Liz Cheney was furious when CNN made this shocking prediction

Liz Cheney has become Nancy Pelosi’s favorite Republican.

She’s leading the witch hunt against Donald Trump.

And Liz Cheney was furious when CNN made this shocking prediction.

Even though Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney represents one of the most conservative states in the country, she turned her back on her constituents by voting to impeach President Trump and joining Nancy Pelosi’s sham January 6 Committee.

Instead of focusing on the many failures of Joe Biden, Cheney’s been sucking up to the Democrats and corporate-controlled media.

After establishing herself as the biggest RINO in Congress, she made the curious decision to seek re-election as a Republican.

Wyoming gave Trump his biggest margin of victory of any state in both 2016 and 2020.

After President Trump endorsed attorney Harriet Hageman in the GOP Primary, conservatives have consolidated their support around her.

One of Cheney’s biggest cheerleaders in the corporate-controlled media, CNN, poured cold water on her fantasy of winning re-election.

CNN political analyst Harry Enten compared Cheney’s fate to that of South Carolina Congressman Tom Rice, one of the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump.

Trump-backed candidate Russell Fry defeated Rice in a recent GOP Primary by a margin of 51.1% to 24.5%.

Host Anderson Cooper asked how things looked for Cheney.

“Well, if you watched what happened in South Carolina, I bet you can guess,” Enten responded.

“On Cheney, if you go over to Wyoming, look at her disapproval rating,” he added. “Essentially, what you see is that it has doubled, more than doubled, gone up 40 points from before she voted to impeach Donald Trump to after voting to impeach Donald Trump.”

CNN displayed a graphic showing Cheney’s disapproval rate in Wyoming went from 26% before she voted for impeachment to 72% today.

Enten said that Cheney is “wildly unpopular” in Wyoming, adding that betting markets give her a roughly 10% chance of winning the Primary.

But based on the recent polling out of Wyoming, even that might be generous.

Two recently released polls had Cheney down by 28% and 30% respectively.

Cooper asked former top Obama strategist David Axelrod what he thought about Cheney’s chances.

Axelrod gave her more bad news about her political future, citing her role as the poster girl for the sham January 6 Committee.

“Well, honestly, every time she speaks at these hearings, she’s probably making her task even more difficult,” Axelrod said. “And I think the one hope they have is that Democrats re-register and crossover in record numbers to support her.”

Since Wyoming has open primaries, Party leaders are encouraging Democrats to crossover and vote for Cheney.

But in the most Republican state in the country, it would take a miracle for enough Democrats to carry Cheney over the finish line.

“But honestly, you heard Harry’s over-caffeinated analysis, but an accurate one. She is in a world of hurt and no sensible person in politics would bet on her re-nomination at this point,” Axelrod concluded.

After betraying conservatives, the GOP Primary appears to be the end of the line for Liz Cheney.

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