Voters in Wyoming Are Fighting Mad with Liz Cheney…Good Luck in Primaries!

Rep. Liz Cheney certainly had her day in the spotlight with the January 6th House select hearings, but the sun is setting on this Wyoming politician.

CNN recently traveled to Cheney’s state of Wyoming to talk with voters about their Representative and her upcoming primary race with fellow Republican Harriet Hageman.

Hageman has been endorsed by former President Donald Trump and is already surging ahead of Cheney in some polls.

In the much tweeted viral clip below, you will see how many voters are very disappointed with Cheney and the way she is fulfilling her role representing them.

One voter said, “I find her work on the January 6 committee just repulsive.”

Another, “It’s all a hoax, it’s all propaganda,” when they were asked about what they thought about Cheney’s leadership on the committee. He added it “has nothing to do with anything, a witch hunt.”

When one voter was told that Cheney believes she was upholding the rule of law and defending the Constitution, the person said, “If that was the rule of law, why doesn’t [Trump] have a defense team in that courtroom? That ain’t the rule of law, that’s a kangaroo court.”

On CNN’s website, they admit that they found just two supporters of Cheney that they could talk with. 

The Wyoming Republican Party would not go on camera with CNN. They released a statement saying, “the Wyoming Republican Party doesn’t take sides in primary elections” and that they “are neutral during this election” as well as that they “do not back or oppose candidates.”

The CNN commentator actually said that Cheney is depending on Democrats switching their party affiliation so they can vote for her. 


The truth is that Cheney began loosing in the polls even before Trump endorsed Hageman. She distanced herself from her own state party when she said, “I reject the notion that somehow we don’t have to abide by the rule of law. And the people right now who are in the leadership of our state party, I’m not trying to get their support because they’ve abandoned the Constitution.”

The primary race between Cheney and Hageman will take place on August 16, two weeks from this Tuesday.