Liz Cheney utterly humiliated herself with one sentence that she instantly regretted

RINO Liz Cheney has become a national punchline.

She refuses to go away quietly.

And Liz Cheney utterly humiliated herself with one sentence that she instantly regretted.

Voters handed RINO Liz Cheney one of the biggest defeats in recent history during the Wyoming GOP Primary for the state’s lone Congressional seat.

Trump-backed Harriet Hageman trounced Cheney by nearly 40 points.

Normally, a politician would get the hint after such a humiliating Primary defeat.

But not Liz Cheney.

Instead, Cheney is more determined than ever to continue her vendetta against former President Donald Trump.

Liz Cheney utterly humiliated herself during an appearance on NBC’s Meet the Press.

During the interview, Cheney told host Chuck Todd that she’ll do “whatever it takes” – including running for President herself – to stop Trump from ever again setting foot in the Oval Office.

Cheney claimed that the Republican Party will “shatter” and be replaced by a new Conservative Party if Trump wins the 2024 nomination.

“I think the Party has to either come back from where we are right now, which is a very dangerous and toxic place, or the Party will splinter and there will be a new Conservative Party that rises,” Cheney said.

Cheney once again hinted at a potential Presidential bid in 2024 with the goal of stopping Trump.

Host Chuck Todd told Cheney that some people believe running as “a third-party candidate” in 2024 would “be enough to stop Trump” from winning.

“Well, we’ll do whatever it takes.” Cheney replied. “As I said, he will not be President again.”

A third-party Presidential bid from Cheney would be a major assist to Donald Trump in 2024.

Cheney’s base of support is from Democrats and a small deluded group of Never-Trumpers.

A third-party Presidential bid by Cheney would pull votes away from whoever the Democrat candidate is in 2024.

Cheney was asked about what it would take to make her consider running for President.

“Look, I’m going to be very focused on all the things we’ve been talking about and I care deeply, as I know you do, as millions of people do, about this nation and about the blessing that we have as a Constitutional Republic,” Cheney said. “I am focused on what we’ve got to do to save the country from this very dangerous moment we’re in, not right now on whether I’m going to be a candidate or not.”

Cheney would receive less than a rounding error level of support whether she runs for President as an Independent or as a Republican.

Liz Cheney is on a path to political irrelevance by deluding herself into thinking she can take back the GOP from Trump.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.