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Republican Candidate Shows Zero Tolerance For Trump-Supporting Social Media Influencer

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The Nikki Haley campaign faced criticism after Laura Loomer, a conservative figure, was escorted out of a campaign event.

Loomer’s social media post about the incident gained significant attention.

With the Iowa caucuses approaching, Haley is vying for support alongside other Republican candidates, with Donald Trump leading in polls. (Trending: U.S. State Passes Personal Pronoun Ban)

“@NikkiHaley just called the cops on me and had me escorted out of her town hall in Iowa. I was literally just standing and her staff let me inside the event after they sent me confirmation of my tickets,” wrote Loomer.

Loomer’s removal from the event led to her questioning Haley’s ability to handle challenging situations as a potential president.

“@NikkiHaley wants to be President and talks a big talk about how she’s going to use her heels to put dictators in their place, but she is so triggered by my presence, she had 2 police remove me from her event,” she continued.

“How does Nikki Haley plan on dealing with Putin and Xi if she can’t even handle Laura Loomer?” added the conservative personality.

“Nikki Haley clearly doesn’t support free speech. For someone who likes to pretend to be anti-dictator, she sure is acting like a dictator by using the police to have women removed from her events. Way to enforce the concept of weaponized government on the 3 year anniversary of January 6, Nikki!” exclaimed Loomer.

“I’m a well-known conservative journalist so there’s no denying who I am,” she insisted. “I had Vivek Ramaswamy on my show. I talk to candidates, and today I decided to go see Nikki Haley,” she explained.

“I was approved for the ticket, and I signed my name when I got there. They even asked me if I wanted to volunteer. But while I was waiting for the event, they just called the cops over on me,” added Loomer.

Loomer also faced a similar situation at a Ron DeSantis event.

Loomer posted, “@RonDeSantis and @NikkiHaley both called the cops on a Trump supporter today to get them arrested on the 3 year anniversary of J6! They support Weaponized government, and this is why nobody likes them!”

Loomer said, “It’s really nice to see Ron DeSantis kicking out Trump supporters on January 6th.”

The incidents sparked discussions about free speech and the candidates’ handling of dissenting voices.

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