‘A large part of our people are plagued by self-doubt or even hatred of America,’ Haley says
Nikki Haley, a former ambassador to the United Nations, is expected to criticize Democrats in a speech at the Reagan Library on Tuesday night, saying they “don’t even believe in America,” and that the country’s “blames outweigh its strength.” Look deep.”
Haley is set to address the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Tuesday evening as part of “A Time for Choice Speakers Series.”
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Granthshala News obtained Haley’s prepared remarks for her speech, in which she plans to say that the Democrats, who hold a majority in both the White House and the House of Representatives and the Senate, “remember America as a society of color.” left it.”
“They see America’s flaws as deeper than its strengths. They deny the broad progress we’ve made, and they punish those who disagree,” Haley is expected to say. “They are quick to praise those who attack America, and eager to attack those who praise America.”
Haley is expected to say that “a large proportion of our people are plagued by self-doubt or even hatred of America.”
“This is a pandemic much more harmful than any virus,” Haley would say.
Haley is expected to offer an optimistic look ahead – and a positive reflection on America’s history.
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“We shouldn’t be ashamed of the American story,” Haley would say. “Lefts focus on what went wrong, they remember the profound things America has done right.”
“The American establishment is the greatest leap in history for human freedom,” she would say.
Haley is expected to offer her personal experience, and will say that she has “not just seen the American story,” but has “lived the American story.”
“Take it from me, the first lady and first minority governor of South Carolina… America is not a racist country,” Haley is expected to say. “As a brown girl, growing up in a small Southern town, I saw the promise of America unfold before me.”
“As governor of South Carolina, I saw our state march ahead of hatred and violence, and united to take down a flag that was not in our state capitol,” Haley would say, on a law in 2015. Referring to the signing, which ousted the Confederate. Flag from the South Carolina Capitol. Dylan Roof took this step after the murder of nine members of a historically black church in Charleston.
Transferring to her work in the Trump administration as ambassador to the United Nations, Haley is set to say she saw “America is still the standard.”
“Where we lead, the world follows,” Haley is expected to say. “The world listens when we speak.”
She is ready to add: “We are what the world wants.”
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Haley’s speech on Tuesday night comes after being outspoken in her criticism of the Biden administration’s foreign policy in recent weeks.
After President Biden’s speech at the UN General Assembly last month, Haley criticized him for ignoring “the reality and seriousness of America’s threats and enemies” and not calling some countries by name – “China, Russia, Iran, North Korea, Venezuela, Afghanistan and terrorism, to name a few.”
Haley’s public appearance has fueled speculation about whether she plans to run for president in 2024.
Haley is traveling around the country helping fellow Republicans in the election this year and in 2022. She has not made any announcements about her White House ambitions, and instead, she has said she is focused solely on the midterm 2022, when the GOP will try to achieve a majority in the House and Senate and governors and states. To increase your margin in the assemblies.