As we learned a couple of weeks ago, January 6 select committee member Rep. Liz Cheney’s campaign has been sending mail to Wyoming Democrats with instructions on how to switch parties to vote for her in the state’s August primary. We’ll see how many Democrats switch parties for a day just to vote for Cheney. She’s told ABC that the most important issue to voters isn’t inflation or gas prices, but protecting the nation from Donald Trump. The New York Times has a piece out this weekend talking about Cheney’s Democratic megadonors and her “crossover appeal.”
— Kate Kelly (@katekelly) July 9, 2022
Dear @maggieNYT NO, this is not a thing. Sincerely, The American People.
— It’s not “Both Sides” 🇺🇦🌻 (@val_casto) July 9, 2022
I think it does say something about the current political climate, but whatever that is will not matter much beyond January 2023, which is the last time she will hold any elected office of note
— Kirara Decline 🧺 (@CodecMendoza) July 9, 2022
It says she’ll lose her primary and disappear into irrelevance like Bob Corker and Jeff Flake before her.
— Moti O’Breen (@Jmpr12LP) July 9, 2022
You go girl. Thread that needle Liz.
— Rob (@Rob69546362) July 9, 2022
It's all a grift. She's milking out the money she can before she loses by 50 and becomes the token conservative on a morning talk show.
— Kevin Aldrich (@KevinAldrich2) July 9, 2022
The enemy of my enemy is my friend – temporarily.
Her newly discovered “friends” thought her father was Darth Vader and didn’t think much more of her pre-Trump.
This too shall pass.
— ⚖️Conservative Law⚖️ (@Oilman42usLaw) July 9, 2022
— steve (@FlahertySteve) July 9, 2022
You're kidding, right?
— Baby Lives Matter ☦🇺🇸 (@CurmudgeonlyOpa) July 9, 2022
— Dark maga 🌑 sketchy ketchup (@Falcon325) July 9, 2022
She will get crushed
— THERRERA (@THERRER87853969) July 9, 2022
What's her approval rating in Wyoming? You know, the state she actually represents?
I guess she can carpetbag somewhere else when she gets annihilated in the primary.
— No Body (@bpoppap) July 9, 2022
LMAO "has refused to rule out a presidential campaign in 2024…". So have I and we've both got the same chance of winning.
— Tim Starker 🦬 (@tstar830) July 9, 2022
Crossover appeal suggests she has a significant number of Republican supporters. Generally crossover means more fans, not a change in who your fans are.
— DavidStrom (@DavidStrom) July 9, 2022
She is toast
— TRM (@TRM81611) July 9, 2022
When your opponents love you, you're the idiot.
— Neal Hyde (@NealHyde2) July 9, 2022
Of course. She's gone and nothing is going to save her.
— NeVeRMoRe (@Bird_or_Devil) July 9, 2022
We heard as long ago as March that “those close to” Cheney and Rep. Adam Kinzinger expect one or both of them to mount a presidential campaign in 2024.
Mollie Hemingway finds Rep. Liz Cheney’s view of the most important issue facing America ‘truly something to behold’ https://t.co/SSrU6w08cS
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) July 4, 2022
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