Re: Backstabbing RINO whore Liz Cheney's Jan. 6 committee spotlight burns her in Wyoming primary

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Rep. Liz Cheney took on Donald Trump and voted to impeach and
investigate him. Back home, polls suggest she's trailing his
chosen challenger.

When the House committee investigating the 2021 attack on the
U.S. Capitol holds its first public hearing Thursday, Rep. Liz
Cheney will stand out as the Republican who broke ranks with her
party and with former President Donald Trump over his role in
inciting the mob.

But that national platform and crusade of hers is contributing
to Cheney's undoing with GOP voters at home in Wyoming,
according to polls and interviews with state Republicans who say
she’s becoming too identified with Washington politics that
damage the de facto leader of her own party.

Cheney is trailing her leading GOP primary rival, attorney
Harriet Hageman by 28-56 percent, according to a survey
chartered by the Hageman-backing super PAC, Wyoming Values, and
obtained by NBC News. The survey was conducted by Tony Fabrizio,
who also polls for former President Trump. It closely tracks
other polls in the state, according to Republican insiders.

“I think the race is kind of getting baked in here against
Cheney,” said Republican consultant Bill Cubin. “It wouldn’t be
so much that she’s participating in the Jan. 6 Committee — and
yes a lot of Republicans are uncomfortable with that — but
there’s this feeling she’s not really representing Wyoming
anymore.”

Some Cheney supporters privately echo the same sentiment, but
her campaign vehemently denies that she’s not home often enough
or that she has no way to come back before the Aug. 16 primary.

Travis Deti, executive director of the powerful Wyoming Mining
Association, said she has been a friend to the industry and the
jobs it brings.

"She and her staff are responsive and accessible, and she has
always been there to deliver for us. This is a fact … she has
served our industry well," Deti said via text message.

Last week, Cheney released her first major statewide ad buy that
tacitly spoke to the challenge by featuring testimonials from
everyday Wyomingites touting her candidacy and her home-state
bona fides.

The race stands as a measurement of how little Republican voters
care about the Jan. 6, 2021 Capitol riot, and it’s also a key
test of the power of Trump’s endorsement, which lost some of its
luster last month in Georgia. The race is one of the most
important to Trump because Cheney became the most outspoken
House Republican to call him out and impeach him for inciting
the mob, leading his political operation to recruit Hageman.

The Wyoming Values poll, released the day before Thursday’s Jan.
6 Committee’s first public hearing, was conducted last week to
measure the impact of a three-week pre-Memorial Day ad buy by
the super PAC ahead of Trump’s rally in the state for Hageman.

When Hageman first got in the race, she led by 8 points. Now
she's ahead by 28 points, after the ad buy touted Trump’s
endorsement of Hageman and framed Cheney as a tool of Democratic
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, according to Fabrizio's polls of the
race taken six months apart.

Three other Republicans in the race are mired in single digits,
one of whom ran an ad recently that bashed Cheney's vote to
impeach Trump. The conservative Club for Growth, which also
opposes Cheney, ran a commercial that likened her to Trump's
2016 rival, Hillary Clinton.

“Not only is Cheney getting creamed in the ballot, but Wyoming
[Republican primary voters] are clear that there is no room for
her to get back into this race,” Fabrizio wrote in a memo
obtained by NBC News. “A huge 71% majority say they will vote
against her, including 66% who will definitely vote against
Cheney no matter who she runs against. With only 26% saying they
will definitely or probably vote for Cheney, she has hit her
ceiling on the ballot.”

The survey did not directly measure attitudes about the Capitol
riot, nor did a survey released late last month that was
conducted by the Club for Growth and yielded similar numbers to
Fabrizio’s survey.

Club for Growth spokesman Joe Kildea said Cheney’s role on the
Jan. 6 committee and her strident opposition to Trump — who
remains a popular figure in the GOP — is too damaging for her
candidacy in a primary like Wyoming’s.

“She's definitely on the wrong side of the party,” Kildea said.

Fuck you Liz Cheney. You treacherous lying backstabbing whore.

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2022-election/cheneys-jan-6-
committee-spotlight-burns-wyoming-primary-rcna32616

Merrick Garland Nazi Party

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