Kari Lake Roasts Liz Cheney, Thanks Her For ‘Contribution’

Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake roasted RINO Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) in a post on Twitter, thanking the outgoing congresswoman for her PAC’s recent attack ad against her in Arizona.

In an ad from the Great Task, a Cheney-sponsored PAC, the establishment congresswoman who recently lost her primary to an America-First candidate urged Arizona voters to support Democrats in the upcoming midterm elections.

“I don’t know that I have ever voted for a Democrat. But if I lived in Arizona, I absolutely would,” Cheney says in the ad, which is titled “Honor.”

The RINO congresswoman goes on to claim that Lake and Arizona Republican state Rep. Mark Finchem, who is currently running for Arizona secretary of state, have each “said that they will only honor the results of an election if they agree with it.”

“If you care about the survival of our republic, we cannot give people power who will not honor elections,” Cheney adds.

According to a report from Politico, Cheney’s PAC indicated that it will be spending a whopping $500,000 to run the ad on broadcast, online and streaming platforms.

While the ad is meant to deter people from voting for Lake, the fiery conservative star claims that it has had the opposite effect — instead boosting her campaign.

“Dear Liz, Thank you for your generous in-kind contribution to my campaign,” Lake declared in a statement. “Your recent television ad urging Arizonans not to vote for me is doing just the opposite. Our campaign donations are skyrocketing and our website nearly crashed from traffic as people rushed to learn more about my plan to put Arizona First and join our historic political movement.”

“Thank you again for the huge boost to our campaign! Enjoy your forced retirement from politics. I know America will rest easier knowing that one more warmonger is out of office,” the statement continued.

Cheney, who has been a vocal critic of former President Donald Trump, lost her primary earlier this year by more than 37 points to Trump-backed opponent Harriet Hageman — despite the fact that she begged Wyoming Democrats to switch parties and vote for her in the primary, and thousands reportedly did so.