Nikki Haley Crushes UN With Facts; Celebrity Left-winger Compares Her to Hitler
On Tuesday morning, Nikki Haley spoke at the United Nations Security Council meeting regarding the embassy move in Israel and the violence in Gaza that took place on Monday.
Ambassador Haley's remarks were perfect and on point. That's her style: She calmly and deliberately carpet bombs the UNSC with reality.
I ask my colleagues here in the Security Council, who among us would accept this type of activity on your border? No one would. No country in this chamber would act with more restraint than Israel has. In fact, the records of several countries here today suggest they would be much less restrained.
Let's repeat that last bit for emphasis: "the records of several countries here today suggest they would be much less restrained."
I love the smell of napalm in the UN building.
And speaking of war, the violence in Gaza was, per the nature of armed conflict, you know, violent. When a terror group sends people to attack, shots will be fired. But short-attention-span celebrities and their fellow leftist thought leaders are suddenly interested in deaths in the Middle East because they can blame Jews. And who better to blame Jews for violence than drunken train wreck Chelsea Handler?
Apparently, this didn't generate enough outrage, so Handler took it up a notch.
Comparing Haley to Hitler for defending Jews. Yep, that's mainstream leftism alright.
It's offensive and idiotic, and not all that different from what the press was suggesting on Monday. Nevertheless, this idiot's Twitter garbage should take a back seat to the important truths Haley spoke before the world.
If only the world would see them in full. Anti-Israel sentiment imperils the truth and will result in sound bite evisceration. Still, some sound bites are worth sharing (even though you should watch the entirety of her remarks).
In recent days, Hamas terrorists, backed by Iran, have incited attacks against Israeli security forces and infrastructure. That is violence that should occupy our attention, too.