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Nikki Haley

Nikki Haley
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Former United States Ambassador to The United Nations
From: January 25, 2017 – December 31, 2018
President Donald Trump
Predecessor Samantha Power
Successor Kelly Craft
Former Governor of South Carolina
From: January 12, 2011 – January 24, 2017
Lieutenant Ken Ard
Glenn F. McConnell
Yancey McGill
Henry McMaster
Predecessor Mark Sanford
Successor Henry McMaster
Former State Representative from South Carolina's 87th District
From: January 11, 2005 – January 11, 2011
Predecessor Larry Koon
Successor Todd Atwater
Party Republican
Spouse(s) Michael Haley
Religion United Methodist

Nimrata Randhawa "Nikki" Haley, (born January 20, 1972), nicknamed the Beast of the southeast, Frisky Nikki and Tricky Nikki,[1] is an American politician, former diplomat, and a highly remunerated board member of a military industrial complex (MIC) defense contractor.[2] Haley held the positions of U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations from 2017 to 2018 and Governor of South Carolina from 2011 to 2017. She was the first female governor of the Palmetto state. Previously, from 2004 to 2010, she was a member of the South Carolina House of Representatives. Haley is a staunch advocate for the UniParty, MIC, neoconservatives and the Deep State.[3]

Haley was born to two citizens of India while they were in South Carolina,[4] which does not make Haley a natural born citizen as required by the U.S. Constitution of a president. Despite this ineligibility, on February 14, 2023, Nikki Haley officially joined the Never-Trumpers by announcing an absurd bid for president, apparently timed to be just before a release by partisan Democrats of a "special purpose grand jury" opinion against Trump supporters in Fulton County (Atlanta), Georgia. One of her first campaign positions is her vague desire to change the retirement age, without saying how and to what.[5]

Haley turned against Trump in an extensive interview she gave in early 2021 to Politico, insisting like a liberal that Trump somehow "let us down."[6] After Leftists exploited rampant ballot harvesting, judicial activism to change state laws about voting, and drop-box dumping of filled-in ballots in 2020 to elect a mentally incompetent man as president, Nikki Haley declared without any investigation that the election was fair and that Trump was wrong to object.

Haley subsequently flip-flopped as to whether she would run against Trump in 2024, saying later in 2021 that she would not, and then in 2023 announcing her presidential candidacy against Trump. Haley did campaign some for conservative Herschel Walker in the adjacent Georgia for U.S. Senate in the 2022 midterm elections.

Early career

Haley was educated at Clemson University, and worked for the waste management & recycling company, FCR Corporation. She also worked as bookkeeper and chief financial officer of her family's clothing business, Exotica International. Other organizations she worked for include the Orangeburg County Chamber of Commerce, the Lexington Chamber of Commerce, the National Association of Women Business Owners, the Lexington Medical Foundation, Lexington County Sheriff's Foundation, West Metro Republican Women, the National Association of Women Business Owners, and the 2006 Friends of Scouting Leadership Division campaign.

South Carolina House of Representatives

Haley was first elected to represent the 87th District of Lexington County in 2004. As a virtual unknown, she defeated Larry Koon, the longest serving state legislator, in a Republican primary with 55% of the vote. Haley campaigned on low taxes and education reform. She won the general election unopposed, and was re-elected in 2006, also unopposed. In 2008, Haley won a third term against Democrat opponent Edgar Gomez with 83 percent of the vote, the highest percentage earned by any lawmaker facing a contested South Carolina election that year.

South Carolina Governor

Haley announced her candidacy for South Carolina governor on May 14, 2009. During her 2010 campaign for governor, Haley was endorsed by then-former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney and then-First Lady of South Carolina, Jenny Sanford. She was also endorsed by former Alaska governor Sarah Palin. Haley later turned on Palin after her victory, saying she would not return the favor by endorsing Palin in a potential 2012 presidential campaign.[7] She defeated Democratic candidate Vincent Sheheen with 51% of the vote.

United Nations Ambassador

Haley and Mike Pence.

As UN ambassador, Haley nominated gubernatorial predecessor David Beasley as the executive director of the World Food Programme. Beasley assumed the WFP position in April 2017.[8]

In October 2018, Haley announced her resignation as United Nations Ambassador.[9][10][11] During the Republican National Convention in 2020, she expressed interest in rejoining the Trump administration assuming he would win re-election,[12] but then turned against Trump after the 2020 election. She joined liberals in unfairly criticizing Trump's exercise of his First Amendment free speech rights, and his strong stance against electoral fraud.[13] In an interview published by Politico on February 12, 2021, Haley turned completely against Trump, speaking about him in terms of untrue "bad that he did" and falsely claiming that "he’s fallen so far."[14]

Political positions

Despite claiming to be conservative, Haley is an establishment neocon who holds many liberal positions, and is widely regarded as a member of Conservative Inc.

As South Carolina governor, she bowed to liberal pressure and political correctness in removing the Confederate flag from the state capitol flagpole, despite having previously voiced defense for the flag.

She was against Donald Trump for most of his 2016 presidential campaign, instead supporting establishment-favored candidates Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz. When Trump won the Republican nomination in a landslide, she said that she would vote for him, but was still "not a fan."[15] She also spread the divisive lie that Trump "chooses not to disavow the KKK", despite him having done so many times. Haley tepidly supported Trump as an employee of his administration, but turned against him after the fraudulent 2020 election.

