CNN Had a Very Bad, Terrible Day in Wyoming Trying to Find Support for Low-Polling Cheney

Low-polling Liz Cheney is bucking for a new nickname, perhaps even setting her sights on “Bat-shit crazy Liz”, though Nancy Pelosi seems to have that one wrapped up.

This discovery was made after CNN decided to travel beyond the ends of their known earth, which the rest of us know as Wyoming, to do a little puff piece on Cheney. The problem was, CNN could not find any puffs to do the piece on.

According to the Daily Wire, CNN took a trip to the Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming to ask Cheney’s constituents what they thought of her. It is hard to imagine CNN taking this trip if they didn’t think they would find a lot of Liz supporters and, in what must have been quite a hit to their echo chamber ego, they found only disgust for turncoat Liz.

Liz Cheney, not only voted for President Trump’s impeachment (hoax), but she is also co-chair of the January 6th Unselect Committee–that must have its roots deep within the CCP, the old Soviet Union, or Klaus Schwab’s basement. Cheney is so unpopular amongst Wyoming republicans that she has resorted to trying to convince democrats to change their voter registrations and vote for her in the republican primary.

These are some of the answers that CNN got when they queried voters if they would vote, or support Cheney:

Hell no…. She’s done us dirty, Look at how she’s done Trump. She is supposed to be supporting him, she is a Republican, for crying out loud.”

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Personally, I think she’s had three too many [term in Congress].”

“January 6th committee just repulsive.”

It’s all a hoax [Jan 6 Committee]. It’s all propaganda. It has nothing to do with anything. It’s a witch hunt.”

“She doesn’t know what her constituents want here anymore because she’s lost touch with the values of the people”

The highlight of the excursion is when the CNN reporter attempted to gaslight Wyoming voters by informing one that Liz “… says she’s defending what’s important to people here in Wyoming, upholding the rule of law and defending the constitution.

The voter lit up the CNN propagandist: “If that was the rule of law, why doesn’t he have a defense team in that courtroom? That ain’t a rule of law. That’s a kangaroo court. That’s not the Wyoming way.”

Watch the interview, which includes one white whale of support for Cheney.


The only reply Cheney’s office had to the embarrassing CNN excursion was to refer the Daily Wire to Liz’s closing statements in the primary debate in June–one of the few times Cheney was spotted in Wyoming, as she spends most of her time in the DC swamp, rubbing slimy elbows with other swamp creatures.

This is what Cheney tried to get Wyoming voters to believe about her:


“In Wyoming, we ride for the brand, and our brand is the United States Constitution,” she said. “So, I’m going to ask people for their vote. I’m going to work hard to earn that vote. But people need to know something about me. I will never put party above my duty to the country. I will never put party above my duty to the Constitution. I swore an oath under God and I will abide by that oath. I won’t say something that I know is wrong simply to earn the votes of people to earn political support.”

“We need to recognize that if we are not faithful to the Constitution, if we embrace lies, if we embrace the lies of Donald Trump, if we tell the people of Wyoming something is not true, we will soon find ourselves without the structure and the basis and the framework of our Constitutional Republic.

The projection and gaslighting is strong with this one.

Sorry low-polling, down by double digits Liz, the entire country knows the only brand you ride for is the Globalist brand–the World Economic Forum’s New Liberal Order brand. Bye.





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