Rep. Liz Cheney let America know where her loyalties lie by tweeting out her view that the 2020 presidential election was won by Biden fair and square despite all the red flags uncovered by grassroots patriots. Furthermore, Cheney made it clear that she will not be doing anything meaningful to prevent a repeat of that calamity. On top of that, she failed to speak out against the wrongful imprisonment of peaceful political protesters who came to the Capitol on January 6.
To add insult to injury, Liz was photographed giving a fist bump to Joe Biden when he came to address Congress. Wyoming voters should recognize immediately that Cheney is working for the other side. They elected a Republican, not a Democrat. Why should they be deprived of the representation they were promised? That is the question grassroots activists in Wyoming are asking themselves, and it is sure to come to the surface in the primary elections.
Despite all this, Liz Cheney is still not getting the message. She continued to castigate President Trump at a closed-door gathering of Establishment donors in the elite resort town of Sea Island, Georgia. “It’s a poison in the bloodstream of our democracy,” she said about the claims of fraud in the 2020 elections. That may be Cheney’s opinion, but two-thirds of Republican voters believe in irregularities in the 2020 election according to multiple recent surveys.
No Republican will win another presidential election until the fraudulent voting tricks by Dems are stopped. If Cheney gets her way, she’d be giving Biden fist bumps and high-fives for the next eight years while refugees and illegal aliens overrun our country. We do not hear Cheney, Romney, or other anti-Trumpers doing anything meaningful to stand up against Biden, as Trump has done and will do again. Republicans who downplay election fraud should resign or be defeated in their next primary. Grassroots activists do not see a place in the Republican Party for those who think election integrity is “poison.” We the People must demand complete accountability in both the elections and the elected offices.