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Nikki Haley totally embarrassed herself trying to be the most homophobic person on stage at last night’s debate

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very distant–second choice to Donald Trump, our very own one-term, twice-impeached, quadruple-indicted ex-president. Good for her!

Haley’s sudden viability meant she was the primary target of attack Wednesday in the fourth Republican debate, which was just as brainless and futile as the previous three.

Though Chris Christie did call Vivek Ramaswamy an obnoxious blowhard (takes one to know one, but… we still laughed).Christie to Ramaswamy: This is the fourth debate that you would be voted in the 1st 20 minutes as the most obnoxious blowhard in America the start of the proceedings, Megyn Kelly asked DeSantis about his flailing poll numbers, and why he doesn’t exit the race. “Meatball Ron,” like all losing candidates, dismissed the polls.

Then he dove into Haley, saying she “caves to the left” when she’s confronted. In an attempt to prove her right-wing bonafides, Haley responded with a swipe at “Don’t Say Gay.” Apparently, she doesn’t think the bill is severe enough!“I actually said his ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill didn’t go far enough because it only [bans] talk about gender until third grade,” she responded. “And I said it shouldn’t be done at all.

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