Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) appeared on Monday to mock Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake after being projected to lose her race.

In a tweet on Monday, Cheney quoted Lake who had tweeted a letter where she had thanked Cheney for her “anti-endorsement.” Cheney had become an active voice telling voters not to support Lake or Republican candidates who had supported the claims that the 2020 election had been stolen.

Responding to the tweet that Lake had posted weeks ago, Cheney simply tweeted back writing “You’re welcome, @KariLake,” on Monday.

In her letter to Cheney, Lake had originally talked about how high the donations for her campaign had been, while also noting that Cheney had lost her primary election. In the letter, she had also thanked Cheney for boosting their campaign, and had urged her to “Enjoy your forced retirement from politics.”

Cheney has been a vocal critic of former President Trump and is one of only two Republicans currently serving on the committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot.

Cheney’s tweet came after all Arizona counties had reported the latest round of ballots. Even prior to this though many networks had projected that Democrat Katie Hobbs would be the winner of the close gubernatorial race.

4 thoughts on “Liz Cheney Mocks Failed Republican Candidate”
    1. You are right. This duplicitous, vicious lying cretin, will go to untold lengths to destroy any decent American. Woe to Amy

  1. Liz Cheney is a product of money and corruption. She was a RINO, and nothing more. She has lived her entire life by her father’s name and money. Wyoming wildland firefighters should plan a scheduled burn of the Cheney properties so she knows how it feels to scrape by.

  2. Chaney is uneducated and has no common sense. She needs to be gone and we don’t want to hear from her again. Does she really believe that she can run for president? Are there enough donors to support her? These would have to be lunatics to back her.

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