Vivek Ramaswamy dropped the hammer on Nikki Haley with one brutal demand

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Every Presidential cycle features a rivalry between two candidates who just plain don’t like each other.

This year it’s Vivek Ramaswamy and Nikki Haley.

And now Vivek Ramaswamy dropped the hammer on Nikki Haley with one brutal demand.

Nikki Haley set off alarm bells among conservatives with her demand that America copy Communist China and mandate that social media require users to post under their real names.

Haley’s Republican rivals slammed her attempt to aid and abet the cancel mob by giving them a target list of conservatives whose businesses they could harass and boycott.

Vivek Ramaswamy pointed out that the Founding Fathers used pseudonyms to anonymously write The Federalist Papers.

“Alexander Hamilton, John Jay & James Madison wrote the Federalist Papers under pseudonyms. Here’s what they would say to @NikkiHaley if they were alive: get your heels off my neck & go back to England,” Ramaswamy wrote on social media.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis echoed Ramaswamy and blasted Haley for ripping a page right out of the Communist Chinese playbook.

“You know who were anonymous writers back in the day? Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison when they wrote the Federalist Papers. They were not “national security threats,” nor are the many conservative Americans across the country who exercise their Constitutional right to voice their opinions without fear of being harassed or canceled by the school they go to or the company they work for. Haley’s proposal to ban anonymous speech online — similar to what China recently did — is dangerous and unconstitutional. It will be dead on arrival in my administration,” DeSantis posted on X.

Haley is facing increasing scrutiny on the Right over her pro-abortion rhetoric and unflinching support for war with Iran and Russia.

Now Haley hit the trifecta of red flags by backing a proposal to allow the woke Left to target conservatives for speaking about their views online.