House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has made an epic move, endorsing so-called Republican Representative Liz Cheney’s opponent, Harriet Hageman.
“After spending time with Harriet, it is readily apparent she will always listen and prioritize the needs of her local communities and is focused on tackling our nation’s biggest problems,” McCarthy said. “I look forward to serving with Harriet for years to come.”
“McCarthy’s endorsement of Cheney’s opponent is historic. Party leaders usually never endorse against sitting members of Congress. But after Cheney deserted the Republican party by allying herself with House Speaker Pelosi’s January 6 committee and reportedly ‘orchestrated unprecedented’ Republican sabotage, McCarthy presumably believed Cheney must be ousted from her seat,” reports Breitbart News.
“Cheney was removed as GOP conference chair in May after the Republican caucus held a no-confidence vote upon reaching a boiling point with Dick Cheney’s daughter,” according to Breitbart News.
The Wyoming GOP no longer recognizes Cheney as a Republican.
The Republican National Committee censured Cheney for allying with Democrats and are considering defunding her campaign.
“Liz Cheney has lost Wyoming. Liz Cheney doesn’t live in Wyoming. She doesn’t represent us,” Hageman said. “She doesn’t represent our values.”
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