Failed RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel Says She Still Considers Liz Cheney a Republican Despite Wyoming GOP Vote
The Chair of the Republican Party, Ronna McDaniel, believes that just because the Wyoming GOP voted to no longer recognize their US Representative Liz Cheney as a Republican, Ronna still does.
RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel allowed the 2020 Election to be stolen without a fight. She works with Republicans who helped in the election steal. She is Mitt Romney’s niece.
The Hill reports:
Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel on Thursday said she still considers Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) to be a member of the party after the Wyoming GOP voted to no longer recognize the Republican congresswoman.
“Obviously she’s still a Republican,” McDaniel said at a Christian Science Monitor breakfast in Washington.
“But I get from a state party standpoint when you have a congressperson or a senator who’s not supporting your state party, who’s not talking about electing Republicans up and down the ballot,” she continued. “The thing about that everyone should be taking note is that a state party is the most grassroots body that the state has. These are people who are running in their district committee and they’re going to their county convention and they’re getting on their state committee and they really represent where the party is in their state.”
“So that was their choice to do that and then the voters will make a choice in the primary in Wyoming,” she said, adding that she wished Cheney was talking about electing Republicans more.
As reported earlier, the people of Wyoming have had enough of Liz Cheney: