Liz Cheney Humiliated As Marjorie Taylor Greene Drops Bomb On The Ousted RINO, “I Just Want To Thank Harriet Hageman For Kicking Your A**”


Disclaimer:  This article may contain the personal views and opinions of the author.

While liberals were suggesting that should the GOP win control of the House of Representatives, it would be a good idea to nominate Liz Cheney for the Speaker position, Marjorie Taylor Greene had other thoughts. 

Jennifer Rubin, a columnist at The Washington Post, tweeted that she liked the idea of Cheney becoming House Speaker.

“OK, I’m sold. Liz Cheney for Speaker,” Rubin tweeted last Friday.

CNN contributor, John Dean labeled Rubin’s idea brilliant. Giving her credit, he tweeted, “WaPo columnist Jennifer Rubin suggested that if the GOP gets control of the House, Democrats should nominate Liz Cheney Speaker. Brilliant idea in many ways!”

Greene, the representative from Georgia said that Cheney will soon be on the hunt for a new job but it shouldn’t be one in Congress. 

And that was the beginning of the latest feud between them. 

Cheney, who calls herself a Republican, actively campaigned against Kari Lake, the Republican, in the Arizona gubernatorial race. 

Lake thanked Cheney with some snarky tweets saying that her poll numbers increased because of Cheney’s endorsement of Katie Hobbs, the Democrat in the race. 

Lake tweeted, “Dear Liz, Thank you for your generous in-kind contribution to my campaign. Your recent television ad urging Arizonans not to vote for me is doing just the opposite.”

“In fact, my team tells me your commercial should add another 10 points to our lead! I guess that’s why they call the Cheney anti-endorsement the gift that keeps on giving.”

Following the election, with Hobbs being declared the winner, Cheney gave it back to Lake, tweeting, “You’re welcome @KariLake.” 

Note: The race may still go to a recount. 

Marjorie Taylor Greene added her two cents to the battle, tweeting, 

“I just want to thank @HagemanforWY for kicking your ass. I’m really enjoying getting to know her this week. You’re welcome.”

Cheney lost in the Republican primary in Wyoming to Harriet Hageman by close to 64,000 votes. Hageman went on to win the seat on November 8th against the Democrat Native American activist, Lynnette Grey Bull, for the only congressional seat for the state of Wyoming.

Greene won re-election handily for her congressional seat. She is one of the most high-profile members of the Republican caucus in Washington. 

She has the backing of former President Trump and her name is even being kicked around as a possible VP pick for the 2024 GOP presidential election. 

Greene was among the top national congressional fundraisers this campaign season. 

Now that the House is under Republican control, we can expect her to become a powerhouse in the Republican conference. 

Last year, she was stripped of her committee assignments on the House Committee on Education and Labor and the Committee on the Budget because of her “social media history.” 

Kevin McCarthy said she would get her committee assignments back and maybe even better ones in a Republican majority House. 

Leave a Reply