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Nikki Haley Is Funded By Democrats, Wall Street, & Globalists

A Top Democrat Donor, Reid Hoffman, Gave $250,000 To Nikki Haley’s Super PAC 


In December 2023, it was revealed that one of the Democratic Party’s biggest donors, Reid Hoffman, gave $250,000 to a super PAC supporting Nikki Haley. Haley’s super PAC welcomed the donation.


“The pro-Haley super PAC, SFA Fund Inc., was asked specifically by Mr. Hoffman’s political team if it would take money from Mr. Hoffman, given that he is a Democrat who actively supports President Biden, Mr. Mehlhorn said. The super PAC, he added, said yes.”


Haley’s response to receiving money from democrats and Wall Street during the fourth GOP debate: “In terms of these donors that are supporting me, they’re just jealous,’” said Haley. “They wish that they were supporting them.”


Hoffman has “financially backed an array of anti-Trump candidates and causes.” He also helped fund the lawsuit by E. Jean Carroll against President Trump.


Hoffman has donated to United Senate Democrats running for re-election in 2024 battleground states. He is also a major Biden donor. Hoffman gave $1.5 million to a Biden super PAC in 2020, “in addition to the maximum individual dollar amount allowed to the Democrat’s campaign.”


Hoffman was also forced to issue an apology for funding a group that falsely tried to give an impression the Russian government was supporting an Alabama Republican Senate candidate.


Fox News headline: “Liberal billionaire apologizes for funding ‘false flag’ effort to link Kremlin to Republican in Alabama Senate race”


Nikki Haley Is Loved By Democrats, Wall Street Donors, And Globalists 


Fox News headline: “Ex-Obama campaign manager urges liberal voters to support Nikki Haley to sabotage Trump”

Newsweek headline: “Why Wall Street Is Falling in Love With Nikki Haley”

Financial Times headline: “Wall Street megadonors warm to Nikki Haley as their anti-Donald Trump Republican”

The Daily Caller headline: “Nikki Haley Meets With BlackRock CEO Larry Fink, Other Wall Street Elites”

Politico headline: “JPMorgan’s Dimon: Democrats should boost Nikki Haley”

Globalist Jamie Dimon has strongly advocated for Democrats to support Nikki Haley over President Trump.


Dimon said, “If you’re a very liberal Democrat, I urge you to help Nikki Haley, too. Give them a choice on the Republican side that might be better than Trump…”


VIDEO: JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon on 2024 election: Help Nikki Haley ‘even if you’re a very liberal Democrat’



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Haley Said The Reason She Ran For Office Is Because Of Hillary Clinton 


In 2012, Haley said the reason she ran for office is because of Hillary Clinton.

“‘Everybody was telling me why I shouldn’t run: I was too young, I had small children, I should start at the school board level,’ she said at the time. ‘I went to Birmingham University, and Hillary Clinton was the keynote speaker on a leadership institute, and she said that when it comes to women running for office, there will be everybody that tells you why you shouldn’t but that’s all the reasons why we need you to do it, and I walked out of there thinking ‘That’s it. I’m running for office.’”


Haley Is The Establishment Candidate Who Is Loved By Paul Ryan And Mitt Romney 


In 2023, Haley attended a retreat held by Club for Growth.

Haley has been strongly supported by Paul Ryan.

Washington Examiner headline: “Paul Ryan lobbied Rep. Mike Gallagher to endorse Nikki Haley in 2024: Report”

VIDEO: In 2023, Paul Ryan called Haley the most appealing general election candidate we’ve got.


In October 2018, Ryan posted, “Nikki Haley has been a clear, consistent, and powerful voice for America’s interests and democratic principles on the world stage. She challenged friend and foe to be better. I am saddened that she is leaving the administration, but so grateful for her service. Thank you, Nikki.”


VIDEO: In 2016, Ryan called Haley a “visionary.”

In November 2016, Ryan posted, “So proud of my friend Nikki Haley. She is a visionary leader who gets things done and will be an excellent ambassador to the United Nations.”


Haley has been a strong supporter of Mitt Romney and endorsed him in 2011.

In 2012, Haley claimed that Romney is the “right man to end the chaos in Washington, D.C.”

“Tonight, Mitt Romney once again displayed his vision, leadership, and grace under fire. He showed why he is without question the right man to end the chaos in Washington, D.C. and put America back to work. Neither our state nor our nation can afford four more years of President Obama, and it is critical that we nominate someone with Mitt Romney’s history of results. We need a president who has a record of not just talk, but of actually getting things done, and Governor Romney is that man.”


Mitt Romney contributed $42K to Haley in 2010 for her Governor campaign.


“Haley spokesman Tim Pearson told POLITICO, ‘We appreciate everything that Governor and Mrs. Romney have done for the campaign – from coming out for Nikki when she was still, as she says, ‘Nikki-who?’, to traveling with us today, to the financial support. They’ve been a tremendous asset to the campaign, all the way around.”


Americans For Prosperity Action, The Political Arm Of The China First Movement, Endorsed Haley For President 

In November 2023, Charles Koch’s anti-Trump group endorsed Nikki Haley for president.

In 2018, the Koch network sided with China over President Trump on tariffs.




