Nikki Haley, as soon as a rising star, is now centered on white grievances and Christian persecution

When she was governor of South Carolina, Nikki Haley was one of the most popular Republicans in the country. Some even thought she had a chance to become the first woman president.

Donald Trump capitalized on Haley’s popularity by making her his ambassador to the United Nations. While leaving the position midway through Trump’s tenure, she remained a fan of the presidents.

Haley has remained so sycophantic to Trump that Conservative Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin penned an article about Haley’s change of tone. Rubin writes that Haley is now primarily focused on white grievances and Christian nationalism.

The Washington Post writer wrote, “She (Haley) just roars about socialism. Perhaps looking ahead to 2024, she believes nonsense accusations are the way to gain favor in her intellectually empty party. “

Rubin continues:

“The thoughtless denunciation of policies that Democrats do not pursue, addressing whites’ complaints, repeating delusions of Christian persecution, and uttering empty platitudes about capitalism is what is true of republican ‘ideas’ today. And remember, Haley is one of the smarter and more sensible Republicans. She simply lacks the intellectual integrity, creativity, and courage to speak to voters like adults. It’s so much easier to throw around crazy buzzwords than to offer pragmatic political ideas. “

You can read Rubin’s entire column here courtesy of the Washington Post

Todd Neikirk is a New Jersey-based policy and technology writer. His work has been featured on psfk.com, foxsports.com and hillreporter.com. He likes sports, politics, comics, and spends time with his family on the waterfront.

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