s ultimate downfall — the 2024 campaign is very near. As Cheney noted, the first campaigns are likely to launch within a few months. There are also few signs of any major anti-Trump shift in the party, despite Trump’s series of legal problems and signs GOP voters might look elsewhere — such as to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) — for their next nominee. It’s also possible Cheney is merely using this speculation, as many politicians do, to remain politically relevant.
Of course, nothing can save Cheney’s career at this point. Polls show she took 3 out of every 10 votes in her own state, and for the record, that’s where she is most popular. Around the rest of the country, she won’t garner half as many. However, she’s free to throw her hat in the ring. You know what they say to leftists: if at first you don’t succeed, lose and lose again.




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