Annie Dickerson is a Nikki Haley supporter who will be among several dozen wealthy GOP donors set to gather in support of Nikki Haley’s 2024 Presidential Campaign on January 30th, 2024 in New York City. Haley is gathering more than two dozen wealthy donors for this exclusive fundraiser in late-January. At least seven of the attendees of the planned event are billionaires. I exclusively confirmed this in a post made to my Twitter/X account on January 4th.

Upon conducting an investigation into the names on Haley’s list for her January 30th New York City fundraiser, I was able to exclusively confirm that Annie Dickerson, who appears on the list, is a general partner at Elliott Management Corporation, the investment firm run by anti-Trump billionaire Paul Singer. Singer dumped some $2.5 Million into Marco Rubio’s failed 2016 Presidential campaign in an attempt to derail then-candidate Trump’s race for the Republican nomination. When that effort failed, an outlet funded by Singer, the Washington Free Beacon, produced research that was eventually picked up by Fusion GPS and used by a FISA court to obtain illegal warrants to spy on President Trump’s campaign, and Administration.

Annie Dickerson is also a director of the Paul E. Singer Foundation, and has been in that position since 2007. Before working for Singer, Dickerson worked for the Bush-Cheney White House. She served as a Director of Major Donors in the 2004 campaign, and before that, she served as the Chief of Staff to the US Embassy in Switzerland, and the Deputy Director for Finance in the George W. Bush campaign for President, highlighting an extensive history and relationship between Dickerson and the GOP Establishment. Could the GOP Establishment donor class, who is now evidently throwing their weight behind Nikki Haley for President, be working in accordance with Paul Singer and other donors to secure another ‘insurance policy’ against Trump should he win again?

Dickerson even reportedly visited Israel with Paul Singer and former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie in the late 2000s, further raising questions on the legitimacy of Dickerson’s support for Haley in this Election cycle. Like many donors to Christie, DeSantis, and Haley, Dickerson’s past highlights her support for many of the candidates running against Trump, not just one. These candidates that are challenging Trump, and the donors who support them, are not about ideas, or policy, or a particular candidate, but simply about ‘stopping Trump’.

It appears that once again, in an effort to derail President Trump’s candidacy, Paul Singer and his allies are dumping a considerable amount of money into anybody willing to challenge Trump in the Republican Primary field. Singer even helped bring together a high-level GOP donor event in Tampa, Florida earlier this year with DeSantis and Haley in attendance, raising speculation that the anti-Trump billionaire may be attempting to fuse Haley and DeSantis’ campaigns together in an effort to deal as much damage to President Trump’s campaign as possible.

What are Paul Singer and GOP establishment donor class up to? Why are they circling candidates like Nikki Haley for support? Obviously, the same class of donors that supported George W. Bush, and Mitt Romney, and who benefited from the decline of American civilization during their support for those candidates, are eager to regain control of the Republican Party. President Trump simply represents the end of people like Paul Singer’s reign of power in the Republican Party.

Here is a list of all of the Republican officials in Congress who accepted donations from Paul Singer during the 2022 Election. Singer’s influence over Republican officials stretches far and wide.

Rep. Kat Cammack Florida, District 3
Rep. Maria Salazar, Florida, District 27
Rep. Michael Waltz, Florida, District 6
Rep. Brian Mast, Florida, District 18
Rep. Carlos Gimenez, Florida, District 25
Rep. Byron Donalds, Florida, District 19
Rep. Scott Franklin, Florida, District 15
Rep. Ashley Hinson, Iowa, District 1
Rep. Beth Van Duyne, Texas, District 24
Rep. Elise Stefanik, New York, District 21
Rep. Claudia Tenney, New York, District 22
Rep. Virginia Foxx, North Carolina, District 5
Rep. Tom Emmer, Minnesota, District 6
Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, Pennsylvania, District 1
Rep. Drew Ferguson, Georgia, District 3
Rep. Mike Gallagher, Wisconsin, District 8
Rep. Burgess Owens, Utah, District 4
Rep. Andrew Garbarino, New York, District 2
Rep. Don Bacon, Nebraska, District 2
Rep. Young Kim, California, District 39
Rep. Jamie Beutler, Washington, District 3
Rep. Marianette Miller-Meeks, Iowa, District 2
Rep. Michelle Steel, California, District 45
Rep. Steve Scalise, Louisiana, District 1
Rep. Cathy McMorris-Rodgers, Washington, District 5
Rep. Nancy Mace, South Carolina, District 1
Sen. Lisa Murkowski, Alaska
Sen. Chuck Edwards, North Carolina
Sen. Ron Jonhson, Wisconsin
Sen. Mitch McConnell, Kentucky
Sen. Tim Scott, South Carolina
Sen. John Kennedy, Louisiana
Sen. Chuck Grassley, Iowa
Sen. Lindsey Graham, South Carolina

Laura Loomer