Liz Cheney’s Net Worth Ballooned from $7 million to $44 million in five years in Congress

Liz Cheney’s Net Worth Ballooned from $7 million to $44 million in five years in Congress. By Wendell Husebo.

Rep. Liz Cheney’s (R-WY) net worth ballooned from an estimated $7 million when she first took office in 2017 to possibly more than $44 million in 2020, according to analysis from the Center for Responsive Politics and her most recent financial disclosure forms.

Depending on where she falls in the ranges in her latest financial disclosure forms, that could represent as much as a 600 percent increase in her net worth in just a few short years in Congress …

Cheney reported no earned income, gifts, or transactions. …

The median American household net worth is $121,700 …

Her congressional salary is $174,000 per year.

Chinese connection:

In 2018, Cheney’s top listed assets were Citibank ($3,000,000) and Latham & Watkins ($3,000,000). Latham & Watkins is Liz Cheney’s husband’s law firm, where Philip Perry, Cheney’s husband, has been a partner since 2017. … Perry’s firm has advised a Chinese Communist Party-linked technology company named TME and Exelon Corporation. The State Department in 2019 dubbed TME a tool of the Chinese government….

While Perry’s law firm has serviced Chinese clients, Cheney has sat on the Armed Services Committee with many powerful subcommittees dedicated to national security. …

Cheney is an enthusiastic uniparty supporter, leading the J6 show trials to stop Trump:

Cheney’s political approval is on a downward trend due to her fixation on fighting against former President Donald Trump on the partisan January 6 Committee. Fifty-four percent of voters were less likely to support Cheney’s reelection “because she’s part of the panel investigating the attack on the Capitol,” Casper Star-Tribune/Mason-Dixon found.

Cheney’s opposition to Trump has won her favor with many in the establishment uniparty. In recent weeks, Cheney has won endorsements from Hollywood elites and donations from Hillary Clinton and former President Barack Obama donors.

Cheney has also received large amount of money from outside state donors looking to save Cheney from defeat. The incumbent has out-raised [her opponent in the Repulican primary] Hageman by nearly three to one. Yet Hageman has done very well with Wyoming voters, who have donated more than $1.2 million — more than four times as much as Wyoming voters have donated to Cheney, FEC data shows.

Pollsters vastly understated the magnitude of Cheney’s pending loss. She was not merely repudiated. She was crushed. By Scott Johnson.

Cheney was planning for her political future as anti-Trump hero long before the polls closed. She has millions of dollars stashed in a PAC that she will put to some use. However, she seems to me a woman without a party (assuming she doesn’t want to switch parties).

She is on a mission that might profitably be continued as a talking head on CNN or MSNBC.

Liz Cheney’s Concession Speech Was a Mentally Ill Cry for Help. By Stephen Kruiser.

For once, the polls were not just right, but really, really right. Liz Cheney’s political career met its inevitable ignominious end last night. The drubbing was spectacular, a most decisive end to the political tenure of the woman who just last year was the third-most powerful Republican in Congress.

The race was called for Harriet Hageman about 14 seconds after the polls closed. What followed were a few hours of every leftist media outlet in America making Cheney out to be the bravest American woman since Rosa Parks.

Lizzie herself thought she was more like Lincoln. … “Abraham Lincoln was defeated in elections for the Senate and the House before he won the most important election of all,” Cheney explained. “Lincoln ultimately prevailed, he saved our union, and he defined our obligation as Americans for all of history.” …

Cheney for President, says the Uniparty:

In a saner time, Liz Cheney would be ostracized by both parties for this kind of lunacy. Instead, we’ve got people from every big mainstream news outlet in America saying that Cheney’s almost 40-point defeat means that she should run for president in 2024.

Follow the money. Who makes (as in manufactures) the money, rules.

UPDATE: Scott of the Pacific took this photo yesterday: