The Final Countdown – 2/7/24 – Nikki Haley Fails in Primary Despite Running Unopposed

On this episode of The Final Countdown, hosts Angie Wong and Ted Rall discuss current events from around the world. 

Andrew Langer – President of the Institute for Liberty, Director of CPAC Foundation’s Center for Regulatory Freedom 

Scott Stantis – Cartoonist for The Chicago Tribune 
Ajay Pallegar – Criminal and civil attorney 
Nebojsa Malic – RT Journalist 
The show starts with President of the Institute for Liberty, Andrew Langer, who shares his perspective on the Nevada primaries, and presidential candidate Nikki Haley’s loss. 
Then, Scott Stantis joins the show to discuss Tucker Carlson’s interview with Russian President Putin. 
The second hour begins with Ajay Pallegar, a criminal and civil attorney, sharing his legal expertise on the ruling that strips Trump of presidential immunity. 
The show closes with journalist Nebojsa Malic who weighs in on the possibility of a ceasefire deal in Gaza.

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  • alex_the_tired
    February 7, 2024 6:27 PM

    The only thing worse for Nikki Haley would have been if, instead of losing to “none of the above,” she had lost to a write-in campaign for Donald Trump.

    No one on the left likes it but here’s the correct framing: Trump is popular. In a democratic system of government, being a candidate that people want is not supposed to be a bug, it’s supposed to be a feature. Any — and I do mean ANY — attempt to debar or restrain him is, de facto, rigging an election. The democrats had plenty of time to prosecute him for Jan. 6. They didn’t. Why? Because they thought he’d just go away so why bother. Why be “difficult” with a rich person? Here’s the answer: because no one is supposed to be above the law. If weirdo in a pair of horns and face paint can draw a prison sentence, Trump should have been served on Jan. 20, his passport confiscated, and his ankle fitted with a monitor.

    Instead, the democrats sat on their hands because that’s what they always do. It’s too late now.

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