Trump Enemy Is HUMILIATED – She’s DONE…

Liz Cheney should be embarrassed.

She’s currently losing her primary race to challenger Harriet Hageman by a MASSIVE 30-point margin.

A recent Wyoming Survey & Analysis Center poll revealed that Cheney is currently getting smashed by Hageman, with people from Wyoming being over twice as likely to vote for Hageman.

The poll asked voters if the would prefer to support Harriet Hageman, Liz Cheney, or neither.

An insultingly low 28% said they support Cheney, while 57% of voters said they were going to cast one for Hageman on election day.

Interestingly, most voters that support Cheney are doing it because they support Cheney.

Of those backing Hageman, many are simply doing it out of opposition to Cheney instead of support to Hageman.

“The race for the Republican nomination appears to be a referendum on Cheney, as it usually is when an incumbent seeks re-election,” Jim King said. Jim King is a professor of political science at the University of Wyoming.

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But the numbers don’t lie.

Inflation is up 14.4% since Biden took office.

And all the president can offer are more lies.

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Milk: +11%
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Bread: +14.9%
Potatoes: +12.4%
Baby Food: +10%
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That's a wages recession for American workers.

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