Primaried RINO loser Liz Cheney has seemingly made it her life’s mission to run the populist conservative movement into the ground. Cheney is wildly unpopular among actual conservatives, evidenced alone by her massive defeat earlier this year to a Trump-backed Republican candidate. It’s clear she wants the establishment uniparty to remain in power at the expense of Americans’ freedoms and desires.
None of this is new; Cheney long despised Donald Trump, stemming in part both from his commentary on daddy Dick’s gutless crusade in the Middle East as well as his attack on the entrenched Republican establishment. Trump ruined her family name – rightfully so – and threatened to wake up Americans to the reality of our ruling class.
For that, he had to go. Cheney became an outspoken critic of his presidency and foamed at the mouth with rapid TDS to impeach him after January 6th. She has since served as the nominal Republican in the alleged “bipartisan” committee to uncover the truth of what happened that day, minus actually finding out the actual truth.
Now, in addition to going after Trump personally, the despicable Liz Cheney is going after anyone with a meaningful “R” behind their name. She has famously been outspoken against Arizona’s Kari Lake, who should win in a landslide against the cowardly Katie Hobbs, and she is now going a step further with outright endorsements of Democrat candidates.
The Hill reported that Liz Cheney had thrown her support behind an incumbent Democrat in a competitive Michigan district. All that’s left to do is announce her allegiance to Hillary Clinton, which by the way, would be fantastic. We get to keep Tulsi Gabbard; they get to keep Liz Cheney. Do we need any more proof which side is better?
In a statement expressing her endorsement, Cheney brought out all of the typical empty platitudes about service, honor, representation, and the like:
“I’m proud to endorse Elissa Slotkin,” read the Cheney statement. “Serving together on the Armed Services Committee, I have come to know Elissa as a good and honorable public servant who works hard for the people she represents, wants what’s best for the country, and is in this for the right reasons.”
In addition to the public release, Cheney has spoken about her love affair with the big-government Democrat Slotkin. Speaking at Harvard, she commented:
“Women who, I may have big disagreements with them on some issues, but man, they are there for the right reason, they work hard, and I know they want what’s best for the country and I know that we can have a discussion and a disagreement and figure out where we agree,” she said. “And I know that those are the kinds of people that you can trust with the future of this country.”
Of Slotkin, the Hill wrote:
Slotkin, a second-term congresswoman representing Michigan’s 8th Congressional District, is embroiled in a tight reelection race that the nonpartisan Cook Political Report has rated a “toss up.” She is running in the newly redrawn Michigan 7th Congressional District against Republican state Sen. Thomas Barrett, who has questioned the fairness of the 2020 presidential election.
Slotkin is a member of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee’s Frontline program, which is reserved for lawmakers running for competitive seats. According to FiveThirtyEight, however, she is favored to win the race over Barrett, with the outlet’s polling average showing Slotkin leading with 50.7 percent to Barrett’s 46.6 percent.
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