To the shock of no one, Republican voters of Wyoming rejected Liz Cheney’s bid at re-elected. She was humiliated, because of her actions against the GOP in support of the left.
But it doesn’t seem Cheney has a firm grasp on reality. Because she recently claimed she was mulling a 2024 run… for president.
Wow, I don’t even know what to say. But a new poll reveals how badly that would go for her.
From The Blaze:
Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) confirmed last week that she is considering running for president in 2024.
But a new poll shows that if Cheney runs as an independent, her campaign would backfire and help former President Donald Trump if he is the Republican nominee against President Joe Biden…
With Cheney in the race, Trump would win by eight points over Biden, 37% to 29%, while Cheney would secure 11% of support.
Okay, let’s get one thing straight. Liz Cheney has to be crazy to think she has a chance at running for president.
First of all, she’s hated by the GOP. Wyoming Republicans censured her over her support of the left’s impeachment.
Beyond that, she lacks any political clout to run for the highest office in the land, after only being a lowly representative.
But if she were to run as a third-party candidate, a new poll suggests it would actually help Donald Trump.
The poll gauged how voters would vote if the 2024 race came down to Trump, Biden, and Cheney.
It seems the RINO would take votes away from Biden, giving Trump the lead.
It’s all academic at this point, though. Joe Biden is unlikely to run in 2024 and Trump hasn’t announced his plans.
Perhaps Cheney would have better luck running as a Democrat? She obviously likes them more than her own party.
But we’re secretly hoping she’ll run for president as a GOP primary candidate. We would love to watch her get destroyed… again… by Trump.
- Disgraced politician Liz Cheney claims she is considering a 2024 run.
- A new poll suggests that Cheney would help Trump win if Biden was also running.
- Most don’t believe Biden will run again; Trump has not announced his plans.
Source: The Blaze