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Liz Cheney state primaries result: Wyoming Rep, Palin and Murkowski learn their fate as Trump gloats

Promotional calls by Liz Cheney out opponents position on “Big Lie”

The voters will decide the fate of two top Republicans on Tuesday as Primary occur in Alaska and Wyoming, two of the reddest states in country.

In Wyoming Vice Chairman of The House Select Committee investigating the events of January 6 is facing Donald Trump’s attempts to punish Liz Cheney. for disloyalty in the form of Harriet Hageman, her former staff member and current main rival.

Miss Cheney deep underwater in polls, and tomorrow can lose more than 20 points by most indications. However, she has one trick up her sleeve: Democrats, who unite behind her in attempt to block another 2020 election conspirator from office. Wyoming closes primaries, but voters can change their registration on day of vote.

Meanwhile in Alaska, state former Governor and right-wing provocateur Sarah Palin is keen to return to politics after resigning. office under the cloud of ethical investigations. She followed a fellow Republican as well one democrat in in race, in a survey that measures it support levels last month. Alaska is holding a ranking vote, which means candidates will have to fight with both Democratic and Republican voters decide the outcome.


What to watch for in today’s primaries

Elections in Wyoming and Alaska on Tuesday could restart political career of a former republican star and finish your career of other – at least for currently.

Here’s what to see out for:


Former Sarah Palinin-laws set for election eve party for her opponent

Jim and Fay Palin, ex-in-laws of Sarah Palin said they would party for v opponent Nick Begich, of in former Governor of Alaska.

Mr. Begich, who it works against Ms. Palin for Lonely place in Alaska in House, got Ms. Palin former in-laws support months ago, after two announced in pair of Facebook says they will support him, not them former daughter-in-law.

“We know a lot of of our elected officials and candidates on a first name base. it also doing this hard sometimes in collection who to vote for” said Jim Palin. in one of messages shared on The Republican candidate’s Facebook page. “In this election, Nick Begich is getting my vote”.

It was also it turned out that mother of Ms. Palin’s ex, Todd Palin, donated $250. on May 19 visiting Begich campaign, business insider reported.


Cheney and Murkowski: Trump critics facing diverging futures

They come from the most prominent Republican families in their respective states. They were among the sharpest critics of former President Donald Trump. And after the uprising on January 6, they supported his impeachment.

But for all their similarities, political luck of US Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming ready to break up on tuesday when they each on vote in closely followed the primary elections.


Giuliani said he was the target of Georgia criminal pre-election investigation

Rudy Giuliani targeted of in criminal investigation by the authorities in Georgia over Trump campaign US efforts to cancel 2020 elections in the state results, AT The newspaper “New York Times informed on Monday.

AT former Mayor of New York and Donald Trump’s lawyer one of best pushers of bogus conspiracies about the 2020 elections and appeared before several commissions of state legislators in Georgia in demand that they revoke the certificate results showing Joe Biden winner. Now his actions can make him first Trump aide to face criminal charges for plan to prevent Biden from becoming president.


Political destinies of Cheney and Murkowski in question exclusively for standing up Trump, according to the NYT. board

On Monday night, The newspaper “New York Times The editorial board published an article in which light on two Republicans, Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming and Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, both of who are they facing elementary challenges on Tuesday when they square up against opponents with the support of former President Donald Trump.

“Indeed, their political destinies in question solely because they stood up Trump when it would have been much safer and more politically expedient not to do so. board.

Positions of Miss Cheney and Miss Murkowski standing in dramatic relief for many of Republican candidates this season who run singed-earth attacks on Democrats are called “liars” even as they continue to promote Mr. Trump’s “Big Lies”.

Some MAGA Republicans like pretend they are brave with shows of chest beating, name-calling and machismo, as well as complaints of harassment by social media and news media. But so many of this is a political theater aimed at spanking up Trump base and no one of it takes moral courage.

