Haley rightfully accused Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his party of delusional Democrats of always “blaming America first,” but to be honest, Trump has overtaken America on whom to blame.
Haley also pushed back on liberal progressives and their mainstream media cohorts notion that “America is racist.”
“That is a lie. America is not a racist country,” Haley said. “This is personal for me.”
As the daughter of Indian immigrants, Haley argued that she was able to excel despite growing up as a “brown girl in a black and white world.” Noting that South Carolina had elected her as the state’s first minority, female governor.
Describing the United States as a “work in progress,” she criticized the Democrats for their divisive rhetoric and for “turning a blind eye towards riots and rage” amid months of Black Lives Matter protests that have erupted across the nation.
This is clearly evident as we reported earlier that Portland has now had 88 straight nights of rioting, looting, and arson.
Nikki Haley Delivers Her 2020 RNC Speech
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