BREAKING: Wyoming GOP Votes To Stop Recognizing Liz Cheney As A Republican, Says She ‘Pledged Allegiance’ To Pelosi

The Wyoming GOP has voted to stop recognizing Rep. Liz Cheney as a Republican as of Saturday, slamming her public collaboration with the Democrat Party and far-left activists in a resolution and noted that she is focused on “serving her own personal interests while ignoring the interests, needs and expectations of Wyoming Republicans.”

“Previously mentioned in the resolution of censure, Representative Liz Cheney ‘cast her vote in favor of impeachment without any quantifiable evidence of High Crimes or Misdemeanors,’” the resolution stated. “As to date, no quantifiable and or undisputed evidence has been offered [by] Representative Liz Cheney to defend her questionable decision.”

“To further her own personal political agenda, Representative Liz Cheney has not only caused massive disruption, distraction and division within the House Republican Conference, but has also willingly, happily, and energetically joined forces with and proudly pledged allegiance to Democrat Speaker of the House Pelosi, as a means of serving her own personal interests while ignoring the interests, needs and expectations of Wyoming Republicans,” the resolution continued.

As the Casper Star-Tribune reported, the party had previously voted to censure Cheney in February after she voted to impeach former President Donald trump on failed charges after he had already exited office.

Fox News host Tucker Carlson recently slammed Cheney as a “liar” and a “coward” after she called fot his television program to be taken off the air:

Carlson responded to Cheney on last night’s episode of Tucker Carlson Tonight. “According to Liz Cheney, this show is dangerous because we dared to report on what actually happened on January 6,” Carlson said. The host explained that he attempted to invite Cheney on his show to discuss her allegations, but she refused. “It turns out that Liz Cheney is not simply a liar, she is also a coward,” said Carlson.