Last Updated on January 19, 2024
Nikki Haley said in 2017 that there was “no question” that Russia meddled in America’s 2016 Presidential Election, echoing the phony claim used by Democrats and the globalist uni-party to de-legitimize the Trump presidency and his continued involvement in politics.
“Well, certainly, I think Russia was involved in the election,” Nikki Haley told ABC in 2017, highlighting her treachery considering that she was working for the Trump Administration at the time.
“There’s no question about that,” she added. “And I think when they finish with all of this [investigation] process, yes, they need to address Russia, they need to act, and they need to make sure they’re loud about it.”
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Eerily foreshadowing Nikki Haley’s present neo-con stance on the war in Ukraine, in the same 2017 interview with ABC, she went on to talk about “beating up on Russia” as America’s United Nations Ambassador, over issues like its annexation of Russian-majority Crimea from Ukraine – an issue that NATO globalists used to spark the all-out war currently threatening the rest of the world.
Haley’s vintage support for war in Ukraine will come as no surprise to most though and she’s also embraced the idea of war with Iran, wasting no time in doing so as she took to Fox News the day after the October 7th attacks in Israel to call on the Israelis to “finish them.”
“They should have hell to pay for what they’ve just done,” she said of Iran, after claiming that Iran had orchestrated the Hamas attack which was also “an attack on America.”
Haley’s embrace of the Russian meddling conspiracy theory and 2017 pro-war comments have resurfaced in the run-up to the New Hampshire GOP Primary, where her campaign and the anti-Trump GOP have dumped all their marbles.
In additional comments that have resurfaced and were reported on by National File, Nikki Haley, in 2015, lectured Americans about respecting illegal aliens, who she insisted are not criminals.
“These people that are wanting to come here, they want to come here for a better life, too,” Haley said.
“They have kids, too. They have a heart, too. So, we don’t need to be disrespectful. We don’t need to talk about them as criminals — they’re not. They’re families that want a better life, and they’re desperate to get here. What we need to do is make sure that we have a set of laws that we follow, and that we go through with that.”