Nikki Haley, former ambassador to the United Nations under the Trump administration, said Sen. Rep. Raphael Warnock, D-Ga., has to step down while campaigning for GOP candidate Hershel Walker.
Haley, who served as South Carolina’s first female governor from 2011 to 2017, made the comments while campaigning for Walker in Hiram, Ga., on Tuesday and discussed the policies of President Biden.
“Look at the border. Do you know that 3.8 million illegal immigrants have crossed that border, 800,000 more have gone, 4.5 million people have broken the law and come here illegally?” Haley spoke to many of Walker’s supporters. “Biden and Warnock helped them do it. Now, I’m the daughter of Indian immigrants. They came here legally, they set the time, they paid, They’re upset about what’s happening in that region. Illegal immigrants are more citizens on the left today. They know they worked to come to America and they love it. them to America. They want to follow the laws in America, so the only person we need to ensure that we are released is Warnock.”
“The other thing they have to do is focus on crime,” Haley said of Congress, criticizing Democrats. “When you go and say you’re going to honor criminals, instead of going after the backs of law enforcement, don’t be shocked when crime goes up, don’t be shocked when murders go up. There has to be a mistake. Senate recognizes that law and order must be restored.”
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Before Walker took to the microphone, Haley also criticized Democrats for spending too much, which she attributed to rising gas and grocery costs. He painted Walker as a candidate who would vote to ensure that “America is not an independent force, but a powerful force.”
The candidate also broke down the COVID-19-era school closures and the racist ideology being pushed in classrooms.
“If America was racist, I wouldn’t have been elected the country’s first female governor. America is not racist, America is blessed,” she said. “And America deserves our love, and the reason I’m going across this country to fight for these candidates is because we need people who love America. They want We are the people who are fighting for America, we need the people who are going to turn this ship around, and I can tell you that this is more than an election. On Tuesday, that’s when we start to righting the ship.”
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Haley said Walker was “a good guy who has been put through the wringer [sic] and everything has been thrown at him with the kitchen sink, he’s still fighting for you.”
The spokesman also said it was a big thank you to Republican Gov. Brian Kemp, who is running against Democratic challenger Stacey Abrams on Tuesday, for selecting Walker as U.S. senator, adding , “Don’t listen to these rednecks” You’ve said it. Winning in Georgia is all about turnovers.”