Nikki Haley Speaks Out On Rising Threats

Nikki Haley, the former Republican governor of South Carolina, remarked that America must choose a side in the fight between good and evil.

The comments were delivered by Haley during the Republican Jewish Coalition Leadership Summit in Las Vegas, Nevada, during a speech in which Israel played a central role.

She urged people to find their moral bearings again. It’s not enough to just remind ourselves of right and wrong. To guarantee that good ultimately triumphs, we must dedicate ourselves to the cause. This includes working to eradicate anti-Semitism on Capitol Hill and college campuses. In addition, it entails providing Israel with whatever it needs to wipe out Hamas permanently.

She said that when we choose the side of good, we are also serving our own national interests.

Haley cautioned against heeding the voices calling for a “ceasefire” as Israel launches military strikes against Hamas terrorists responsible for the deaths of over 1,400 individuals in October.

According to a report, in 2018, Haley departed the Trump administration and later moved to a $5 million Kiawah Island 5,700-square-foot house. Haley’s rise to fortune may be traced to her association with a web of military industries and hardline advocacy groups with links to Israeli and U.S. intelligence officers.

Haley joined Boeing, a military contractor, on its board, earning $300,000 in cash and shares, in one of her first private sector roles after leaving government. Disclosures show Haley holds up to $250,000 in Boeing shares.

In addition to speaking engagements, Haley’s primary source of income is United Against a Nuclear Iran, a secretive lobbying organization.

Recently, Nikki’s husband, Michael Haley, founded a military contracting business. Michael’s company, IKOR Systems, advertises its work with the aerospace industry.

Michael, who worked in the National Guard, also earns money from Allied Defense, a technical services firm specializing in serving the military industry with cutting-edge fluid power products and hydraulic systems.

A report shows that in her recent interview with Jake Tapper, Nikki Haley advocated to relocate a million Palestinians, over 68% of whom support Hamas, to the United States.