After Nikki Haley’s Pathetic Nevada Loss – She Comes Up with THIS Excuse

This week, the state of Nevada held a primary election. However, the primary resulted in zero delegates for GOP candidates, since the party held its own caucuses later that same week.

Nikki Haley, in what could only be called a shocking act of mismanagement, was on the meaningless primary ballot. Yet, she failed to participate in the state’s caucuses. But not only would she win zero delegates, but she lost in the state primary to “none of these candidates.”

Yes, voters came out to vote for “nobody” over Nikki Haley. It was a humiliating loss, one that she will most likely be unable to recover from—as she continues her charade of a primary campaign.

Despite this, Haley has made a wild excuse for her loss.

Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley said in an interview on Wednesday, following her loss to “none of these candidates” in the Nevada Republican Party presidential primary, that the process in Nevada was “rigged” by former President Donald Trump…

When asked if the loss “hurt,” Haley responded: “No, I mean, Nevada, it’s such a scam. They were supposed to have a primary. Trump rigged it so that the GOP chairman, who’s been indicted, would go and create a caucus. We knew months ago that we weren’t going to spend a day or a dollar in Nevada, because it wasn’t worth it.”

“And so we didn’t even count Nevada. That wasn’t anything we were looking at,” she said. “We knew that was rigged from the start. Our focus is on South Carolina, Michigan, and Super Tuesday. So, if you look what we did in Iowa and you look at what we did in New Hampshire, we’re continuing to grow. That’s what matters, I think, more than anything else.” [Source: Daily Wire]

So, I guess Haley’s strategy now is to burn every GOP bridge she can find? When asked about her pathetic loss in Nevada, she attacked both Donald Trump and the state party’s leader. She slandered the GOP chair of Nevada, saying he had been “indicted.” Um… what does that have to do with your humiliating loss, Nikki?

She seems to think that she still has a chance in other states. But you need every last win in this kind of race, if you expect to make it to the finish line. Ron DeSantis had more money and was arguably more popular than Haley. But he still dropped out after Iowa, knowing it was better to bow out now than face more defeats in the coming months.

There are hundreds of delegates up for grabs. But a winning strategy is not to neglect one state, make excuses for why you couldn’t plan better, and then slander your own party members.

Haley’s only chance, perhaps in her mind, is to hang on long enough to get a few delegates. Maybe if Trump is indicted before November, the GOP will come crawling to her?

It’s a long shot for sure. But that might be her only chance.

Author: Kit Fargo


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