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Wyoming GOP Chair Says State Ought to Contemplate Secession


Over the course of some months, the GOP has misplaced management of each the White Home and the senate. With Democrats in full management, there isn’t a lot Republican leaders can do to reply.

That doesn’t imply they aren’t going to attempt. Arizona, a long-time Republican stronghold, voted for Biden and has lately elected two Democratic senators. In response, the Arizona GOP censured Cindy McCain.

Lately the top of the Wyoming GOP, Frank Earthorne, hinted that he may need to take it a step farther than Arizona. Throughout a latest look on Steve Bannon’s present, Earthorne said:

“We have to deal with the basics that’s been said on this broadcast, and that’s what Wyoming is. We’re straight-talking, centered on the worldwide scene, however we’re additionally centered at house. Many of those Western states have the power to be self-reliant, and we’re conserving eyes on Texas too and their consideration of doable secession. Now, they’ve a distinct state structure than we do so far as wording, however it’s one thing that we’re all listening to.”

Earthorne additionally took umbrage with Liz Cheney. Cheney, a Wyoming congresswoman, lately voted to question Donald Trump. The GOP Chair felt that she ought to have given occasion leaders a heads up earlier than doing so.

The GOP Chair later tried to stroll again his statements in a textual content to the Casper Star Tribune. He wrote, “Solely a short dialog with the Texas GOP in earlier work with them. Gained’t come up once more except the grass roots brings it up.”