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At least four (more!) reasons SC Governor Nikki Haley as UN Ambassador makes me nervous

Posted by Ann Corcoran on December 7, 2016

nikki-haley-hinduIn addition to the fact that Haley snubbed constituents worried about the newly expanded refugee resettlement program when it arrived in South Carolina two years ago, here is an article in the Post & Courier (Charleston, SC) about Haley arriving in DC to meet with many on the Hill who will have to confirm her as Donald Trump’s Ambassador to the United Nations. The article contains a bunch of red flags for me!

See my previous post, here.

***Update*** December 11, 2016. Keeping up with all things Haley. One advisor tells her not to fall into Trump’s “nationalist trap.”  What the h***! She will be working for Trump, she better not stray off the reservation! See here.

Yikes! She will be in DC to get the annual award at the Kemp Leadership Award dinner.

Post & Courier:

He [deputy chief of staff] said she would already be in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday to attend the Kemp Leadership Award Dinner.

Haley is receiving the conservative organization’s annual award in recognition of “exceptional leadership in public policy or private enterprise in advancing the American Idea.”

Kemp, conservative on economics, was an open borders advocate.  See here at VDARE in 2014 ‘The Strange Rebirth of Jack Kemp Republicanism.’


Be sure to see Ann Coulter: Save us from Paul Ryan and the Kemp boys!

VDARE also tells us in that same article that Rep. Paul Ryan worked for a think-tank created to promote Kemp’s ideas and considered Kemp a mentor!

Rep. Paul Ryan is leading Republican efforts to pass Amnesty in the House of Representatives. Ryan actually worked for Kemp at Empower America (a now defunct and largely unremembered think-tank) and cites him as a mentor.

And, today! Haley is getting a big award in Kemp’s memory!

The Post & Courier goes on to report that she will visit with Tennessee Senator Bob Corker (Mr. Iran deal!) who (like Haley) has done nothing to slow the flow of refugees to his state and has also snubbed constituents concerned with the influx of Somali and other Muslim refugees to the state.

On Tuesday afternoon, Senate Foreign Relations Chairman Bob Corker, R-Tenn., said he anticipated talking with Haley in the days ahead.

“I had a very constructive conversation with her when she was appointed and look forward to talking to her this week,” Corker said.

Continuing with the report in the Post & Courier, we learn she is meeting with the man she really preferred as President, Senator Marco Rubio, who we know will forever be known as one of the Gang of Eight which attempted to get amnesty through Congress while Obama was President.

During her visit this week, she will likely meet with other members of the Foreign Relations Committee, including U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., who Haley endorsed for president during the Republican primary. She could also drop in on the offices of some Democrats, such as the committee’s ranking member, U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin of Maryland.

And, Cardin is about as far left as anyone in the Senate, what could she possibly say to him to make him not oppose her (that is what scares me, what will she say!).


Two Swamp Monster pals of Nikki Haley! Senators Rubio and Graham

And the final nail in her coffin from my point of view is her close relationship to Lindsey (Bring’em all in) Graham. In 2015, before Obama opened the Syrian floodgates, Graham was introducing legislation to do just that, see here.

Post & Courier continues:

Recently, U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said he looked forward to introducing Haley to his colleagues when the time came for her to come to Washington to make the rounds.

So much for draining the swamp!

I admit Trump is a lot smarter than I am, but I still don’t get this pick for the United Nations, unless reining-in the UN/US Refugee Admissions Program is NOT a top agenda item.

If Trump wanted a woman, two tough loyal candidates come to mind: Gov. Sarah Palin and former Rep. Michele Bachmann, who would not have taken one second of politically-correct crap from the likes of Antonio Guterres. Or, any pressure from the all powerful Organization of Islamic Cooperation!

One of my readers suggested this job is a “nothingburger” job, and I respectfully disagree!

We will be keeping a close watch on Turtle Bay when Haley gets there.

