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Paul Ryan announces he is all in for Nikki Haley

Posted on 1/19/24 at 12:08 am
Posted by MrLSU
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Posted on 1/19/24 at 12:08 am
Paul Ryan on CNBC pushing Nikki Haley

Sounds like he dropped DeSantis and is now all in on Nikki.
Posted by ChexMix
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Posted on 1/19/24 at 12:09 am to
Fox just called Arizona for Nikki Haley
Posted by POTUS2024
Member since Nov 2022
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Posted on 1/19/24 at 12:12 am to
It's so transparent now. We have an insurgent class from DC that is unified against the People.
Posted by roadGator
Member since Feb 2009
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Posted on 1/19/24 at 12:17 am to
I tried to find a link where Paul Ryan endorsed RonDesantis.

Couldn’t find anything.

Did find an article from a publication in Wisconsin from 2022 that Ryan had hopes for Youngkin, Tim Scott and Ron

Do you have a link?
Posted by Tiger Attorney
New Orleans
Member since Oct 2007
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Posted on 1/19/24 at 12:25 am to
It's very obvious at this point. If you are too blind to see that GOP has no interest in we, the people...there is just no fixing you.
Posted by GetYouThatCope
Member since Jan 2024
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Posted on 1/19/24 at 12:26 am to
LINK

June 28, 2023. Paul Ryan while not endorsing DeSantis was hoping for him or Haley (who was at 2% at the time).

So it was a passive endorsement in a sense.
Anyone this POS endorses is a net nagative, so I don't know why he's even opening his trap now. He's hurting whoever he endorses with grassroots base. His endorsement is same as Christie's and Mitt's endorsement.
This post was edited on 1/19/24 at 12:29 am
Posted by theCAW
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Posted on 1/19/24 at 12:27 am to
RINO Ryan
Posted by 20 ton
BR
Member since Aug 2013
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Posted on 1/19/24 at 12:31 am to
Well duhhhhhhh. Bet she has Mitch’s backing too.

The real question is “ How much is it killing her not to be at the mother ship, Davos?”
Posted by roadGator
Member since Feb 2009
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Posted on 1/19/24 at 12:34 am to
I didn’t see anything but Ryan supports anyone not named Trump in that link.

quote:

I’m for anybody not named Trump,” he added, “because I think we beat Biden for sure if we nominate a Republican not named Trump.”


Is that your idea of a passive endorsement of Ron?

Haley’s name isn’t even mentioned in your link.
This post was edited on 1/19/24 at 12:39 am
Posted by CalTiger53
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Posted on 1/19/24 at 12:35 am to
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This post was edited on 1/19/24 at 10:31 am
Posted by David_DJS
Member since Aug 2005
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Posted on 1/19/24 at 1:00 am to
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Is that your idea of a passive endorsement of Ron?

Well, Ryan did not say he would never endorse DeSantis, so that’s a solid passive endorsement of DeSantis according to superfans.

Haven’t we read in a dozen threads that Ryan and Bushes talked DeSantis into running? Seems odd that Ryan didn’t endorse RDS if that’s the case.
Posted by RobbBobb
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Member since Feb 2007
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Posted on 1/19/24 at 1:42 am to
quote:

Couldn’t find anything.

Lulz

LINK
quote:

Who is Ron DeSantis? Fox Nation explores the governor's rise Feb, 2023

quote:

"He is winning over Americans," Fox News host Brian Kilmeade said. "Hundreds of thousands have relocated to Florida over the last two years."

Paul Ryan orchestrated a one hour "Run Ron Run" story, just after Trump announced. He forgot to do one for Nikki, Christie, or Vivek I guess. Oopsie. In fact, Vivek and Haley were already in the race, but it was Desantis who got the human interest story.

Also, in Feb
quote:

Paul Ryan says he won’t attend RNC if Trump nominated in 2024

His signals couldnt have been more clear
Posted by roadGator
Member since Feb 2009
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Posted on 1/19/24 at 1:52 am to
Sweet. Your link doesn’t mention Paul Ryan at all. Good job SlobKnob.
Posted by RobbBobb
Matt Flynn, BCS MVP
Member since Feb 2007
27849 posts
Posted on 1/19/24 at 1:59 am to
quote:

Your link doesn’t mention Paul Ryan at all. Good job SlobKnob.

Hes on the board, dickweed. Why would FoxNation write a story outing a board member as pushing a particular story?

Plus, hes open about what he does behind the scenes
quote:

Ryan said, “I think Fox is a big part of the constellation of the conservative movement.”

“Is it the solution or the problem?” Sykes asked.

Ryan said he believed Fox News is “gonna have to be a part of the solution if we’re going to solve the problem in the conservative movement.”

“Because there isn’t a bigger platform than this in America,” Ryan said. “So I think the conservative movement is going through a lot of churn and a lot of turmoil and I don’t like where it is right now.”
Posted by roadGator
Member since Feb 2009
139685 posts
Posted on 1/19/24 at 2:11 am to
Thanks for admitting Paul never endorsed Ron.

I don’t know why you freaks have the need to lie all the time.

Have a good night.
Posted by TrueTiger
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Posted on 1/19/24 at 4:01 am to
He might as well be all in for Biden.
Posted by Lutcher Lad
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Member since Sep 2009
5688 posts
Posted on 1/19/24 at 4:56 am to
Another low-life Trump-hater....same class as Lizard Cheney, in my humble opinion.
Posted by RyanMartin835
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Posted on 1/19/24 at 4:57 am to
Posted by auggie
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Member since Aug 2013
27717 posts
Posted on 1/19/24 at 5:13 am to
Why would anyone care what Paul Ryan says, or even take it seriously?
I think he runs Fox News now?
He's going to get behind the candidate that has the most money to spend on TV ads.
Posted by Ricardo
Member since Sep 2016
4840 posts
Posted on 1/19/24 at 5:30 am to
I used to like, Paul Ryan. I thought his ideas were pretty good, but then I realized that he, like most politicians, had just mastered the art of knowing what to say, when to say it, and not follow through on it. Blaming, the system, as the reason for not delivering on promises seems to be the ultimate excuse for accomplishing very little in matters of reform.

He's not a dumb man, but he's not a leader and I think it bothers him greatly that he would never garner the support of someone like, Trump; despite his decades of "service" to the U.S. This is also partly why I think he dislikes the rank of file of the conservative voters.
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