Liz Cheney is Wyoming’s single representative in Washington DC. Liz Cheney is smart, right? Her supporters think so. I’m not so sure.
Liz Cheney has just announced she will vote to impeach Donald Trump, who received 73% of the vote in Wyoming in the 2020 election.
Wyoming voters were not disenfranchised by the election fraudsters because those crooks did not see Wyoming’s three electors as having much sway in the election no matter whether Wyoming went for Trump or not. So they concentrated their plans to steal the election for Biden on the big states that were going to matter in the electoral college, Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Georgia. They threw in Arizona and Nevada for extra comfort.
Trump did well in those states until the polls closed, at which point he had all the votes he needed to win. Trump rec’d more votes in the 2020 election than any previous second term president had ever gotten. As many as 75 million votes were in Trump’s pocket when the polls closed. But that’s when the mob found out how many votes they needed to stop Trump . Then and into the night they manufactured the fake votes they needed to put Joe Biden in the White House.
Not everyone believes this. In fact, many people I used to respect, believe wholeheartedly that Joe Biden, who had never done well in past presidential elections, and had not done well in the 2020 election until after the polls closed, really did receive 81 million votes completely fair and square.
I guess Liz Cheney believes it. She’s voting to impeach Trump. Remember, she’s smart.
There is one little problem that sort of detracts from how smart Liz Cheney may or may not be. The GOP ’s base of voters are made up of two very different factions. One is the working class. Trump delivered the working class to the GOP which had never had a good grip on it. The Democrats had that block of voters fairly well on their side. Trump changed all that. The GOP became the party of the working class.
The other half of GOP voters is found in the upper middle class. Not all of them by any means, but enough to give the GOP a chance to win if, and only if, the working class comes through with their votes as well. Those are the two constituencies the GOP must have to win an election.
Liz Cheney, by announcing she is voting to impeach Trump, has instigated a rush of anger and exasperation in the working class that has so benefited from the policies Trump put in place to help them. Liz Cheney may not do enough damage to the GOP with her snit against Trump, but why would she want to chance it? Remember, Liz Cheney is smart.