Biden Begs Nikki Haley Voters to Join Him – Here’s Why That Won’t Work

After Nikki Haley decided that she’d had enough of losing elections to Donald Trump, and made the official announcement she was calling it quits on her presidential campaign, Joe Biden thought it would be a good time to talk to Republican voters. The man who prefers tapioca pudding, watching Matlock, and 8 pm bed times thought Haley voters would throw their weight behind him in the general election… except they already have.

Haley put out a statement after getting trounced by Trump on Super Tuesday which said “the time has now come to suspend my campaign.”

“I said I wanted Americans to have their voice. I have done that,” she continued. “I have no regrets. And although I will no longer be a candidate, I will not stop using my voice for the things I believe,” she added.

That’s when Joe Biden attempted to swoop in and court her voters away from the Republican party, but that’s pretty hard to do considering all of her support came from THE DEMOCRATS!

 

“I want to be clear: There is a place for them in my campaign. I know there is a lot we won’t agree on. But on the fundamental issues…I hope and believe we can find common ground,” Biden stated.

Haley’s two sole primary wins were in Vermont and Washington DC where Democrat voters are allowed to vote in Republican primaries. And its been well documented that Democrats have urged their voters to not to vote for Biden, but to instead vote for Nikki Haley to keep Trump off the ballot.

The majority of these people admitted that they wouldn’t even vote for Haley in a general election if she had somehow made it through as the Republican candidate, meaning they’ve been Biden voters all along.

Sorry Joe, you’re not going to get much of a boost from that one!

Watch the video to see how Joe desperately hoped this would help.


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