Nikki Haley is scrambling to get the Republican nomination – so she’s throwing everything at the wall to see what sticks.
In her latest attempt to be relevant – she’s jumped on board the leftist identity politics bandwagon.
But Ron DeSantis is laughing hysterically after Nikki Haley got called out for this desperate plea to attract Hillary Clinton supporters.
Haley plays the “because I’m a woman” card
In politics – both men and women have the same opportunities to advance to high levels of leadership if they give voters something that they want.
And while it’s clear being a woman doesn’t hold a candidate back from getting elected . . .
. . . Haley is attempting to capitalize on her “womanhood” to appeal to pro-choice feminists.
Haley thinks by connecting with them on the sheer fact of “being a woman” is enough to earn their support.
When asked how the GOP could win back moderate voters who don’t support Pro-Life laws Haley responded and claimed abortion is “personal for every woman and man.”
But she didn’t stop there.
Haley went on to describe her own experience with having children, hoping it would appeal to moderate voters.
She then claimed abortion should be treated like “the respectful issue that it is” lecturing her running mates to “humanize the situation and stop demonizing the situation.”
Voters don’t care about Haley’s high heels
During the last Presidential debate, Vivek Ramaswamy took a swipe at DeSantis’ cowboy boots and Nikki Haley’s signature high heels – as if voters actually care.
Vivek said “Do you want a leader from a different generation who’s going to put this country first?”
“Or do you want Dick Cheney in three-inch heels, in which case we’ve got two of ’em onstage tonight,” he continued.
Instead of focusing on the issues, Haley exploited the opportunity to boast about her gender.
“I’d first like to say, they’re five-inch heels, and I don’t wear ’em unless you can run in ’em,” Haley fired back.
“The second thing I will say is: I wear heels. They’re not for a fashion statement; they’re for ammunition,” she continued.
Whatever that even means.
But it only got worse when Haley tried to respond in an interview by going full Hillary and accusing Vivek of having a “girl problem.”
Is there anything, anything at all, that distinguishes Nimarata Nikki Randhawa Haley from Hillary Rodham Clinton? https://t.co/1e5Wi5FHlr
— Brett MacDonald (@BrettAMacDonald) November 15, 2023
A desperate campaign
One thing is clear – Nikki Haley is desperate.
She knows Ron DeSantis is more popular among conservative voters – so she’s scrambling to find a way to take him down.
Whether pretending to be a “Pro-Life” conservative hoping voters won’t actually learn how she’s stabbed Pro-Lifers in the back . . .
. . . or campaigning as a moderate woman candidate hoping to win sympathy from other women voters simply because of her biological sex – it’s clear she is desperate.
But while Haley plays identity politics and talks about her high heels – DeSantis is out on the campaign trail talking about the real issues people actually care about.
At the end of the day – voters will choose the best conservative to take down Biden – and identity politics has nothing to do with it.
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