A Wyoming Republican super PAC is unveiling an ad blitz in Wyoming, slamming Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) ahead of the state’s upcoming primary election. The Wyoming Values PAC released the 30-second “Fed Up” commercial on Tuesday.

The commercial claims Cheney left conservative values long ago and suggested it’s time for a change.

The commercial features Cheney’s challenger Harriet Hageman, who assures voters she will fight the Cheney-Pelosi agenda.

“It’s time for a change. Harriet Hageman is of Wyoming, from Wyoming, and for Wyoming,” the narrator for Wyoming Values PAC’s ad states, followed by a clip of the challenger at a rally stating, “We’re fed up with Liz Cheney.”

The commercial included clips of Hageman, at a rally on the campaign trail, arguing that “we’re fed up with Joe Biden, with Nancy Pelosi. We’re fed up with inflation, and we’re fed up with Liz Cheney.”

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The anti-Cheney commercial, in which Wyoming Values PAC is said to be spending a half million dollars to run throughout the state starting Tuesday through the August 16 Primary Day, ended with the narrator emphasizing that “Hageman will fight the Cheney/Pelosi agenda the Wyoming way.”

Watch the commercial:

Cheney was the senior of the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach President Trump on a charge of inciting January 6, 2021, U.S. Capitol incident.

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Cheney, the daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, immediately came under verbal attack from Trump and his allies. In May last year, she was ousted from her number-three House GOP leadership position.

Former President Donald Trump posted on his social media site Truth Social after Thursday’s hearing by the House “un-select” committee investigating last year’s Capitol riot, saying at one point that “the USA is going to hell.” He also commented on Cheney, whom he called “a sanctimonious loser.”

“Liz Cheney is a sanctimonious loser. The Great State of Wyoming is wise to her. Why not show the tapes, or interview, those that, with evidence, challenge the election?”

According to Fox News, the super PAC’s spot is the second in support of Hageman after running an ad featuring Donald Trump Jr. – its honorary chair – for three weeks in the runup to the former president’s late-May Wyoming rally for Hageman.

The PAC is steered by Republican consultants Andy Surabian and James Blair, veterans of the former president’s 2020 reelection campaign. Surabian, also a leading political adviser for Trump Jr., argued that “we’re confident that in 3 short weeks, conservatives across Wyoming will send a strong message to the swamp and reject Cheney’s failed leadership.”

In two Sunday talk show appearances this past weekend, Cheney noted that her leadership role on the House January 6 Select Committee trumps her efforts to win reelection for a fourth term representing Wyoming in the House.

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