The GOP Presidential contest is down to two candidates.
But the Swamp has a plan to defeat Trump.
And Donald Trump is going to blow his stack when he sees who is supporting Nikki Haley.
Nikki Haley’s campaign is not hiding the fact that its plan to win the nomination rests on turning out Democrats in the 11 states that hold open Primary contests between South Carolina and Super Tuesday.
Haley is getting some big money help from the Democrat aligned group PrimaryPivot.
PrimaryPivot spent $500,000 in the New Hampshire Primary, which led to a record turnout of Independent voters and made up half of the GOP primary electorate.
These undeclared voters helped Haley beat the polls and only lose to Trump by 11 points.
Now PrimaryPivot told the Never-Trump website, The Dispatch, that it’s upping its spending to near-seven figures in Haley’s home state of South Carolina since there is no Party registration and Democrats are free to vote in the GOP Primary.
“Robert Schwartz, the co-founder of PrimaryPivot, told The Dispatch Tuesday that the super PAC, together with its nonprofit arm PrimaryPower, raised about $700,000 before the New Hampshire primary and expects to have an additional $300,000 to $400,000 to spend on its efforts in South Carolina, Michigan, multiple Super Tuesday states, and Georgia. The group has not disclosed its donors,” The Dispatch reported.
Co-founder Robert Schwartz is making no bones about the fact that his group is running an “Operation Chaos” type scheme to damage Trump and make it easier for Joe Biden to win in November.
“We think as long as Nikki Haley stays in the race, it makes sense to try to support her and damage Donald Trump in whatever way possible,” Schwartz stated. “Honestly, we were thinking we were probably going to fold our efforts if Nikki Haley didn’t get within single digits, but the spin and other things that have happened since then have given us a reason to continue.”
Haley’s team gladly accepted the help and even boasted about how they planned to turn out Democrats to win the GOP nomination for President.
“Trump lost races we should have won in 2018, 2020, and 2022,” Haley spokeswoman Olivia Perez-Cubas said. “If Republicans want to start winning again, we have to start bringing in new voters, including conservatives, Independents, and Democrats who are fed up with Joe Biden.”