TREASON: Neocon Nikki Haley Betrays Trump, Backs Robert Mueller
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley has done her best to hide her neocon roots. But in recent days she has made her contempt for President Trump well known, attacking his ‘communication style,’ as well as defended Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation against Trump.
On Sunday, Haley stated that President Trump should not shut down Robert Mueller’s investigation, and that it should be allowed to play out, stating:
“It should go through the process. But they need to do it quickly. For the good of the country, this investigation needs to happen quickly.”
While more and more Americans are turning against Robert Mueller, Nikki Haley felt it was a good time to side with him, showing her true colors.
As anyone who doesn’t listen to the mainstream media knows, Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russia collusion during the 2016 election is nothing more than a witch hunt against President Trump. Over the past few weeks, that has become more apparent, especially with evidence that Mueller has failed to follow through on pertinent details relating to the Trump Tower meeting between Trump campaign officials and a Russian lawyer, likely as to not harm his anti-Trump media narrative.
Prior to Trump’s election, Nikki Haley was a harsh Trump critic. She even used her official response to former President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address to make implied attacks on Trump and his immigration policies. Then-Presidential candidate Donald Trump responded back to her criticisms stating that “[Nikki Haley is] weak on illegal immigration, and she certainly has no trouble asking me for campaign contributions.”
At the time of her attacks against Trump she was serving as Governor of South Carolina, where she was firmly on the side of the political establishment, caving to politically correct demands of the left. She angered conservatives nationwide when she led the campaign to remove a long-standing Confederate flag from the grounds of the South Carolina State House.