Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley just made it official — she really said it on camera and millions saw it. Now, her announcement is going viral. This changes everything about the upcoming election.
During her speech at the Republican National Convention (RNC), Haley called out the Democratic Party for making it “fashionable … to say that America is racist” and took time to tell her family’s American story in the process.
“I am the proud daughter of Indian immigrants,” Haley said. She said that while her family was subjected to “discrimination and hardship,” they chose optimism and hard work — they never “gave in to grievance and hate.”
Haley explained that her father was a teacher and her mother was a business owner. She became the governor of South Carolina after serving as a state representative and, adding to that, she was the state’s “first minority and first female governor.”
Haley continued by casting a positive vision and outlook on America — one in which we still have problems to solve, but also one that has made considerable progress. After all, it was in America that her family became successful.
By contrast, the Democrats have sold the snake oil of perpetual race-baiting, as if nothing has changed since the days of slavery and Jim Crow laws. History and the facts prove otherwise. Americans will judge the Democrats’ message at the ballot box on November 3.
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