Liz Cheney Has COVID Despite Having Vaccination Dogma


Under the guise of “safety,” we were coerced into complying with Covid mandates in order to keep our jobs, attend school, visit indoor venues, travel, or just lead an everyday life.

After three years of having to deal with the manufactured crisis, it is becoming more and more painfully clear that we were misled about something.

It seems that mRNA gene modification injections offer no protection against the spread of COVID-19. This is made evident by the steady stream of public figures who have been caught in the act of peddling poison and still getting sick. One after the other, they announce the “shocking” news.

Despite being wholly vaccinated and with a booster shot, Cheney revealed that she had a positive test result for the COVID-19 virus on Wednesday morning.

Cheney said: “While I am fully vaccinated and boosted, I received a positive test result for COVID-19 early Wednesday morning. I am currently experiencing mild symptoms and will follow the CDC’s guidance as I continue to work on behalf of the people of Wyoming.”
The representative from Wyoming has advocated for the use of COVID vaccinations.

The RINO lawmaker has also advised public members to put a face diaper on. For inspiration, she posted an image of her father, the former Vice President Dick Cheney, wearing a cowboy hat and a mask.

The COVID-19 diagnosis of Cheney comes two weeks before the first of eight public hearings held by the January 6 select committee. Cheney is hellbent on settling some sort of personal score with Donald Trump, aligning herself with the most rabid of Democrats.
Speaking about Trump, the bitter Cheney said, “It is fundamentally antithetical, it is contrary to everything conservatives believe, to embrace a personality cult. And yet, that is what so many in my party are doing today.”

According to reports, four additional vaccinated members of Congress disclosed positive diagnoses over the weekend. These members include Senator Jeff Merkley of Oregon and Representative Al Green of Texas, and Representatives David Price of North Carolina and Susie Lee of Nevada.