Violence, like the violence unleashed during the January 6th attack is a ubiquitous and growing response to political courage in our democracy. It was at the Capitol that day; it was there in hatred directed at John Lewis and his comrades on the march in Selma; it was present in alleged plot to kidnap Ms. Whitmer; and he is present in flow of death threats to politicians in both sides whenever they cross the line.

Editorial Board of the New York Times

Read full editorial board piece here.


Trump gloats over Liz Cheney’s loss before the primaries open: “You’re fired”

As the polls show, a heavy defeat on horizon for Liz Cheney in Wyoming, former President Donald Trump took ridiculed the Republican representative and used his trademark phrase – “You’re fired” – to attack her.

The voters will decide the fate of prominent republican on Tuesday as Primary occur in Wyoming, one of the reddest states in country.

“It’s your chance send a message to RINO (republican in Name only) and fake news mediaradical left crazy people, which unfortunately we have too many in our country and you’re going to elect Harriet and you’re going to tell warmonger Liz Cheney – so bad so negative – Liz, you’re fired,” Trump told viewers at a televised rally. for Harriet Hageman on Monday.

Read full report from a colleague Marusha Muzaffar:


Speculation whether losses are rising for Cheney could set up presidential run in 2024

Speculation that Rep. Liz Cheney, an avid anti-Trump Republican whose ghost has been raised in recent months through a televised hearing on January 6, where she sits as vice chairman on house committee – could do run for nation highest office in 2024.

Robert Costa of CBS, network’s top picks and campaign correspondent, had it to say last the night of the blow of potential loss for anti-Trump Republican in Wyoming and what it might mean for presidential application:

“This is the moment when the reckoning for Republican Party, Mr. Costa began. “Her political future is on line. She faces a political test.”

“But it could set up to her if she loses, for something that usually doesn’t happen to a candidate when he fails in race house which is national runpresident run”.

“She has a lot of money in in bank …she grew up over At least $13 million and that leaves her in position with a national fundraising base and national support from the anti-Trump wing of republican party”.

“Is it enough win nomination? Who knows at the moment. it would be uphill climb there also. But it’s kind of the thing she’s looking at.”

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Peter Navarro claims he has “circumstantial evidence” that Cheney will try to steal an absent candidate in the election. ballots

Peter Navarro, former White House aide in Trump administration and leadership trade adviser, said during a speech on Monday night ahead of Wyoming stated that he believed he had “circumstantial evidence” that shows that Liz Cheney will try to “steal” the election in her condition due to what he describes as a fraudulent absence ballots.

“It would be ironic if Liz Cheney found blame tomorrow of trying to steal this election but here’s the evidence and I think there’s quite a good circumstantial evidence,” Mr. Navarro said, who was ordered to stand trial on criminal contempt of Congress accuses him of refusing to cooperate with 6 January Committee, of which Ms. Cheney is Vice Chair of.

Mr. Navarro then began demonstrating email programs that were sent to Cheney. campaign in Wyoming in recent weeks what details how apply for an absentee ballot.

In no case in form asks for anyone to vote for Miss Cheney, although the secretary of Wyoming of The state warned Cheney campaign against using “official elections” language on campaign literature after sending mailing lists out.


FBI and Homeland Security release joint warning of potential violent extremist attacks

Two US federal agencies warning of potential for more attacks caused by anger of Donald Trump fans in FBI raid response of Mar-a-Lago.

FBI and Department of National Security jointly issued memorandum to officials in both agencies warning that the probability of terrorist attacks of domestic extremism on U.S. soil has risen sharply since last Raid Monday. AT former the president is under investigation for illegal retention of secret materials.


Voters should not decide on abortion access issue, says Governor of West Virginia

West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice on Monday ridiculed a proposal by Democratic lawmakers to let voters decide whether or not to have an abortion. should still allowed in state.

The Republican governor said the state’s abortion law is under scrutiny. of Legislature and prosecutor general.

During the legislative special session on the initiative of justice last month, most Republicans failed to pass legislation criminalizing abortion.

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