Liz Cheney just lost her congressional seat last week and now she’s coming for Republicans. The newly unemployed Cheney recently spoke to ABC News about her plans now that she is not an elected official
Liz Cheney isn’t happy after losing her seat and she’s turned her rage towards Republicans
According to The Daily Wire, In a statement on Sunday, Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) said that she would support GOP candidates who are “election deniers.”
The remarks were made by Cheney during an appearance on ABC’s “This Week.”
After her primary defeat, GOP Rep. Liz Cheney tells @jonkarl that she will focus on working to keep election deniers out of office.— This Week (@ThisWeekABC) August 21, 2022
“I’m going to work against those people, I'm going to work to support their opponents. I think it matters that much.” https://t.co/ztgdHLNV99 pic.twitter.com/cHDGCmvihJ
The remarks come after Cheney suffered a landslide loss in last week’s Wyoming GOP primary on Tuesday. Trump-endorsed Harriet Hageman defeated her.
It appears Cheney remains defiant in her quest against former President Donald Trump. A left-leaning panel on ABC’s “This Week” praised her despite her defeat in her own state.
GOP Rep. Liz Cheney is “committed not only to sort of take down Donald Trump but to take down the sickness of her party,” The Atlantic staff writer @MarkLeibovich tells @jonkarl.— This Week (@ThisWeekABC) August 21, 2022
"I think she will be an extremely relevant figure in her party." https://t.co/0Ly19zUIYS pic.twitter.com/5xn7ISXf4k
Among the panelists was USA Today’s Susan Page, who suggested Cheney could run for president in any of the next three presidential elections.
Following her loss in the primary, Cheney hinted that she might run for president again in the future.
According to her, running for president in 2024 is something she is considering, and a decision will be made in the coming months.
Liz Cheney may be out of public office but that clearly doesn’t mean she is out of politics. Cheney seems determined to seek revenge against Republicans, it’s going to be interesting to see how conservatives and the GOP respond.