The fake news media has gotten away with murder for decades. But all of this is coming to an end.
And MSNBC could go to court after they ran this defamatory story.
Ever since Donald Trump announced his candidacy for office in 2015, the fake news media have run hit piece after hit piece.
They will take the most minor of facts and twist it into a speculative fantasy with Trump at the center as the evil mastermind.
Plenty of other Republicans have been caught in the wake of the Left’s campaign to defame.
And now another major 2024 contender is being dragged through the mud with an outrageous claim.
According to left-wing columnist Wajahat Ali, Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley is an “alpha-Karen with brown skin,” who accused the former UN ambassador of using her skin “as a weapon against poor black folks and poor brown folks” as well as a means to “launder white supremacist talking points.”
During Sunday night’s episode of MSNBC’s The Mehdi Hasan Show, Ali approximately cited the late anthropologist and author Zora Neale Hurston as saying, “Not all skinfolk are kinfolk,” while calling Haley “the Dinesh D’Souza of Candace Owens.”
“She’s the alpha Karen with brown skin,” he continued. “And for white supremacists and racists, she’s the perfect Manchurian candidate.”
“I see her and I feel sad because she uses her brown skin to launder white supremacist talking points,” @WajahatAli tells @MehdiRHasan about Nikki Haley’s presidential bid strategy and how it falls short. pic.twitter.com/MYNhZfz3ea
— The Mehdi Hasan Show (@MehdiHasanShow) February 20, 2023
Given Haley’s background, the Daily Beast contributor voiced “disgust” for her opinions.
“Instead of applauding her, I am just disgusted by people like Nikki Haley who know better, whose parents were the beneficiaries … of the 1965 Immigration Nationality Act, which passed thanks to those original BLM protesters and the Civil Rights Act,” he said.
Ali said that her father migrated to the United States “because he was a professor [and] taught at a historically black college in South Carolina,” and that “that’s how she became the proud American that she is.”
However, he continued, “like all these model minorities — which by the way is a strategy of white supremacy to use Asians in particular as a cudgel against black folks — instead of pulling us up from the bootstraps and pulling others [up by their] bootstraps, we’re taught to take your boot and put it on the neck of poor browns, immigrants, refugees, and black folks.”
“And that’s what she did in her ad,” he added in reference to her presidential campaign launch ad published last week.
Ali went on to say that seeing Haley makes him “sad” because “she uses her brown skin as a weapon against poor black and poor brown folks, and she uses her brown skin to launder white supremacist talking points.”
“And the reason I feel sad [is] because no matter what she does … it will never be enough, [the right will] never love her,” he alleged.
It’s been a busy week for us and we couldn’t be more proud of @NikkiHaley.
Thousands came out for our launch in South Carolina and every New Hampshire town hall was standing room only! 🇺🇸
Join the movement and let’s shake up Washington.
— Team Haley (@TeamHaley) February 18, 2023
The conversation was regarded as “one of the nastiest, most racist interviews in recent American history” by Nile Gardiner, head of the Heritage Foundation’s Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom.
“Liberals think it is acceptable to launch racist attacks against conservatives such as @NikkiHaley,” he wrote. “It isn’t, and reflects a hate-filled mindset.”
One of the nastiest, most racist interviews in recent American history. Liberals think it is acceptable to launch racist attacks against conservatives such as @NikkiHaley It isn't, and reflects a hate-filled mindset. https://t.co/1EDwY6QGw1
— Nile Gardiner (@NileGardiner) February 20, 2023
Haley, who was governor of South Carolina before joining Trump’s administration, stated in November that the GOP is “making history” by fielding minority candidates who, “like all Americans,” want a strong economy, high-quality education, secure borders, and safe streets.
Meanwhile, the Republican Party is making inroads with minorities.
According to USA Today, 40 percent of Hispanic voters and 21 percent of black voters now support the Republican Party, although former President Donald Trump received 12 percent of the black vote and 32 percent of the Hispanic vote in 2020.
Previously, Haley claimed that ABC legal analyst Sunny Hostin criticized her name because she “can’t stand the fact that a minority female would be a conservative Republican,” while Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) claimed that Democrats’ “openly racist” comments exacerbated an already-existing shift among Hispanic voters from Democrat to Republican.
Breitbart News reported in May that black People have begun to support Republicans in droves as their approval of Democrats has dwindled over the years, clearing the path for more than 100 black conservatives to run for office throughout the country last year.
Stay tuned to The Federalist Wire.