Nikki Haley announced her candidacy this week and immediately hit the campaign trail with a trip to the first Primary state of New Hampshire.
At a town hall event, Haley commented on the Parental Rights in Education Bill signed into law by Ron DeSantis.
And Nikki Haley picked a fight with Ron DeSantis that she will live to regret.
New Hampshire is one of the key Presidential Primary battleground states in the country for Republicans.
The Granite State holds the first Primary contest on the GOP Presidential nominating calendar following the Iowa caucuses.
So naturally, New Hampshire was the first state Nikki Haley visited after she officially announced her Presidential campaign this week at a rally in South Carolina.
As part of a three-day swing through New Hampshire, Haley attended a town hall Thursday night in Exeter, one of three towns in America that claim to be the birthplace of the Republican Party.
During her announcement video, Haley took an underhanded swipe at Donald Trump over his age.
But in New Hampshire, Haley caught everyone off guard by criticizing the Parental Rights in Education Bill in Florida.
“There was all this talk about the Florida bill — the ‘don’t say gay bill,’” Haley began. “Basically what it said was you shouldn’t be able to talk about gender before third grade.”
Haley then attacked the bill, saying “I’m sorry, I don’t think that goes far enough.”
“When I was in school you didn’t have sex ed until 7th grade,” she continued, before adding, “and even then, your parents had to sign whether you could take the class.”
As for DeSantis, Haley said “I think Ron’s been a good Governor” before adding that “I just think that third grade’s too young.”
Nikki Haley claiming Ron DeSantis is not doing “enough” against the woke Left caught many as ironic given her long history of selling out on the issue.
As South Carolina Governor, Haley blocked a bill that would have banned biological males from using the girl’s bathrooms, saying “I don’t believe it’s necessary.”
Nikki Haley also supports the Left’s identity politics.
Hillary Clinton is who inspired Haley to first run for office based solely on the fact that she is a woman.
And in 2021, Haley said on camera that “I would never run against my President, he was a great President” when speaking about Trump to reporters.
Haley is nothing more than a flip-flopping RINO.
And she will regret attacking the most popular elected Republican official in America.
DeSantis Daily will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.