Second to ‘None’: Nikki Haley Loses Nevada Primary – the Jokes Write Themselves

Published February 7, 2024

Despite prognostications that former U.N. Ambassador, South Carolina governor, and presidential candidate Nikki Haley would pull off an easy sweep of the Nevada Presidential Preference Primary, reality reared its head — and it was ugly.

Nikki Haley was swamped Tuesday in Nevada’s symbolic Republican presidential primary as GOP voters resoundingly picked the “none of these candidates” option on the ballot in a repudiation of the former U.N. ambassador who is the last remaining major rival to front-runner Donald Trump.

Trump, the former president, didn’t compete in the primary, which doesn’t award any delegates needed to win the GOP nomination. He’s instead focused on caucuses that will be held Thursday and will help him move closer to becoming the Republican standard-bearer.

There is no sugarcoating this: Instead of an embarrassment of riches, Haley has suffered riches of embarrassment. For starters, it was embarrassing that the PPP is completely symbolic and holds no path to the Republican nomination. The next phase of embarrassment is that in this symbolic nonsense, Haley came in second to “None of these candidates.” To add further insult to injury, there was a 27-plus point spread between Haley and the category! This moves the loss from complete embarrassment to absolutely brutal.



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Published February 7, 2024

Perhaps the most embarrassing moment of Nikki Haley’s entire political career occurred Tuesday night in the Nevada Primary, and President Trump was not even on the ballot.

While the Nevada Primary was essentially a beauty contest with no actual delegates at stake, it offered Haley an opportunity to claim a “win.” She was the lone “major” candidate on the ballot.

The only other people on the ballot were long-departed candidates such as Mike Pence and Tim Scott. Voters also could select “None of These Candidates.”

Haley ended up getting destroyed anyway. It turns out Nevada GOP voters prefer nobody over Haley in a landslide.



RELATED: Nikki Haley Suffers Primary Defeat That’s Her Most Embarrassing Yet

Published February 7, 2024

It was embarrassing enough to watch when Nikki Haley was promising a strong performance in New Hampshire and then got thoroughly pummeled by Donald Trump. At least that was somebody — a former president, no less.

However, as a sort of object lesson that things can always get worse, take Tuesday’s GOP primary in Nevada primary. There, Haley lost by roughly 30 points … to nobody.

No, I’m not saying she beat everybody by 30 points. I’m not saying she won. I’m saying she lost to nobody. This isn’t an Abbott and Costello sketch. (“Third base!”) Instead, it’s the sad reality of Haley’s ridiculous, quixotic belief that she still has some kind of chance in this primary fight.




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