Sure-Shot Dick Endorses RINO Daughter in New Hit Piece Against Trump (VIDEO)
It shouldn’t come as any surprise that ol’ Sure Shot Dick Cheney is endorsing his daughter Liz Cheney for the House of Representatives.
It should also not come as a surprise that Dick Cheney used the ad he made to support his daughter to also take a shot at President Trump.
“In our nation’s 246 year history there has never been an individual who is a greater threat to our Republic than Donald Trump.”
I’m going to strongly disagree with him here. I can think of several people who were and are greater threats to our Republic. I honestly think that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are far greater threats than President Trump. I can think of several other Democrats in Congress right now who are greater threats that if they had unmetered power, they would absolutely destroy this nation.
Does anybody even care what Dick Cheney thinks? I don’t know anybody that even likes him. He’s hated by both Democrats and Republicans. Because of him and Dubya, we went to war in Iraq over weapons of mass destruction that didn’t exist which resulted in the deaths of thousands of American soldiers as well as the deaths of tens of thousands of Iraqis. There’s no telling how many of those were innocent bystanders.
And don’t forget about Dick shooting his best friend in the face with a shotgun.
Cheney accused President Trump of trying to steal the last election and how proud of his daughter he is for standing up for the truth and voting against him and even stepping up to take a part in the sham January 6 Committee which is nothing more than a rabid witch hunt.
“In our nation’s 246 year history there has never been an individual who is a greater threat to our Republic than Donald Trump.” Dick Cheney pic.twitter.com/erBPBNy8ah
— Liz Cheney (@Liz_Cheney) August 4, 2022
Liz Cheney will likely lose her primary as she is losing by around 25-30 points at this time. Her primary opponent, Harriet Hageman has pulled some massive support from her state and should have no problem getting a seat in the House of Representatives.