Liz Cheney just went on ABC and called Ron DeSantis unfit to be President for this one ridiculous reason

Aug 23, 2022

Liz Cheney is on a mission to stop Donald Trump from winning the Presidency in 2024.

But Donald Trump is not the only Republican in Liz Cheney’s crosshairs.

And Liz Cheney just went on ABC and called Ron DeSantis unfit to be President for this one ridiculous reason.

In both the 2016 and 2020 Presidential elections, Wyoming handed Donald Trump his largest margin of victory over anywhere else in the country.

Even though Wyoming is one of the most conservative states in America, Congresswoman Liz Cheney spent the past year-and-a-half waging an all-out war on Donald Trump over the events at the Capitol on January 6.

After she voted to impeach Donald Trump, Liz Cheney agreed to serve as Vice Chair of Nancy Pelosi’s January 6 witch hunt.

Republican voters made Liz Cheney pay the price for going after Donald Trump last week during the Primary for Wyoming’s At-Large Congressional District, as Trump-endorsed attorney Harriet Hageman defeated Cheney by nearly 40 points.

But Liz Cheney’s mission to stop Donald Trump from winning the Presidency did not end with her landslide defeat.

Not only is Cheney starting an anti-Trump political organization, but she’s also thinking about running for President in 2024.

However, apparently Donald Trump is not the only Republican in Liz Cheney’s crosshairs.

On Sunday, Liz Cheney appeared on ABC’s This Week, where she ripped Republicans who defended Donald Trump after the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago.

Host Jonathan Karl began the interview by asking Cheney if she had any regrets about going after Trump after her loss on Tuesday.

“I was ashamed to hear Republicans immediately attack the FBI agents who executed the search warrant,” Cheney told host Jonathan Karl. “I was disgusted when I learned that President Trump had released the names of those agents when he released the unredacted search warrant, and that has now caused violence.”

Karl then asked Cheney if she believes Donald Trump is the only threat or if the problem was “bigger than Trump?”

“Donald Trump is certainly the center of the threat, but election denial, denying the fundamental function and principle, at the center of our Constitutional republic is dangerous, broadly speaking,” Cheney responded.

After Cheney named Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley as two other “election deniers,” Karl specifically asked her about Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

DeSantis ripped the FBI over the raid on Mar-a-Lago last week, saying “these agencies have now been weaponized to be used against people that the government doesn’t like.”

“What about DeSantis?” Karl asked.

“DeSantis, who is right now campaigning for election deniers, and I think that’s something that I think people have to have a real pause about,” Cheney said, referencing the Turning Point Action rallies DeSantis headlined for Trump-backed candidates in Pennsylvania, Arizona, New Mexico, and Ohio.

“Either you fundamentally believe in and support our Constitutional structure, or you don’t,” she added.

Liz Cheney’s Trump Derangement Syndrome has gotten so bad that she’s now going after anyone who dares to even mention the documented cases of fraud and irregularities that occurred in past elections.

And that is why Wyoming voters gave her the pink slip last week in the Republican Primary.

DeSantis Daily will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.

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