Certainly one of Rep. Liz Cheney's important opponents describes his & # 39; Romeo and Juliet story & # 39; and … yikes
Bouchard then went into a little more detail with the Casper Star Tribune and … it didn't get any better. She was 14, he was 18. They married when she was 15 and he was 19, divorced three years later, and she died of suicide when she was 20.
It's a sad story. Time has passed. But his efforts to face opposition research above this part of his life have been creepy. "She was a little younger than me." She was 14! And okay, had they stayed together and she lived over 20, when they were 28 and 32 there wouldn't have been much age difference. But 14 … no, man, no. And Romeo and Juliet? Yikes
Bouchard isn't Cheney's only main antagonist, but he's a believable one – because he's a state senator and "one of the most prominent gun rights advocates in Wyoming," according to the Star Tribune. He raised $ 334,000 in the first quarter of 2021 after starting the race in January. However, Republicans who want to punish Cheney for her infidelity to Trump likely have a choice, which is why another Republican apparently tried to use opposition research to put Bouchard out of the running. But one of the most disturbing things to think about is, if the race boils down to Cheney and Bouchard, who would Wyoming Republicans choose?