Nikki Haley Will Raise Your Taxes


Nikki Haley Pushed For A 60% Increase In The State Gas Tax In South Carolina After Promising For Years That She Would Never Do So 


Nikki Haley has flipped on the gas tax.

In her 2013 State of the State address, Haley said, “But I will not – not now, not ever – support raising the gas tax…”

In her 2014 State of the State address, Haley proclaimed that she would veto any bill that reached her desk that raises taxes on gasoline.

“I will veto any bill that reaches my desk that raises taxes on gasoline.”


Haley flipped her position, and posted on her website that she proposes raising the gas tax by 10 cents per gallon to pay for the State’s infrastructure. However, Haley then scrubbed her website after the flip-flop.

“‘If we raise our gas tax by more than 10 cents per gallon, we will equal or surpass Georgia’s tax level and lose our competitive advantage,’ Haley’s website once declared.”


However, in 2015, Haley proposed a 60% increase in the state gas tax in South Carolina.

“Gov. Nikki Haley’s plan to fix the state’s crumbling infrastructure includes a 59.7 percent increase in the gas tax over three years, a marked shift from what she has said to media and in public addresses. Haley proposed to increase the state gas tax by 10 cents to 26.75 cents per gallon over the next three years, in conjunction with lowering state income taxes from 7 percent to 5 percent and restructuring the state Department of Transportation.”


In January 2016, Haley unveiled her budget proposal which included the gas tax hike.


Nikki Haley Voted For A 20% Increase In The State Sales Tax In South Carolina 


In 2006, Haley co-sponsored a bill as a state House member that raised the state’s sales tax in South Carolina.


Nikki Haley Supports A New 23% National Sales Tax 

In December 2012, Haley said she would “support the Fair Tax and any reform that would eliminate income tax” in South Carolina as governor.



The Fair Tax Act would allow for a nationwide “23% retail tax that happens at the checkout counter for new goods and services.” Additionally, “The 23% rate is ‘tax-inclusive’, meaning the percentage you pay is calculated based on the total price of your purchase. In everyday practice, the national sales tax rate under the Fair Tax Act would effectively be 30%.”


Haley Repeatedly Paid Fines For Not Paying Her Income Taxes On Time


In 2010, it was reported that Haley repeatedly paid fines for not paying her income taxes on time. However, during the first Republican presidential debate and a frequent line used on the campaign and in media appearances, Haley claims “It’s time for an accountant in the White House.”


Haley and her husband filed their taxes late starting in 2004.

“Tax records revealed Wednesday showed South Carolina Republican gubernatorial nominee Nikki Haley repeatedly paid fines for not paying her income taxes on time. Haley, a fiscal conservative and tea party favorite, cites her experience as an accountant on the campaign trail. But she and her husband have filed their taxes late since at least 2004, according to records released by her campaign. In 2004, the couple received state and federal refunds, but since then the state legislator and her husband have been fined nearly $4,500 on late federal taxes owed. Their tax returns for 2005 and 2006 were each filed more than 14 months late.”




Conservative Leaders: It’s Time To Unite Around Trump To Defeat Biden


President Donald Trump on Monday shattered all previous records with a historic 30-point margin of victory in the Iowa Republican Caucus—more than doubling the previous record 12-point margin won by Bob Dole in 1988.


Conservative leaders across the nation are issuing a unanimous call to action: The time has come to end the charade and unite behind the only man who can defeat Joe Biden and restore America to greatness, Donald J. Trump.


What They Are Saying:

Tucker Carlson: “Donald Trump won decisively. At this point it’s hard to see how he’s not the Republican nominee because he didn’t just win last night, he triumphed overwhelmingly by a historic margin.”

Ben Shapiro: “Trump is the presumptive GOP nominee. There are no serious data-driven paths forward for anyone else.”

Newt Gingrich: “This is the people’s victory…the people of Iowa stood up and said: ‘No, he is our candidate.’ …He’s the nominee. Get over it…He’s going to win the nomination.”

Clay Travis: “The Republican primary race is over. Donald Trump has won it. Ron DeSantis, Nikki Haley, & Vivek ran their hardest, but they weren’t close. It’s time to rally behind Trump and beat Joe Biden. No one can beat Trump in the primary. It’s wasted money. Spend it to beat Biden.”

Tomi Lahren: “I think that tonight, with this decisive victory for Donald Trump, I think it is time for Republicans to galvanize behind Donald Trump. I do believe he’s going to be our nominee, so it’s time to set our sights on the general.”

House Republican Conference Chair Elise Stefanik: “I am calling on every other candidate – all of whom have no chance to win – to drop out so we can unify and immediately rally behind President Trump.”

Rep. Jim Banks: “President Trump is the first GOP non-incumbent since Richard Nixon to win an outright majority in the Iowa caucus. Time to ditch the distractions, unite behind Trump and focus on beating Joe Biden!”

Rep. Matt Gaetz: “This is the Republican Party coalescing around Donald Trump as our presumptive nominee…it’s time to work together to take on the Democrats, to go battle in the swing states. We don’t need tens of millions of dollars spent to continue this contest that Donald Trump has clearly won.”

Rep. Wesley Hunt: “NO Republican has won a contested Iowa Caucus by more than 12.8%. Tonight, Donald Trump won by 30. It’s time to rally around the man who WILL BE our NOMINEE and the next President of the United States.”



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