18 Responses to “At least four (more!) reasons SC Governor Nikki Haley as UN Ambassador makes me nervous”

  1. […] is through the Spartanburg controversy that I formed my opinion of SC Governor Nikki Haley (Trump’s nominee to be Ambassador to the […]


  2. […] At least four (more!) reasons SC Governor Nikki Haley as UN Ambassador makes me nervous […]


    Backlash comes as she endorses Marco Rubio

    Published: 02/17/2016 at 6:18 PM

    Haley has supported the president’s plan to bring in refugees from jihadist hotspots like Syria and Iraq, the activists say, while also quietly embracing Obama’s resettlement of illegal Central American children in their state, using the family courts to secretly place them in communities without their knowledge or approval.

    So now they’re taking their battle against Haley into the courtroom, filing a lawsuit against the governor, the State Department of Social Services, and two church-based organizations that help the government transplant refugees not only in South Carolina but dozens of cities and towns across America.

    The suit seeks to halt all resettlement of refugees in South Carolina “until a full accounting of any and all federal money used in this program and specifically where it was allocated and how allocated (and) in which counties.”


  4. tmasierrahills said

    Yes, the ‘American Idea.’ Kemp would have faced an onrushing Zombie Apocalypse by smilingly speechifying at the top of his lungs on how, although dead, zombies can be truly energized, liberated and empowered by being given the opportunity to become bustling go-getter business entrepreneurs! It is that neocon idea–liberals have their own version–that you can take anyone in the world, sprinkle them with American magic pixie dust and–Shazam!–they become Western Europeans, American version.


  5. Number one issue for our country; get out of the UN and stop importing people under duress by the UN. She is a very bad choice as she has shown no love for our culture and Americana.

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  6. Cathy said

    Another woman who might make a good member of Trump’s cabinet is Jan Brewer, the former governor of Arizona. She stood up to Obama by enforcing immigration law he ordered her to ignore. I hope she’s given consideration for some position.

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    • Ann Corcoran said

      Yes, you are right. I had forgotten her. So now we have three women who stuck with Trump throughout and should be in line for something (when Haley dissed him almost the whole election season). Brewer, Palin, Bachmann—come on Mr. Trump!

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  7. Reblogged this on islamnewworldorder and commented:
    Yep, agreeing with Ann on this one, but then I always agree with Ann, because Ann Corcoran knows her stuff. Go figure.

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  8. ‘S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley Endorses Trump, Kind Of’

    When asked by NBC News’ Jacob Soboroff if she was going to support GOP nominee Donald Trump, Haley responded: “It’s great to be in Cleveland.”

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  9. dotsword said

    Thank you THANK YOU ANN!!

    My gut-level instinct is STILL waving it’s arms Screaming DANGER! DANGER! — I have not been able to figure out why there has not been any major objections rippling thru the country.

    The UN has been a major source of Strong-arming & pressure so why is Trump team putting such a weak, untrustworthy person in this key, critical position??

    . . . and why isn’t there massive objections???

    Liked by 1 person

    • Ann Corcoran said

      See some of the other commenters here who believe Trump knows what he is doing… guess we will wait and see, but I will be watching her like a hawk!

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  10. A) Diversity pick, hopefully harmless, it would be nice to see the UN kicked out of that building in the second term.
    B) Gets Randhawaout of the governor’s seat, where she’s done nothing destroy Southern heritage.

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  11. “Keep your friends close and your enemies closer” appears to be what Trump is doing. The entire UN is manifestly anti-American. In appointing Haley to the post of UN ambassador, the Trump gives the GOP establishment something they want and can horse trade to get something he wants. Also, I suspect that the US involvement in the UN will substantially decrease under President Trump and that there will be nothing the globalists can do about it. I have complete confidence in President Elect Trump. He wins.

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  12. Brittius said

    Reblogged this on Brittius.


  13. The thinking over at the Conservative Tree House is that Trump gave the Gov this position to remove her from SC, where he can work with the Lt. Gov, who was one of the first to support Trump. It will eliminate Haley as a potential candidate in the 2020 election and give a minority woman a cabinet position. Haley WON’T be making her own policy at UN and the serious phone calls will go directly to Pres Trump. Sarah Palin is being looked at for other cabinet positions and I don’t know if Bachmann has even been to Trump Tower.

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