Liz Cheney has once again proven that she is no longer a member of the Republican Party.
She has endorsed yet another Democrat.
This time, it was Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) over JD Vance in the Ohio Senate race.
She may not have officially changed parties, but Cheney can no longer be considered a Republican by any measure.
If you don’t want to vote for someone because they are associated with Trump, fine, but don’t endorse the opposing party.
In actuality, Cheney probably did Vance a favor by scaring off any moderates from Ryan.
Vance and Ryan are locked in a dead-even race in one of the seats that will dictate the power in the Senate.
Virtually every one of those seats has a Trump candidate on the line.
Tuesday will either be a massive win for Trump or an outcome that could have him seriously rethinking if he wants to run again in 2024.
I won’t say that Masters (AZ), Vance (OH), Walker (GA), and Oz (PA) all have to win, but I will say at least two of them have to win and the GOP needs to take the Senate in the process for Trump to claim victory here.
If we lose the Senate by however many of those four candidates lose, right or wrong, the blame will be on Trump.
Source: The Hill