The Republican Party in two more Wyoming counties no longer recognizes Liz Cheney as a Republican or as their repetitive.

That's 5 counties at last count. Uinta, Platte, Park, Carbon and Fremont.

These moves are purely symbolic. Despite her vote to impeach President Donald Trump, all anyone has to do is look at her voting record, bills that she has both sponsored and written, so see that she has constantly been the most conservative member of The House Of Representatives.

Despite the vote by these 5 counties she is still a member of the GOP and still holds the seat as representative. The county GOP members know this.

Carbon County Republican Party Chairman Joey Correnti IV pointed these very things out in an interview with me on the Wake Up Wyoming morning radio show that Carbon County Republicans no longer recognize Cheney as a Republican, although they know she is still legally the Wyoming representative.

When reading the list of complaints from these county parties we find that they are not happy with a repetitive that does not show up to talk to them and does not seem to have any respect for them.

“Liz Cheney hasn’t quit and she hasn’t listened to the people’s voices,” Correnti said.

Below is my interview with Mr. Correnti.

Lincoln County Chairwoman Marti Halverson told Cowboy State Daily on Wednesday.

“Most of the discussion centered on [the resolution saying] ‘Whereas, Representative Liz Cheney has attempted to legitimize her actions and personal political agenda by referring to the majority of Wyoming Republican Voters with terms such as “a misinformed mob, radical extremists, bigots, racists, promoters of the ‘big lie’, enemies of the state, conspiracy theorists, dangerous rot, & white supremacists,'” Halverson said.

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