Another well-known conservative has just endorsed GOP nominee Donald Trump, calling for Americans to unite behind him. And whether you are a fan of hers or not, whether you agree with her support of Trump or not — you most certainly will want to hear what she has to say about Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton.
As Newsmax reports:
The daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney says the nation has to unite behind Donald Trump and make him the next commander in chief.
Liz Cheney, who is running for Wyoming’s at-large seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, told Rush Limbaugh’s syndicated radio show on Friday:
“In Wyoming there’s no question for us that Hillary Clinton would be devastating — and far, far worse than Donald Trump. We’ve gotta unify behind him and make sure Hillary Clinton’s not elected.
“She is a felon. She … clearly violated the law with respect to her personal server and her lack of willingness to take care of the national security information of the nation … She is a woman who has a long history of not abiding by the law and of getting away with it.“There is just a level of slime and sleaze associated with the Clinton family, and we know in Wyoming we’ve gotta do everything possible to make sure they never get anywhere near the Oval Office.”
Cheney believes if Clinton becomes the nation’s 45th president, she’ll faithfully continue in the footsteps of President Barack Obama in leading the U.S. astray.“Obviously, she advocates failed policies, and obviously she’s in a situation where, you know, she will continue the devastating policies we’ve seen from President Obama,” Cheney said.
“She would be the most corrupt individual ever to sit in the Oval Office, if she’s elected. And she clearly believes she’s above the law. Obviously we know she will appoint Supreme Court justices who will undo and trample over so many of our constitutional rights …
To be clear, Newsmax points out that though Cheney characterized Clinton as a “felon,” the Democratic presidential nominee has not been convicted of a crime — to which we might add, “not yet” and/or “not because there wasn’t reason to convict.”
Tell it, sister!
[Note: This article was written by Michelle Jesse, Associate Editor]