Despite recently losing her leadership role in the Republican Party, Liz Cheney vowed to remain active in the 2022 midterms. The party’s leading RINO said she looks to shift Republicans toward a “Cheney Party” after splintering with the MAGA caucus currently taking hold.
Sources close to Cheney have revealed she plans to make her case to the public with speeches and other appearances. Her goal is to mold a future of the Republican party away from Trump’s America-First agenda.
Recent polling has shown abysmal approval for the warmongering lawmaker yet she remains steadfast in her role as RINO-in-Chief. The American people have put their stamp of approval on Trump’s America-First agenda, but Cheney still believes she can convince them otherwise.
Cheney is in deep trouble in her next election according to recent polling. According to recent reports, the congresswoman with a negative net public approval. Cheney’s unfavorable rating stands at 65 percent with a net public approval of -36 percent.
Additionally, 52 percent said they would vote for Cheney’s opponent – no matter who it is. Conversely, the same poll found Trump’s favorability to be an overwhelming 60 percent net positive.
Cheney hijacked the House floor on Tuesday right as she was set to step down as conference chair. She verbosely denounced former President Donald Trump and aired her grievances about the current state of the Republican Party.
Liz Cheney’s full House floor speech:
“The election is over…that is our constitutional process. Those who refuse to accept the rulings of our courts are at war with the Constitution…Remaining silent and ignoring the lie emboldens the liar. I will not participate in that.” pic.twitter.com/sGZRaknBPc
— JM Rieger (@RiegerReport) May 12, 2021
This diatribe allowed Cheney to speak on the record about her disagreement with Trump’s party before officially being dismissed from her leadership position.
Author: Sebastian Hayworth