Trump supporters are up in arms over Liz Cheney’s latest propaganda claim about a Donald Trump Presidency

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The American public is largely unhappy with current political leadership and their collective failure to address the challenges facing the country.

But one silver lining is that we’re starting to see the truth about who these people really are and what they believe.

And now Trump supporters are up in arms over Liz Cheney’s latest propaganda claim about a Donald Trump Presidency.

Disgraced former Rep. Liz Cheney (RINO-WY) hasn’t had a great couple of years.

Her epic fall from grace has been particularly jarring for her.

That has become obvious and it’s all because she has a personal grudge against former President Trump.

Liz Cheney thinks she knows better than voters

After she instigated an attempt to impeach Trump that was rejected by 95% of her House colleagues, she was shown the door by Wyoming Republicans in the subsequent election by a 40-point margin.

While voters’ message to her couldn’t possibly have been any clearer, she continues to beclown herself with sanctimonious appeals that prove she’s completely out-of-touch with reality.

Now, the fired former representative has opined on recent political events.

Cheney now says that Trump should be disqualified from being on Republican Presidential Primary ballots across the country.

This comes in the wake of news that Maine’s woke extremist Secretary of State, Shenna Bellows, and the Democrat-controlled Colorado state Supreme Court have maneuvered to unilaterally remove the former President from those states’ respective GOP Primary ballots.

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear Trump’s appeal against the Colorado decision, and it is widely expected that the Justices will overturn his removals.

Liz Cheney: We need to prevent Democracy to save Democracy

“There are provisions in the Constitution — requirements for office — and, you know, you have to be 35 years of age, you have to be a natural-born U.S. citizen, and you have to not have engaged in or provided aid and comfort to an insurrection,” Cheney said.

Of course, even Democrats and Never-Trumpers like Cheney know that their claims about Trump engaging in an “insurrection” strain credulity, as proven by the fact that they haven’t even attempted to charge the former President with such a crime, much less proven the claim whatsoever.

“Certainly, if he believes that he’s facing potential prosecution when he leaves office, he won’t leave office,” Cheney added. “He already tried not to leave office once. It may well be the last real vote you ever get to cast. It will be that bad.”

Cheney is the daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, who has also been critical of former President Donald Trump.

And both members of the Cheney family have advocated for a more interventionist foreign policy than that which is favored by Trump.

In an interview with ABC News in 2022, the former Vice President said, “I’m deeply disappointed we don’t have better leadership in the Republican Party to restore the Constitution.”

The U.S. Supreme Court has set February 8 as the date for the review of the Democrat-controlled Colorado Supreme Court’s decision to remove Trump from its GOP Primary ballot.

This will occur two weeks after the New Hampshire primary, which is scheduled for January 23.

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.