Liz Cheney did an interview with Bret Baier on Thursday, and a pretty tense exchange took place.
Cheney showed her true colors…
Here’s an excerpt:
Representative Liz Cheney (R-WY) clashed with Fox News anchor Bret Baier Thursday on “Special Report” in a heated interview about the network’s coverage of the 2020 presidential election results.
Cheney said, “We all have an obligation, and I would say Fox News especially, especially Fox News has a particular obligation to make sure people know the election wasn’t stolen.”
Baier said, “We have said that numerous times.”
Cheney said, “Bret, I’m going to answer your question. Fox News needs to make sure —”
Baier said, “If you are mentioning Fox News, this show has said that numerous times.”
Cheney shot back, “Bret, you are doing the interview. I’m answering the question.”Breitbart News
Cheney still looks down on patriots, even after having just been ousted from her leadership role in the GOP.
Some people never learn, and it looks like Cheney is one of them.
She also slipped in a subtle attack on President Trump, which was completely unsurprising:
Cheney added, “And peaceful transition of power is key to that. Now, if you are asking me about my constituents. My constituents believe firmly in the rule of law. They believe firmly in the Constitution. They know that we do not swear allegiance to any individual and that it’s crucially important if we —”
Baier interrupted, “You have — you made that point.”
Cheney said, “I’m going to make another point. Crucially important, if you want to defeat the really bad Biden policies, we have a tract voters back to us. we have to attract the voters who left us by making clear we know the election wasn’t stolen, and we are going to abide by the rule of law.”Breitbart News
You can watch the full clip here:
She’s implying that Trump supporters put too much faith in him, and insists the election went smoothly…
That’s definitely not the way to appeal to the Republican voter base – who love President Trump.
This is why Cheney will probably lose her primary race in 2022 by a landslide.