Former HP CEO's Biggest Contribution Was Lies About Fraudulent Planned Parenthood Videos
Carly Fiorina is officially suspending her presidential campaign. The former head of Hewlett-Packard has been polling between 1 and 7 percent in battleground states and nationally, and finished a dismal seventh in Tuesday's New Hampshire primary.
Less than 24 hours ago Fiorina spoke with supporters after losing in the Granite State, promising them she would “keep going.”
Saying she wasn't going to settle, Fiorina said, "our fight is just beginning, actually."
“We have a long way to go in terms of knowing how things are going to exactly settle out, but we feel very encouraged,” Fiorina said. “We are going to keep going.” The Hill reported.
“I’m convinced this is my highest calling as a leader, and you have given me the energy and the determination and wind at our backs to continue this great fight,” Fiorina added.
Apparently, those were just some more of Fiorina's false statements, albeit not on par with the lies she told at a GOP debate over the fraudulent Planned Parenthood "sting" videos.
Moments ago, Fiorina dropped out:
Today, I am suspending my campaign. My full statement is here: https://t.co/8QElLZoc1W— Carly Fiorina (@CarlyFiorina) February 10, 2016
On Twitter, many were thrilled learning of the demise of the Fiorina campaign, but none more than, you guessed it, Planned Parenthood:
More gleeful responses:
Carly Fiorina has suspended her campaign. I hear there's dancing in Oz.— Ann-Marie Poli (@annmariepoli) February 10, 2016
@kylegriffin1 That should be a listicle: 10 things Carly Fiorina can destroy next— Parker Molloy (@ParkerMolloy) February 10, 2016
FIORINA JUST DROPPED OUT I AM SO HAPPY— bible black (@vangxard) February 10, 2016
Carly Fiorina pulls out. Sorry not sorry— Alex Murphy (@alexmurfff) February 10, 2016
Fiorina’s good friend Bibi Netanyahu must be drafting statement on news as we speak— Igor Bobic (@igorbobic) February 10, 2016
Carly Fiorina had the charisma of a kitchen sponge and the integrity of a snake so it's no surprise she's gone as fast as she arrived— Dan (@DanInPittsburgh) February 10, 2016
Carly Fiorina is apparently out of the GOP presidential race. How long until the hashtag #ByeCarly becomes a trend? Ever?— Katherine Lamothe (@kathylamothemls) February 10, 2016