Primary political strategies are very different from general election strategies. Timing is everything; candidates do not want to ascend too quickly but they definitely don’t want to never ascend at all.
The GOP nomination is already locked up. Donald Trump’s lead is completely insurmountable with less than two months before the Iowa caucus. But Republican candidates are still vying for second place because they want to be the frontrunner if the Deep State is able to take Trump down. The powers-that-be are engaging in no fewer than a dozen lawfare efforts against him, from disqualifying him on various state ballots to trying to convict him of manufactured charges in multiple courts.
This is why Ron DeSantis, Nikki Haley, and Vivek Ramaswamy are still in the race. Chris Christie is in the race because someone thinks he can be a good attack dog against Trump, but even in his one job he’s been an absolute failure, reducing his already-shattered legacy to dust.
Trump supporters have generally considered DeSantis to be the one to watch, but momentum is shifting. NeoCon Nikki Haley is quickly ascending to be the NeverTrumpers’ favorite, going so far as to threaten Americans’ online privacy to pander to UniParty Swamp megadonors. She’s a globalist shill, a puppet for JPMorgan, BlackRock, and the Deep State to fully own.
As much as I have learned to dislike DeSantis despite being a decent governor of Florida, my concerns about him if Trump gets taken down are small when compared to my concerns about Haley. She has the potential to be the most destructive force if she’s the nominee. She would redefine the GOP whether she wins the general election or not, taking us back to the Bush-era Republican Party or worse. And if she becomes president, it will be an unmitigated disaster.
Here is an article by Will Kessler from Daily Caller that should wake up any conservative who thinks Haley would be a better backup option than DeSantis. Rather than offering commentary about the article, I’m publishing it in its entirety and letting readers come to their own conclusions. I know how it makes me feel, but let’s see if readers hear the same alarm bells I hear. After the article, I will offer some final thoughts…
Nikki Haley Meets With BlackRock CEO Larry Fink, Other Wall Street Elites
Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley met with several Wall Street executives in a series of events Tuesday in her bid to be the Republican nominee for president, according to the Financial Times.
Haley attended a small meet-and-greet breakfast in New York where CEO of BlackRock Larry Fink was in attendance, followed by a fundraiser later in the day co-hosted by Gary Cohn, former president of Goldman Sachs, according to the FT. BlackRock has been criticized by conservatives in recent years for its adoption and promotion of Environment, Social and Corporate Governance (ESG) policies, which aim to invest in companies based on their commitment to social and environmental causes.
Republican-led states, like Florida and Texas, in opposition to BlackRock’s use of “woke” ESG investment, have pulled their money from the investment firm. Altogether, Republican-led states pulled almost $4.5 billion from the company in 2022.
Some other business leaders have considered lending their support to the candidate, with Ken Griffin, founder of Citadel, considering donating to her campaign, while billionaire investor Stanley Druckenmiller announced his support on Monday, according to the FT. Haley could receive a bump in donations as other candidates drop out, with financiers looking for alternative candidates to former President Donald Trump, who currently leads in the polls. Billionaire Charles Koch is reportedly planning on backing a non-Trump candidate soon, according to the FT.
Haley has previously met with Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan, in a series of private conversations discussing the global economy. Dimon expressed support for Haley’s views on the economy, particularly on how business and the government can work together to increase prosperity.
— Hooff Cooksey (@hooffcooksey) November 16, 2023
Fink attended a lavish dinner honoring Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday, along with numerous other business executives who expressed their support for doing business in China. The dinner took place after a meeting between Xi and President Joe Biden to discuss relations between the two countries as well as their policies.
Haley had $11.5 million in campaign funds at the end of September and plans to launch an ad campaign in Iowa and New Hampshire at the start of December, costing $10 million, according to the FT.
The Haley campaign did not immediately respond to a request to comment from the Daily Caller News Foundation.
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Drop Haley Now
I fully support Donald Trump. I’ve been critical of many of his policies, particular the lockdowns and “vaccines” that he was manipulated into supporting, but he’s going to get the nomination unless he’s stopped by the Deep State.
IF he is stopped, then Haley must not be his replacement. I had major concerns about her long before she started embracing authoritarianism in public. I considered her to be a globalist shill before she met with all of the anti-American oligarchs mentioned in the Daily Caller article above. She has always been a NeoCon, which made her a pawn of the globalists. Now it appears she’s trying to cross over to the other side of the board where she’ll be made a globalist queen.
Ron DeSantis has major flaws that have been exposed during his presidential campaign. Vivek Ramaswamy has too many question marks about his actual core values, not to mention his loyalties. But Nikki Haley is an existential threat to both the Republican Party and the nation. She must never be given the GOP nomination if the Deep State takes Donald Trump out of the race. Let’s pray that never happens.