Haley Uses Social Media to Deny Indictment Talk

South Carolina's first-term governor calls those reporting indictment rumors "dirty blogger politics."

As media reports from a small political blogger that , the first-term governor and her office remained quiet.

But as more and more mainstream media, including The State newspaper, began to pick up the story, Haley took to social media late Thursday night to strongly deny any such allegations.

"Sorry fellas. I'm not going anywhere no matter how many lies you put on a blog. The days of dirty blogger politics will come to an end when people stop paying these guys to spread trash," someone posted to Haley's Facebook account at nearly midnight.

The same post was copied to Haley's Twitter account.

Jason A. Trommetter March 30, 2012 at 02:21 PM
Why? Unemployment is down, taxes are going down, Haley communicates directly with the people of her state... The good 'ole boys just can't abide a minority woman running the state so they'll use any excuse to run her out on a rail.
stanley seigler March 30, 2012 at 03:01 PM
@Jason A. Trommetter: "...good 'ole boys just can't abide a minority woman running the state so they'll use any excuse to run her out on a rail" ditto BO...ie; "... good 'ole boys just can't abide a minority man running the country so they'll use any excuse to run him out on a rail" BTW, as far as GOP govs go the lady is one of the best...and much more attractive than say, christie...
Schmice March 30, 2012 at 03:58 PM
Let the games begin....
William Steve Brodie March 30, 2012 at 05:31 PM
I still can't believe the idiot voters of this state elected a complete nobody with no experience. Our state has always been rated at the bottom of intelligence and education. I really shouldn't be suprised when something really boneheaded happens here. Just like Newt winning the primary here. South Carolinians have proved their racist exclusionary tendencies for hundreds of years and they will not change anytime soon. It will take a federal agency to rid this state of criminal politicians. The citizens seem to want to be swindled and cheated.
Jason A. Trommetter March 30, 2012 at 05:37 PM
Where do you live? Must be Fantasyland. Nikki Haley is exactly what this state needs! She brings a fresh approach to government. These unfounded allegations are just an attempt by the good ole' boys to drive her out of office. BTW, you did know that Nikki Haley is a minority woman right? South Carolinians have overcame their "racist tendencies" when they made her governor.


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