Liz Cheney is hoping for the RINO wing of the GOP to take back power from Donald Trump and his Make American Again agenda.
But Cheney got some bad news.
And that’s because this one piece of paper could end Liz Cheney’s career in Congress.
Liz Cheney was one of 10 Republicans in the House of Representatives who joined the Democrats to support impeaching President Trump.
The blowback was immediate.
One Republican committee in Wyoming voted unanimously 45-0 to censure Cheney for her vote.
The state GOP party issued a statement that they had never seen such voter anger over Cheney’s impeachment vote.
Conservatives in the House of Representatives also took action, circulating a petition to hold a vote of no confidence and remove Cheney from her position as the number three Republican in the House of Representatives.
And right now reports are circulating that the Republicans trying to remove Cheney secured enough signatures to depose Cheney.
Quick clarification after speaking with a source helping lead the efforts: Conservatives have received a commitment from more than 115 GOP lawmakers to vote to support the resolution “expressing no confidence in her leadership.”
— Juliegrace Brufke (@juliegraceb) January 19, 2021
Over the last several months, Cheney made her break with Trump clear.
Cheney worked with Democrats to prevent President Trump from ending America’s involvement in the war in Afghanistan.
Her impeachment vote was meant to send a signal to the GOP donor class that establishment figures like Cheney would take back control of the GOP and turn it back into what it was under George W. Bush, John McCain, and Mitt Romney.
But Cheney miscalculated.
She thought Republican voters would abandon the President after the riot at the Capitol.
Instead the attacks on President Trump and the RINOs like Cheney plotting out in the open to betray him only bound the President’s supporters closer to him.
And now Cheney may pay the political price with her position in Congress.
Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.