Former South Carolina RINO Governor Nikki Haley is emerging as the establishment candidate in the 2024 GOP Presidential Primary.
But Haley’s campaign is based on a lie.
And Nikki Haley does not want you to know about this dirty little secret.
Haley’s fellow South Carolina establishment RINO Tim Scott entered the race as the presumed favorite of the GOP elites.
RINO Senate Minority Whip John Thune endorsed Scott and many believed that Mitch McConnell also wanted him as the candidate.
But Scott’s dull campaign where he pledged full support for Ukraine never caught on with GOP voters.
Now, Scott is unloading on Haley after the home state South Carolina Post and Courier published a blistering editorial urging all candidates to drop out of the race and unite behind Haley in an effort to defeat Trump.
In an interview with the Washington Examiner, Scott said the media was doing what they do in every Republican Primary – rally behind the most left-wing Republican in the field.
“I think moderates getting behind Nikki is a fairly common thing,” Scott stated.
“The media and the Left seem to be rallying behind the most moderate candidate in the race,” Scott continued. “I’m not sure if that’s good for the Party, but it certainly is something that’s expected.”
Haley’s been under fire for hinting that the United States should take in unvetted Muslim refugees from Gaza because she believes the government could tell the difference between someone who was a Hamas supporter and someone who was not.
After coming under fire from Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, Haley backtracked and claimed she never supported America accepting unvetted refugees from Gaza.
“She’s taking the most moderate positions,” Scott added.
“Her first position on the Palestinian refugees was to accept them,” Scott explained.
“Then she saw that that was out of step with the Party and she decided to change her position,” Scott declared.
An exasperated Scott also called out Haley for trying to camouflage her pro-abortion position.
“She’s playing a position where she would be pro-life for South Carolina, but pro-choice for the rest of the country. That’s obviously a moderate position for our Party, but one that certainly resonates on the Left,” Scott concluded.
At the first GOP Presidential debate – where the media and GOP operative class declared her one of the big winners – Haley implored Republicans to drop “extreme” pro-life positions. And she showed her true colors when she proposed Republicans drop a Federal pro-life bill and “not make women feel like they have to decide on this issue.”
Scott is no better than Haley.
Like Haley, Scott is an unapologetic supporter of a blank check for Joe Biden’s war in Ukraine.
And during the Trump Presidency, Scott was so woke that it was hard to distinguish him from the “Squad.”
Scott played the race card to smear two of Trump’s conservative judicial nominees.
And following George Floyd’s death, Scott adopted the Black Lives Matter rhetoric of attacking police and served as the GOP’s point man on negotiations for a bill that would have put Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer in charge of law enforcement’s conduct standards.
But that doesn’t mean Scott is fibbing about Nikki Haley and her RINO record.
Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.