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Is Nikki planning to go full Ross Perot?

Posted on 2/24/24 at 9:07 pm
Posted by AdamsHouseCat
Member since Aug 2011
431 posts
Posted on 2/24/24 at 9:07 pm
Is Nikki planning to go full Ross Perot?

Why else would she stay in it?
Posted by Padme
Member since Dec 2020
6094 posts
Posted on 2/24/24 at 9:08 pm to
That would only help Trump, anyone voting for her is never gonna vote for Trump, but they could vote Biden
Posted by shamrock
Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2015
3619 posts
Posted on 2/24/24 at 9:10 pm to
Exactly.. her political career is done, but her advisor career, well..
Posted by Rebel
Graceland
Member since Jan 2005
130905 posts
Posted on 2/24/24 at 9:11 pm to
Perot was never a republican. He ran as Reform Party/Independent.

Nikki would first have to leave the republican party. Career suicide unless her donors are offering her board positions are defense contractors companies.
Posted by davyjones
NELA
Member since Feb 2019
29846 posts
Posted on 2/24/24 at 9:11 pm to
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Why else would she stay in it?

I’ve got the answer, but you’re probably gonna be a bit let down.

It’s because she’s a bratty little twat obsessed with showing Trump what’s what. But all she’s accomplished is ruining what little credibility she had before her string of bad decisions.
Posted by Bass Tiger
Member since Oct 2014
45903 posts
Posted on 2/24/24 at 9:12 pm to
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Is Nikki planning to go full Ross Perot? Why else would she stay in it?


Nik "The MIC" won't pull 1% of the vote.
Posted by Kang of Memphissippi
Memphissippi
Member since Sep 2023
561 posts
Posted on 2/24/24 at 9:13 pm to
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Why else would she stay in it?


Do y’all seriously not know why?

Powerful people are banking Trump is not allowed to run, one way or another. Keeping her in the “race” indefinitely is the ticket to plug her in once he is eliminated. Is this not obvious for everyone?

Do some research on what donors are backing her.
Posted by davyjones
NELA
Member since Feb 2019
29846 posts
Posted on 2/24/24 at 9:15 pm to
There is no “rule” that obligates the RNC to go to the second place primary candidate in the event the top dog goes out for some reason. IMO I believe the RNC would steer clear of her in that scenario.
Posted by SirWinston
PNW
Member since Jul 2014
81106 posts
Posted on 2/24/24 at 9:15 pm to
The great John King just said DJT should pass the delegate threshold in 16 days.

March 12th hell cross 1215 delegates


Posted by Kang of Memphissippi
Memphissippi
Member since Sep 2023
561 posts
Posted on 2/24/24 at 9:17 pm to
Sure there’s no rule, but it gives them an immediate pivot point. All the pundits would be told to immediately agree in unison. It is painfully obvious this is the plot, Haley doesn’t give a shite about this from a personal vendetta standpoint, she has been given orders.
Posted by PrecedentedTimes
Member since Dec 2020
3086 posts
Posted on 2/24/24 at 9:17 pm to
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but her advisor career, well..


And now, dear MSDNC viewers, let’s turn to our conservative analyst…
Posted by Rebel
Graceland
Member since Jan 2005
130905 posts
Posted on 2/24/24 at 9:18 pm to
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Keeping her in the “race” indefinitely is the ticket to plug her in once he is eliminated.


If Trump is eliminated, I would imagine (and hope) the GOP would nominate DeSantis.

quote:

Do some research on what donors are backing her.


you can't research dark money. her donors are Blackrock, Vanguard, and other globalist entities.
Posted by Colonel Flagg
Baton Rouge
Member since Apr 2010
22746 posts
Posted on 2/24/24 at 9:22 pm to
Once Trump get the delegates the bs lawsuits have to go away. They would be seen even more corrupt.
Posted by Kang of Memphissippi
Memphissippi
Member since Sep 2023
561 posts
Posted on 2/24/24 at 9:23 pm to
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If Trump is eliminated, I would imagine (and hope) the GOP would nominate DeSantis.


Why would you believe that? Do you think the GOP actually has our best interest in mind? Why would they not support the Haley nomination? She is willing to do literally anything the MIC wants her to do.
Posted by Big Jim Slade
Member since Oct 2016
4902 posts
Posted on 2/24/24 at 9:23 pm to
She thinks she will be there to grab the empty chair when the music stops playing . Trump’s NYC criminal trial is 3/25 and I imagine she thinks he will be launched thereafter opening the way for her.
Posted by Rebel
Graceland
Member since Jan 2005
130905 posts
Posted on 2/24/24 at 9:27 pm to
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Why would they not support the Haley nomination?


How would Haley be nominated? I doubt she even gets 100 delegates.

Rob beat her in the only race they were both in. Haley is unelectable is why they won't nominate her.
Posted by Kang of Memphissippi
Memphissippi
Member since Sep 2023
561 posts
Posted on 2/24/24 at 9:30 pm to
Is she unelectable against Biden? Also, most of her doners would be ok with her losing to Newsome or some other D candidate
Posted by Westbank111
Armpit of America
Member since Sep 2013
1899 posts
Posted on 2/24/24 at 9:35 pm to
I wouldn’t doubt the MACHINE pushes for her to run as some alternative candidate.

Anything they can do to take votes away from him, they will do.

The more convoluted the race, the more orions they have to steal it.
Posted by Rebel
Graceland
Member since Jan 2005
130905 posts
Posted on 2/24/24 at 9:39 pm to
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Is she unelectable against Biden?


i believe she is. her as the nominee would be the only way in hell to keep me from voting red.

the votes she got today was from primarily democrat voters. Biden is basically running unopposed so why would they waste their vote by voting in dem primary?

SC will be an outlier. It's her home state and an open primary. It doesn't get better for her, it only gets worse.

Lets see how much support she gets when we get to a state that has closed primary voting.
Posted by guy4lsu
shreveport
Member since Aug 2004
2867 posts
Posted on 2/24/24 at 9:49 pm to
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i believe she is. her as the nominee would be the only way in hell to keep me from voting red. the votes she got today was from primarily democrat voters. Biden is basically running unopposed so why would they waste their vote by voting in dem primary? SC will be an outlier. It's her home state and an open primary. It doesn't get better for her, it only gets worse. Lets see how much support she gets when we get to a state that has closed primary voting.


This…They might as well blow up the Party if they take out Trump.
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