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Democrat megadonors are trying to subvert the Republican Party by backing “Trojan horse” Nikki Haley, Vivek Ramaswamy tells Tucker Carlson
By Belle Carter // Jan 10, 2024

American entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy called his co-Republican presidential candidate and former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley the Democrats' puppet and a "Trojan horse," who intends to subvert and deceive from within the party. During the latest "Uncensored" episode titled "The Dem Party Plan For Biden," which aired on the Tucker Carlson Network (TCN), Ramaswamy pointed out how the true puppet masters are fundamentally nonpartisan in nature.

"There are a few things they care about: Keeping the foreign war machine humming is high on the list. Keeping the administrative state's control of the United States is also high on the list. They found a much more convenient puppet within the Republican Party itself," he said. "They have their core objectives, and Nikki makes for a far better Trojan horse to actually accomplish that objective than anybody else."

The statement came after show host and former Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson showed a video of Haley during a town hall in Davenport in Iowa in October, where she claimed that Russian President Vladimir Putin was behind the Hamas incursion of Israel on Oct. 7 and that Russian intelligence had helped aid the attack, which had simultaneously taken attention off the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict.

Haley recently overtook long-time runner-up Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in the latest polls and the mainstream media is feasting on chances of the woman-warmonger toppling former President Donald Trump in the primary nominations somehow. Among Republican chairs committed to a candidate, Trump has 37 percent, Haley has 16 percent and DeSantis has nine percent.

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Tucker said that Democratic megadonors are facing President Joe Biden's declining popularity and Vice President Kamala Harris' unpopularity, which is why they are attempting to subvert the Republican Party by backing Haley. "Strip away all the outward characteristics, and Nikki Haley is identical in her priorities to Joe Biden and the people who back Joe Biden," Carlson said. Haley, whose campaign raised $24 million between October and December, has received recent major endorsements from New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu and Americans for Prosperity Action, which is backed by billionaire Charles Koch.

Ramaswamy, who is also the youngest GOP presidential hopeful, said that it is now crystal clear that the "bipartisan system" wants to narrow the GOP presidential race down to just two candidates: Trump and Haley. "It's not Biden and it's not even Gavin Newsom. It's Nikki Haley within the Republican Party itself," he continued, adding that that makes for a very convenient frontman because then they actually have absolved themselves from any allegations of partisanship or Democratic partisanship against Trump. Finally, the tech entrepreneur and author noted that the system is not going to let Trump win because "they have already have their chosen alternative, ready to trot out."

Lunatic Haley renamed her husband

Carlson's abbreviated interview with Ramaswamy was shared on X, formerly Twitter, and garnered a lot of reactions and comments from users including that of Big Tech's executive Elon Musk, who replied to the thread: "Interesting." Some users pointed out how Haley seemed to have been "flip-flopping" her statements over the years. Zadok posted a video where Haley said: "I will not, not now, not ever, support raising the gas tax." And then in the next clip, she declared: "Let's increase the gas tax by 10 cents over the next three years." There are also other clips in the compilation showing how she has the tendency to be inconsistent with her stances. (Related: Nikki Haley just disqualified herself during a live CBS interview — she's done…)

Meanwhile, a bizarre confession was made in her autobiographical 2012 book "Can't Is Not an Option: My American Story" and resurfaced on social media. She said that she renamed her then-boyfriend Bill to Michael because his name was not fashionable enough for her political motivations.

"You may be wondering how Bill became South Carolina First Gentleman Michael Haley. After we started dating, I looked at him one day and said: 'What's your name?' 'You know it's Bill,' he said puzzled. 'You just don't look like a Bill. What's your whole name?' 'William Michael,'" the book shared. From that point on, she started calling him Michael and all their friends did the same. "When he transferred to Clemson his sophomore year, my friends became his friends, and before we knew it, he was universally known as Michael," Haley wrote.

An article on Yahoo Life remarked: "Was this an early sign of Haley's executive decision-making prowess or a glimpse into a certain steamroller/flat-surface dynamic in their relationship? Leadership or sociopathy? But to be fair, maybe Michael, formerly known as Bill, was looking for exactly the sort of woman who would take over his life, someone to make it so he never had to think anything more complicated than 'Yes, dear,'" it continued.

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