The child of immigrants, Haley supports mass legal immigration.[16][17]

Nikki Haley, similar to numerous senior politicians of the far-left UK Labour Party such as Keir Starmer, appears to be unable to define what a woman is. During an Iowa tele-town hall, when asked "can a man become a woman?", Nikki Haley did not assert the biological reality that a man cannot become a woman.[18]

On abortion, Haley claims to be "unapologetically pro-life",[19] although has taken numerous stances that compromise this position. According to Nikki Haley, Republicans need to find "consensus" with those who support murdering unborn children, and stated that a Republican president could not ban abortion nationwide.[20]

2024 presidential campaign

See also: United States presidential election, 2024 and Military industrial complex

Former CIA analyst Larry Johnson published a critique of Haley's 2024 presidential campaign ambitions on his blog:

Haley pandering to the LGBT movement, 2018.
"She checks all the neocon boxes. The Wall Street Journal, in a fawning editorial, stated Haley stood out on her foreign policy in the third Republican presidential debate. Lockheed Martin and Raytheon Technologies agree. Haley’s obsession with Middle East affairs causes her to overlook the elephant herd in the room: exploding trillion-dollar deficits, crushing high inflation, fentanyl drug epidemic, urban violence, homelessness, and millions of potentially violent military-aged males poring over Biden’s open border—America First’s top concerns.

Her full-throated campaign rhetoric is about U.S. military intervention abroad is necessary for humanitarian causes. There isn’t a corner of the world that she doesn’t want to get involved. She recently stated, “A strong America doesn’t start wars,” and “A strong America prevents wars.” Timeout for a reality check. The American invasions of both Iraq and Afghanistan under pretenses were colossal military failures, depleting the treasury of over $2 trillion and millions of civilians displaced or killed. How antihumanitarian of us. The intervention also destroyed Libya, flooding Europe with young Sub-Saharan males that will destabilize Europe.

Haley’s jingoistic policy of supporting Ukraine is in U.S. national interest, she said in Orwellian speak: “This is a war about freedom, and it’s one we have to win.” Never mind, Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s kleptocracy has destroyed freedom by shutting down opposing parties, suspending national elections, banning the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, and silencing opposition journalists."[21]

On 14 November 2023, Nikki Haley argued in support of government overreach with regard to online users of social media. Haley said "when I get into office, the first thing we have to do, social media accounts— social media companies, they have to show America their algorithms. Let us see why they’re pushing what they’re pushing. The second thing is every person on social media should be verified by their name".[22]

In a question from a voter in a New Hampshire primary townhall, Haley could not answer what the cause of the American Civil War was.[23]

Haley received the official backing of the Democratic National Committee in the 2024 New Hampshire presidential primary,[24] Billionaire oligarch Reid Hoffman, who financed the campaigns of gay homosexual Pete Buttigieg and the smear campaign against Alabama judge Roy Moore, gave Haley $250,000.[25] The Haley campaign actively courted Democrat crossover voters to interfere in Republican primaries,[26] and Haley spent $31 million of Democrat donors money in New Hampshire to lose.[27] 73% of Haley voters in New Hampshire's open primary were not Republicans.[28]

In the state-run primary in Nevada where Democrats kept President Trump off the ballot, Haley lost to "none of the above".[29] President Trump won all 26 GOP delegates allocated by the official GOP caucus days later.


  1. Donald J Trump on Facebook: Tricky Nikki
  3. Nikki Rodham Haley: The Hillary Clinton Of The GOP, PEACHY KEENAN, The Federalist, OCTOBER 03, 2023.
  4. An article recounting the facts but then mistakenly pretending there is birthright citizenship when there is not.
  8. Schuyler Kropf (February 28, 2017). Nikki Haley nominates former South Carolina Gov. David Beasley for U.N. food post. The Charleston Post and Courier. Retrieved on October 5, 2021.
  9. Shaw, Adam (October 9, 2018). Nikki Haley resigns as UN ambassador, stays mum on next move. Fox News. Retrieved October 9, 2018.
  10. Caplan, Joshua (October 9, 2018). President Trump: Nikki Haley Leaving UN Post at Year’s end. Breitbart News. Retrieved October 9, 2018.
  11. Murphy, James (October 9, 2018). Nikki Haley Resigns as Ambassador to the UN. The New American. Retrieved October 9, 2018.
  12. Fordham, Evie (August 25, 2020). Nikki Haley after RNC speech says she is open to rejoining Trump administration. Fox News. Retrieved August 25, 2020.
  13. In calling out Trump, Nikki Haley warns of a more sinister threat. The Hill.
  14. Nikki Haley’s Time for Choosing. Politico. Retrieved February 13, 2021.
  15. Mary Bowerman, to know about Trump's U.N. pick: S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley, USA Today, Nov 23, 2016
  16. Binder, John (July 24, 2018). Nikki Haley Pushes Multiculturalism: ‘Fabric of America’ Is ‘Multiple Cultures, Multiple Populations’. Breitbart News. Retrieved July 24, 2018.
  17. Munro, Neil (May 9, 2019). Nikki Haley: Immigration ‘Makes Us Great’. Breitbart News. Retrieved May 9, 2019.
  18. Nikki Haley Fails to Say a Man Cannot Become a Woman
  19. Nikki Haley: ‘The Fellas’ Have Been ‘Demonizing’ Abortion for ‘Too Long’
  20. Nikki Haley on Abortion at GOP Debate: Find Consensus, ‘Stop the Judgment’
  22. Nikki Haley: Anonymous Social Media a ‘National Security Threat,’ All Users Must Be Identified
  23. Dear Niki, Sam Faddis, December 28, 2023.

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