Gov. Noem Says Haley VP Pick Would Be Bad For Trump

As the 2024 calendar year begins, the presidential election which is set to occur this November in the United States is now only ten months away. While the election currently appears to be a rematch of the 2020 contest in which the now incumbent President Joe Biden defeated Donald Trump and much of the country appears hyper focused on hating one of these two men, the fact of the matter is that the state of American culture has been in decline long before the last two elections. Since the 1960s, the counterculture movement and modern feminism has destroyed the composition of American families. The nuclear family has been nearly destroyed, and truly women- who were once the beating hearts of small towns across the country and who contributed so much to fostering and preserving American culture and the integrity and morals of the youngest generations have suffered as a result.

But the writer digresses. In the present state of affairs, the economic situation within the country holds considerable weight over the election. The incumbent President Joe Biden has governed poorly in this regard, and rampant inflation has occurred under his watch which has further hurt the already struggling middle class. Wages have been stagnant for decades, and Biden has contributed towards keeping them this way by allowing millions of illegal migrants to enter the country over the last three years, providing a steady supply of cheap unskilled labor to compete with legal Americans.

Therefore, while Donald Trump remains unpopular, so does Biden- and a 2024 general election between the two remains a dead heat. Trump is still the clear party frontrunner for the GOP nomination, and maintains a colossal lead over his nearest challengers. One of them is Nikki Haley – an establishment neoconservative. South Dakota’s Governor Kristi Noem says Trump should avoid choosing her as a Vice Presidential candidate. Noem says it would be a poor look for Trump’s campaign.