Major Republican candidate drops out of race and makes a strange endorsement

The race for President is getting more and more intense, and the field is quickly thinning. With each new dropout, the battle gets more interesting.

And now a major Republican candidate has dropped out of the race and made a strange endorsement.

Republican Senator Tim Scott has recently announced that he will be dropping out of the 2024 presidential race.

Scott made the announcement on a Fox News show of former Representative Trey Gowdy where he informed the American people of his decision and the reasoning behind it.

Scott said “When I go back to Iowa, it will not be as a presidential candidate. I am suspending my campaign.”

He emphasized that his run has been an overwhelmingly positive one, but that he felt as if the American people and the voters had made their desires clear.

He stated, “I think the voters, who are the most remarkable people on the planet, have been really clear that they’re telling me: not now.”

Scott also deviated from the norm and declined to make any endorsements of other candidates, instead expressing that he wanted voters to make their own informed decisions.

“I’m going to recommend that the voters study each candidate and their candidacies and frankly, their past and make a decision for the future of the country,” Scott said. “The best way for me to be helpful is to not weigh in on who they should endorse.”

Scott’s campaign centered much around race and debunking the Radical Left’s opinions and views on black and brown people.

Earlier this year, Vox described it like this: “Scott’s stance on race is a central part of a strategy that differentiates him from his fellow presidential hopefuls, one centered on an optimistic vision rather than on the country’s political and cultural divides.”

Scott himself has spoken out against the Radical Leftists in the world today and had some very strong words for their views on people of color.

He stated “that the only way for a young African American kid to be successful in this country is to be the exception and not the rule” is a “dangerous, offensive, disgusting message to send.”

According to NBC, Scott’s campaign and Super PAC “spent nearly $25 million on ads in Iowa and other early states promoting him as an optimistic conservative.”

Some people are surprised at Scott’s dropping out of the presidential race, but many people knew that it was only a matter of time before it happened.

During the most recent presidential debate, Scott took a surprising stance on foreign policy and essentially demanded that the Russian military be completely destroyed.

“Bottom line is, we have to first have the level of accountability that allows the American people to understand where the resources have gone, number one,” he said.

“Number two: after we have that responsibility taken care of and accountability, then we have an opportunity to look at the overall strategy that helps us degrade the Russian military while we use our resources,” he continued.

Many people believe that Scott’s unique and out-there stance on foreign policy was another factor in his decision to drop out because of a lack of support.

With the field of candidates narrowing, the top candidates are becoming more and more clear.

Donald Trump still remains the strong leader in the polls, and the American people are once again rallying behind him and his pro-America rhetoric that promises to crush the Radical Left’s attempts at destroying America.

The American people will have an important decision to make next year, and we must vote to remove the Radical Leftist puppets from power and make this amazing country great once again.

Stay tuned to Prudent Politics.

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