CNN goes to Wyoming, asks voters if they will vote to reelect Liz Cheney, hilarious responses do not bode well for Jan. 6 RINO

If Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) thought she could join hands with House Democrats and bash former President Donald Trump for months on end and still hang on to her seat on Capitol Hill, it looks like she may be in for a huge shock: Not even CNN could drum up support for the Jan. 6 Committee member among Wyoming voters.

On August 16, voters in the Cowboy State will head to the polls for the midterm primary elections, and if attendees at a local fair are any indication, Cheney should probably start saving boxes and looking for something else to do.

As one user on Twitter put it, “hilarity ensues” when CNN asked Cheyenne, Wyoming, locals if Cheney will get their vote.

“Can I cuss?” asked Wyoming voter Sharon Tuggle. “Hell no!”

“Absolutely not,” stated Andrew Kahler.

When asked her thoughts on a fourth term for Cheney, one woman replied, “Personally, I think she’s had three too many.”

As CNN notes, in 2020 Trump took roughly 70% of the votes in Wyoming, so Cheney’s ruthless participation in what many Republicans view as a “sham hearing” was never going to play well with her constituents, but hearing them, one after another, flatly reject the notion of reelecting her has got to sting.

“She’s done us dirty,” Tuggle said. “Look at how she’s done Trump. I’m a Trump fan. I’m sorry.”

For Tuggle, her involvement on the Jan. 6 Committee was a deal breaker.

“She’s supposed to be supporting him,” Tuggle stated. “She’s a Republican, for crying out loud!”

According to Kahler, the Jan. 6 investigation “is all a hoax.”

“It’s all propaganda,” he continued. “It has nothing to do with anything. It’s a witch hunt.”

Another voter stated that Cheney’s work on the Jan. 6 Committee is “just repulsive.”

Voter Brett Kupec said the Committee is a “kangaroo court” and has nothing to do with the rule of law.

“That’s not the Wyoming way,” Kupec said.

And if the short but scathing CNN segment wasn’t enough to send Cheney running for a safe space, the reactions to the segment on Twitter just might.

“You’re dismissed, Liz,” wrote one user.

“It would be poetic justice if Liz Cheney winds up conducting these sorts of interviews after she loses her primary and goes begging CNN for a job,” tweeted another.

“Liz is a coward just like her father. I’m not a republican and I see that,” stated a third.

CNN has been sounding the alarm on Cheney’s reelection prospects for some time now.

As BizPac Review reported, in early July, CNN’s senior data reporter, Harry Enten, crunched the recent polling numbers and warned that “we shouldn’t mistake adoring press coverage and bipartisan bona fides for popularity in the place where popularity matters most for Cheney: Wyoming.”



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