RINO Liz Cheney dropped one hint about her future that caused Democrats to panic

RINO Liz Cheney refuses to leave the political stage after being run out of the GOP.

Her strategy for 2024 is being unveiled. 

And RINO Liz Cheney dropped one hint about her future that caused Democrats to panic.

The 2024 Presidential Election is headed toward a rematch between former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden in the fall.

The biggest wildcard in the election will be the role that third-party Presidential candidates play as potential spoilers.

Democrats have been in panic mode about third-party candidates handing the election to Trump by siphoning off disgruntled Democrat voters from Biden.

Disgraced former RINO Congresswoman Liz Cheney teased that she could enter the Presidential race during an interview with Jake Tapper on CNN’s State of the Union.

“I haven’t endorsed anybody in this Presidential race, certainly would never support Donald Trump,” Cheney said.

Cheney told the former Obama regime officials who host the Pod Save America podcast that she would be backing former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley in the Republican Presidential Primary.

“And we know what Donald Trump will do because he’s telling us every day,” Cheney ranted. “And anybody who has spent any time overseas, who has spent any time studying the history of autocracies and of autocrats knows we have to listen to what Donald Trump’s saying.”

“Are you still considering it, or would you rule it out?” Tapper said about a potential Presidential bid. 

“I haven’t made any decisions about it yet,” Cheney responded. “I’m going to do whatever is necessary to defeat Donald Trump.”

Tapper asked if she would support Biden this fall.

“I’m not going to make any announcements or endorsements this morning,” Cheney replied. “But the most important thing is to defeat Donald Trump, and I will do whatever, whatever it takes to do that.”

Cheney reaffirmed her support for her fellow RINO Nikki Haley in the GOP Primary.

Tapper asked, “On Saturday, voters, Republicans in South Carolina have to go to the polls. They have a choice between Donald Trump and Nikki Haley. I assume you would support Nikki Haley?”

Cheney said it wasn’t “a hard call at all” to go with Haley over Trump in the Primary.

Cheney has flirted with the idea of running for President since she lost her seat in Congress in a historic defeat in Wyoming’s Republican Primary in 2022.

Now she could help send Donald Trump back to the White House by running for President. 

A third-party Presidential campaign by Liz Cheney would appeal to her natural base of support, Democrats, and take votes away from Joe Biden.

*Renewed Right Official Polling*