There is no worse Republican in Washington, D.C. than Liz Cheney.
But Cheney may not be in Congress for much longer.
And it’s all because one brand new poll shows her on the cusp of suffering a career-ending defeat.
Liz Cheney is perhaps the most liberal Republican in Washington, D.C. today.
From voting with Democrats on impeachment to openly backing liberal primary challengers against conservative champions like Thomas Massie, Cheney has been on the wrong side of almost every single political issue in the country.
She’s also supported billions of dollars in new taxpayer spending that the American people can’t afford, and has a terrible record on defending the Bill of Rights, particularly when it comes to government interference in Americans’ 4th Amendment right.
But Cheney, who represents one of the most conservative states in the entire country, may not be around for much longer to continue to vote with the Left in Congress.
The Washington Examiner reports, “In the afterglow of former President Donald Trump’s rally to defeat Rep. Liz Cheney in the Aug. 16 House Republican primary, challenger Harriet Hageman is feeling confident about her odds.
The primary is one of the most-watched contests in 2022, with Trump and allies making Cheney, first elected to Wyoming’s lone House seat in 2016, a top target. She became a fierce critic of Trump over his conduct in office, joining fellow Rep. Adam Kinzinger as the only Republicans on the Jan. 6 committee.”
The GOP primary in Wyoming could end up making the end of Cheney’s career.
And the end couldn’t come any sooner.
Cheney has zero excuses for her own liberal voting record, nor does she have any excuse to be made when she backed liberal primary challengers to conservative heroes in Congress.
Time and time again, she has either surrendered to the Left or outright betrayed the conservative cause by openly siding with them.
And now, her record is coming back to haunt her.
“GOP Rep. Liz Cheney is down 30 points in a new survey of her August primary conducted by the Club for Growth, which is opposing the embattled incumbent.
The poll, which provides perhaps the starkest illustration yet of the political peril Cheney faces this year, shows Wyoming attorney Harriet Hageman garnering 56 percent of the vote to Cheney’s 26 percent in the GOP primary. A third Republican got 12 percent support, and just 6 percent are undecided,” adds Politico.
The primary is still some months away however, and Cheney is now hoping to be bailed out of the Republican primary by Democrats in the state, who are permitted to change their party registration on the same day as the GOP primary in August.
At this point, her only path to winning re-election in the GOP primary is to get Democrats to vote for her, which demonstrates just how far off the rails Cheney has gone in one of the most conservative states in the entire country.