The threat to America is Biden, not Trump

Wyoming’s Republican congressional candidate Harriet Hageman during Thursday night’s debate slammed opponent Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) for miscalculating who is a threat to the nation’s freedom.

While Cheney, a critic of Trump and his policies, said the former president had put the nation in danger, Hageman replied, “Our republic is not in danger because of President Donald J. Trump,” but other sources, including Hunter and Joe Biden and failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

“President Trump was a great president for the United States of America and especially for the state of Wyoming,” Hageman said during the debate in Wyoming.

“The threat to our republic really comes from other sources,” Hageman continued, “including the fact that we currently see two justice systems in this country, where we have a justice system where you have people like Hunter Biden or Hillary Clinton or even Joe Biden, who are not responsible or held accountable for the decisions and bad deeds they take.

“The greatest threat to our republic is the current administration and the corruption of our institutions,” she added. added.

The debate comes on the eve of the August 16 primary. Afraid of losing to Hageman, down 28-30 points in the polls, Cheney began urging Democrats to vote by sending out direct mail to Democrats in Wyoming, asking them to switch parties so they could vote in the open Republican primary. .

Hageman’s team retaliated by calling Cheney a “DC diva,” who is “using her representative seat from Wyoming to pursue her own agenda” on the Jan. 6 partisan committee.

“That’s not our agenda. We disagree with what Liz Cheney is doing,” she said in April.

Cheney, who is rarely seen in Wyoming, charged Wyoming residents $10 for admission to a campaign event, Policy reported on a rally at Jackson’s Center for the Arts. During the event, Cheney reportedly only answered pre-screened questions, possibly to avoid the wrath of Wyoming voters.

“Liz Cheney lost Wyoming. Liz Cheney doesn’t live in Wyoming. She doesn’t represent us,” Hageman told Breitbart News. “She doesn’t represent our values.”

Cheney is in hot water after opposing America First policies, voting to impeach Donald Trump and allying with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Jan. 6 committee (D-CA ), which sought to investigate the January 6 incident without focusing on suspected FBI informants on Capitol Hill.

Cheney’s conduct was condemned by Wyoming Republican Party and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy. After the Wyoming GOP voted to no longer recognize her as a Republican in November, McCarthy in February announced her endorsement of Hageman to defeat Cheney, a rare move for a minority leader.

Follow Wendell Husebo on Twitter and Gettr @WendellHusebø. He is the author of Politics of Slave Morality.


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