• Haley Suspends Campaign After Overwhelming Primary Losses; Refuses To Endorse Trump

    March 6, 2024
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    After being soundly beaten in the Super Tuesday primaries yesterday, Republican Candidate Nikki Haley announced that she will suspend her campaign.

    “I am filled with gratitude for the outpouring of support we’ve received from all across our great country. But the time has now come to suspend my campaign,” Haley said ending her 2024 bid on Wednesday.

    This is no surprise given that Haley won only two primaries, one in heavily blue Washington D.C. and the other in Vermont, which has an open primary. She even lost in Nevada to the category of 'No Named Candidate." Trump won fourteen out of fifteen contested yesterday, and even won in Haley's home state of South Carolina.

    It was also no surprise that she refused to endorse her former boss. Haley had been extremely critical of Trump, using mostly Democrat talking points in her campaign to bash him repeatedly. Many speculated that Haley stayed in the race to replace Trump if he was somehow disqualified. Others said she was merely there to hurt his campaign by forcing him to spend money to campaign against her, even though he didn't need to campaign much to defeat her.

    In the end, Haley was viewed by most Conservatives as an unlikeable, scripted World Economic Forum RINO who would be no better than a Democrat in the White House. This spelled disaster for her campaign.

    Many speculate that she will end up at MSNBC or CNN as a token "Republican" with such leftists hosts as Joy Reid. Certainly, Haley has effectively ended her political career as a Conservative.



    Jan Greenhawk

    Jan Greenhawk is a former teacher and school administrator for over thirty years. She has two grown children and lives with her husband in Maryland. She also spent over twenty-five years coaching/judging gymnastics and coaching women’s softball.
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