Most Nikki Haley Voters in New Hampshire Were Actually Democrats

(NEW) CNN Republican Presidential Primary Debate with Nikki Haley and Ron DeSantis at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. January 10, 2024, Des Moines, Iowa, USA: Nikki Haley (shown) and Ron DeSantis (not shown) participate in CNN's Republican Presidential Primary Debate at Drake University before the Iowa caucuses. Credit: Kyle Mazza/TheNews2 (Foto: Kyle Mazza/Thenews2/Deposit Photos)

President Donald Trump won another record-setting primary election in New Hampshire last Tuesday. Nikki Haley was the only other candidate still in the race and she got absolutely trounced. In a truly embarrassing development, it turned out that most of the people who voted for Nikki Haley were actually Democrats.

CNN’s exit polling found that 70% of the people who voted for Nikki Haley were “undeclared.” Which means they were Democrats. Since Joe Biden wasn’t on the ballot in the Democrat primary in New Hampshire, and the DNC had spent a month telling people that their vote in New Hampshire didn’t matter anyway, a lot of them decided to cross the aisle and vote for Nikki Haley.

Isn’t it amazing? Look at the lengths the Democrats went to in order to try to meddle in a primary, just to try to stop Donald Trump. Someone should ask the DNC if that’s how “democracy” is supposed to work. Let’s have thousands of people tamper with the other party’s elections! Democracy!

 

After her crushing defeat, Haley announced that she is now in the primary for the long haul. She’ll now proceed to burn through tens of millions of dollars in donor cash that could have been used in the general election to defeat Biden, but whatever. She’s obviously running to help Biden at this point.

Watch as comedian Jimmy Dore tries to unravel the mystery of how Nikki Haley even got any votes in New Hampshire.

 


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