This is embarrassing, but we have to talk about it, Liz Cheney has let her out-of-control ego show, and no one seems to care enough about her to tell her to clean it up and tuck it in.
The embattled former US Rep, who rose to power immediately upon entering office in Washington DC because of her Daddy’s position with the Republican party at the time, crashed spectacularly after choosing to pick a fight with President Donald J. Trump and was removed from office by Republican voters.
All along the way, Cheney proved that she didn’t really understand how the Representative Republic works.
Cheney couldn’t drop out of power gracefully after losing in the Republican primary, as Republicans revolted against her; she continued to be pouty to the very end when trashing Trump and his conservative-Populist movement in her concessions speech.
Newsweek reported about her pouty speech:
“Cheney was defeated by her GOP opponent Harriet Hageman, who was endorsed by former President Donald Trump and will not return for a fourth congressional term next year.
Cheney, Trump’s harshest critic in the Republican Party, made it clear in her remarks from Jackson, Wyoming, that she would not back down from her denouncements of the former president and urged Americans to unite against Trump’s failed efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election.
The congresswoman reminded the crowd on Tuesday that she had won in a landslide just four years ago—and argued that she could have done it again this midterm cycle, but said it would have required her to toe Trump’s line.
Admitting that she wasn’t in politics to represent the will of the people, nor does she care about the consent of the governed, Cheney proved that serving the public is really more about her personal agenda for power and control.
Listen as she said that in her fare-thee well speech:
“No House seat, no office in this land is more important than the principles that we are all sworn to protect, and I well understood the potential political consequences of abiding by my duty. Our republic relies upon the goodwill of all candidates for office to accept honorably the outcome of elections. And tonight, Harriet Hageman has received the most votes in this primary. She won. I called her to concede the race. This primary election is over but now the real work begins.”
She said nothing is as important to her as her personal agenda. That is why she lost.
And now she is trying to humiliate herself in front of the world again.
Little Cheney’s Daddy, former Vice President under George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, had pushed his daughter to lead his ongoing battle against Conservatives and America First agenda, as he got behind his little girl and prodded her along all along taking shots at Trump, himself.
Many people wonder if her Daddy is behind her as Liz goes on to her next stage of attack on Trump and his supporters.
Of course, Cheney’s anticipate move to run for POTUS could just be a fundraising scheme or an attempt to peel off votes from the Populist Leader.
Cheney spoke to a group of supporters in pro-CCP Boston, MA recently and took digs at Trump again, continuing with her already failed ideology:
“I believed he needed to be removed from office immediately,” Cheney says in response to President Trump’s conduct on January 6th.
— The Heights (@bcheights) March 23, 2023
Former Republican Rep. Liz Cheney suffered a brutal defeat in her primary last August and has officially left office, Martin Walsh reported for Conservative Brief, adding:
After calling Trump the “most dangerous domestic threat” and claiming Americans must “take great care in whom we entrust with power,” Cheney said “we’ll see what happens” when asked about possibly leaving the Republican Party.
“She had said she was mulling a possible presidential run in 2024 and has repeatedly said she plans to do whatever it takes to defeat Trump to ensure he doesn’t serve a second term in the White House,” NBC News reported.
Rumors have been swirling about Cheney running for president in 2024, particularly given her obvious vendetta against Trump.
For her part, Cheney has dropped several clues that she may run, Walsh reported, adding:
“At this point, I have not made a decision about 2024. I am really very focused on the substance of what we have to do on the select committee, very focused on the work that I have to do to represent the people of Wyoming, and I’ll make a decision about 2024 down the road,” Cheney said.
While speaking at The Texas Tribune Festival, she threatened to leave the Republican Party if Donald Trump is the 2024 nominee.
“I’m going to make sure Donald Trump, I’m going to do everything I can to make sure he is not the nominee. And if he is the nominee, I won’t be a Republican,” she said.
She also gave an interesting answer when asked if she would run for president in 2024.
“It’s not about me or making a decision about what I’m going to do,” she said. “I certainly will do whatever it takes to make sure Donald Trump isn’t anywhere close to the Oval Office.”
Cheney also recently headlined the American Enterprise Institute’s annual Constitution Day Lecture and invoked Abraham Lincoln’s “call for a patriotism” grounded in “reverence to the Constitution” and how it’s “essential in protecting our inheritance of liberty, and why we must resist the rise of a mobocratic spirit.”
She told the TODAY Show she was “thinking about” joining the 2024 Republican presidential race.
Liz Cheney is joining us live. @SavannahGuthrie is speaking with her about the defeat in the Wyoming Republican primary, her take in the message the voters were sending, and where she goes from here. pic.twitter.com/xrpOMs5fAv
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) August 17, 2022
“That’s a decision that I’m going to make in the coming months, and I’m not going to make any announcements here this morning. But it is something that I am thinking about, and I’ll make a decision in the coming months,” Cheney responded when asked if she had considered a White House bid.