Soon-to-be former Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) is swinging for the fences but missing in her attempts to divide and thus conquer the Republican Party in 2022.
Despite her bold predictions of doom and the coordinated efforts of leftist Democrats and their media partners, the GOP is closing ranks and gathering momentum heading into the coming midterms.
Liz Cheney’s Plan To Divide The Republican Party Has Failed https://t.co/3dmHLEg3st
Liz Cheney is a "Debbie Downer", a real drag.
Republicans will unite, no matter who the candidate is.— because Republicans have principles., they see the Bigger picture.
— Athena Cruz (@kjfkugkujvj) October 24, 2022
Democrats and the legacy media have worked overtime to poison any Republicans who do not fall into their mold of what the opposition should be. Unless you are in lockstep with Cheney or Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT), you are to be shunned as a pariah.
The Jan. 6 show trial, devoid of cross-examination or even opposing witnesses, was supposed to brand most in the GOP as toxic.
But something funny is happening on the way to the Nov. 8 midterm elections. Republicans are pulling together and tearing apart the narrative of Cheney and others that the party is on the verge of splintering.
Leaders are converging on Democratic strongholds where tight races abound and throwing their support behind GOP candidates. Several senators, including Rick Scott (R-OH) and others descended onto Georgia to bolster Herschel Walker’s race for office.
A trio composed of Sens. Tom Cotton (R-AR), Ted Cruz (R-TX), and Tim Scott (R-SC) converged on Ohio to throw their weight behind fellow Republican J.D. Vance.
And more shock waves were felt when Republican Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin firmly endorsed the GOP’s Kari Lake in her bid to become the next governor of Arizona.
All of this runs counter to Cheney’s doom-and-gloom predictions of a giant splinter among conservatives that will split the Republican Party. Granted, her caveat was a Trump nomination for 2024, but no division of the sort appears on the horizon.
Instead, poll after poll shows that the nation is fed up with the lack of leadership coming from the White House and Democrats in Congress. And as for Cheney and others attempting to divide Republicans, there is absolutely nothing to make their goal appear anywhere close to a reality.