Wyoming is about to make a huge decision for the rest of America.
On Tuesday, August 16, the people of Wyoming will decide whether Harriet Hageman or Liz Cheney will be the Republican nominee for Senate in Wyoming.
Cheney, despite being a Republican, is desperate to remain in Congress in order to continue her fight against Donald Trump.
What she doesn't understand, however, is that the Senate is for doing what's best for Americans, not settling private scores against Donald Trump.
Cheney has repeatedly forgotten that fact, and it's resulted in her being MILES behind in the final days before her crucial election.
Making things even worse for Cheney?
Hageman saved her knockout punch for the final stretch, showing up with a fresh batch of anti-Cheney advertisements to air in Wyoming.
"There’s been an awful lot of noise this election candidates attacking each other, making things up, desperate for attention, Liz Cheney. She’s made her time in Congress and this election all about her. Well, it’s not about her, it’s about you. Wyoming deserves a voice in Congress to fight for our values, our way of life. I’m Harriet Hageman. I approve this message because I want to fight for you."
She even has an endorsement from Donald Trump Junior in the set of ads.
"Far too long, Liz Cheney has bowed to the democrat elites like Nancy Pelosi. That’s why my father and I endorse Harriet Hageman for Congress. Hagerman will defend our border and our constitution. That’s why I’m joining President Donald trump to officially endorse Harriet Hageman for Congress. She’s the congresswoman Wyoming deserves this primary. Put America first vote Trump-endorsed Harriet. Hageman for Congress. Wyoming Values is responsible for the content of this message."
Hageman decided to unleash the ads after hearing about Cheney's shady Chinese business deals.
In a move usually reserved for the Pelosis or the Bidens, Cheney's husband has a law firm that's been conducting... "business" with an entertainment company controlled by the Chinese government.
Enough was enough for Hageman, and she decided America's safety was not worth sparing Cheney's feelings.
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