(RightIsRight.co) – House Representative Liz Cheney (R-WY) has been teetering at the edge of the Republican party for some time now. From her vote to impeach President Donald Trump to recently voting against bills generally supported by her party, it’s no surprise she now has lost the endorsement of the conservative PAC Maggie’s List.
On Tuesday, June 22, Maggie’s List released its first round of endorsements for the 2022 midterms elections. Among the numerous endorsements, two Republicans were left out: Wyoming’s Liz Cheney and Washington state’s Cathy McMorris Rodgers. This clearly shows that the Republican distrust and distaste for Cheney will extend past this year, likely ousting her from having a future within the party.
Fox News was the first to break the news of Maggie’s List endorsements:
Conservative PAC that supports female candidates makes initial 2022 endorsementshttps://t.co/cxnBtFhX9s
— Fox News (@FoxNews) June 22, 2021
Maggie’s List president, Sandra Mortham, noted that 2020 was a landmark year for electing conservative women to federal office and she’s excited to “build upon those gains in upcoming elections.” It’s clear this momentum will likely only include those who are willing to support, or at least not disagree, with Trump, his supporters, and their America First agenda.
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