THE SCOOP: A Timeline Leading Up to Liz Cheney’s Ultimate Defeat by a Trump-Backed Candidate

The highly-controversial figure within the outskirts of the Republican Party, Rep. Liz Cheney (WY), has officially lost her battle to win re-election late yesterday evening.

Following a long series of anti-Trump rhetoric, banding together with democrats to lead sham investigations, and exerting every other effort to establish her position against the former president, the people of Wyoming (who largely support Trump) have decided to seek different representation.

Ironically enough, the different representation that Wyomingites saught was that of a Trump-endorsed candidate branded by the ‘America First’ stamp. The people of Wyoming have long suffered since their only representative in congress has not well-represented the views of the state at large.

It became abundantly clear that those living in Cheney’s district had seemingly had enough of the turncoat congresswoman when conveyed their feelings via a vote to censure the congresswoman. They then turned to guaranteeing that another candidate would appear on the ballot to represent them well and easily win the seat, replacing the woman who’d made a mockery while representing them.


Harriet Hageman, a successful career-long attorney, decided she was up for the position in Washington D.C. to give Wyoming the representation that had been lost for so long.

Below you’ll find a timeline outlining some of Liz’s downfall and most unprecedented episodes of RINO absurdity and leftist collaboration, which served as the pretext for her loss on Tuesday evening:

  1. Following her election victory in 2017, she quickly aligned herself among those in support of then-President Donald J. Trump.
  2. She then continued to vote with Trump on more than 92.9% of the critical legislation in the house.
  3. Following the events on January 6, 2020, something shifted, and she became one of Trump’s most outward rivals from that point on.
  4. On the same day that President Trump declared election fraud, and tensions began to arise at the United States Capitol, she released a statement following the incident claiming, “There is no question that the President formed the mob, the President incited the mob, the President addressed the mob. He lit the flame.”
  5. Following the events at the Capitol, she then voted with democrats and other RINOs in congress to impeach the 45th President on January 13, 2021.
  6. Following her betrayal of President Trump, Republican Wyomingites voted to censure her on February 6, 2021, with more than a 70% vote.
  7. Following criticism from President Trump, Cheney was ousted from house leadership on May 12, 2021.
  8. On July 1, 2021, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi appointed Liz Cheney to serve on J6 Investigation Committee.
  9. On September 9, 2021, Harriet Hageman announced her election bid to oust Cheney.
  10. On the same day, Hageman receives President Trump’s endorsement.
  11. September 2021-August, 2022, multiple shows of support are made on behalf of President Trump (including rallies, press releases, and posts on TruthSocial.)
  12. August 2022, with the primary election approaching, Cheney calls for Wyoming Democrats to switch parties in an effort to save her from losing.
  13. August 16, 2022, the people of Wyoming unseat Cheney, electing Harriett Hageman to represent them.

As we reported in our initial article detailing the loss of Cheney, “It is unclear what Cheney plans to do with her time following this huge defeat in the polls; however, many assume that the left will continue to use her as a token ‘voice of reason in the Republican party.”



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