Poor Liz Cheney! All she wants to do in this life is defeat President Trump. She couldn’t even
win her Wyoming GOP primary, but rest assured, Liz will not stop until she defeats the Big Bad
She has told us again…and again…and again.
However, if the princess of the January 6 committee wants to prevent Trump from returning to
the White House, she might want to let someone else give it a try, because according to a recent
poll, a Liz Cheney presidential run would ensure that Trump wins another term as president.
That’s right, If Wyoming Representative Liz Cheney were to run for president as an independent
candidate in 2024, she would help to elect Donald Trump, according to a new Yahoo
Cheney, who lost to Trump-endorsed Harriet Hageman in August’s Wyoming GOP primary, told
NBC News’ Today Show that she is considering running for president in 2024 with the hopes of
preventing President Trump from returning to the White House.
Cheney said, “that’s a decision that I’m going to make in the coming months, and I’m not going
to make any announcements here this morning— but it is something that I am thinking about.”
Following her Wyoming primary defeat, Cheney said, “I have said since January 6, that I will do
whatever it takes to ensure Donald Trump is never again anywhere near the Oval Office. She
then added: “This primary election is over but
now the real work begins.”
However, if defeating Trump is her goal, then Cheney might want to take the recent findings
from the Yahoo News/YouGov poll into consideration when making her 2024 decision.
Because according to the poll, Cheney would siphon votes away from Joe Biden in a
hypothetical three-way race between Trump, Biden, and Cheney, ensuring Trump a victory.
If she ran as an independent, Cheney would earn 32 percent of voters who identified themselves
as independents, with only 18 percent of independent voters responding by saying that they
would vote for Biden.
According to the poll, Trump earns 37 percent support, Joe Biden earns 29 percent support, and
Liz Cheney earns only 11 percent.
Cheney also remains widely unpopular. According to the poll, only 34 percent view her
favorably, while 38 percent view her unfavorably, presenting another obstacle for Cheney to
overcome if she wants to defeat President Trump.
So, Liz might want to ditch the whole presidential campaign idea and instead submit her resume
to MSNBC or CNN, she has a far better chance of finding employment as a pundit with those
far-left networks then she would have if she ran for president.