by Bob Russell, ©2022

2008 vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin

(Sep. 10, 2022) — I just read an article that said President Trump has a list of four female prospective 2024 running mates in a bid to regain the position he actually won in 2020.

I believe two of them, Sarah Palin and Kristi Noem, are good choices and that the other two, Nikki Haley and Elise Stefanik, are not good choices.  Haley has rather questionable loyalty to President Trump.  Stefanik, while somewhat conservative is very much a part of the gop establishment, and both would very likely turn on Trump as pence did when the going got tough. It most certainly will be a rough ride for anyone allied with President Trump, especially if he beats the cheat and regains the office of president.  I don’t know anything about the other name mentioned, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds, but she almost has to be better than Stefanik, who is very entrenched in the gop establishment.  While it is true Stefanik spoke against the impeachment scams I question her loyalty since she is such a cog in the gop establishment wheel.

I know much of Palin’s background and she almost overcame john mccain’s effort to lose to fuhrer obama when she was his VP choice.  Haley was once a staunch conservative but was a “never Trumper” when he ran in 2016 so her loyalty seems to me to be extremely suspect.  If he picks Stefanik or Haley I believe he will just be taking on another mike pence, making a run much more difficult to win and giving the left another weapon to use against him when the deep state attacks, as it surely will if he wins and is sworn in again.

Former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley

Sarah Palin stood strong against the devildemocommiecrats and the gop establishment when mccain threw the 2008 election to obama.  I actually voted for Palin, hoping they would win and that mccain would become incapacitated so Palin would be our president.  Palin and Noem have both shown they can stand against immense pressure to cave to the leftist agenda supported by the gop establishment.  Kristi Noem refused to lock down South Dakota during the Coronavirus scamdemic, much to her credit and despite immense pressure from the gop establishment.

President Trump has said he learned a lesson from his choices after the 2016 win and would bring in outsiders to help him govern rather than pick swamp rats as he did in 2016, but choosing Haley or Stefanik would be starting off with a somewhat, at least, swamp rat as his backup person.

I submit this in the name of The Most Holy Trinity, in faith, with the responsibility given to me by Almighty God to honor His work and not let it die from neglect.

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  1. I agree with Mr. Russell, Mr. Arnold, Nikita’s_UN_Shoe and Bob68. :)

    Trump-Palin would be my preference because both of them have have already had the kitchen sink thrown at them by the left.

  2. First and foremost, Donald J. Trump must not select anyone for the vice president position who is not a natural born Citizen. Trump should be well advised that if he picks a non-natural born Citizen, this factor will insert one big monkey wrench in his campaign.

    Example: Haley need not apply.

  3. Maybe the best vice-president for Donald Trump will be a woman, but must Trump pick a woman even if there is a male V.P. candidate who he believes is a better choice?……..