Nikki Haley: America Needs To ‘Stop Our National Self-Loathing’


Former U. S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley indicated during a speech on Tuesday that America’s “national self-loathing” needs to end.

“The barbarians of the world fear nothing more than a confident and strong United States with the courage of our convictions. The most important mission of our time is to stop our national self-loathing and to regain our courage and renew our convictions,” Haley said during her remarks at the Reagan Library in California.

“A large portion of our people are plagued by self doubt or even by hatred of America. It’s a pandemic much more damaging than any virus. Every day more people think living in the land of the free is a curse, not a blessing,” she said.

“Nowadays we’re told our founding principles are tools of oppression. We’re told the world’s freest and most prosperous country is no better than any other. In fact, we’re told it’s worse. Well if that’s the case, why did so many Haitians gather under the bridge in Texas last month? They didn’t come here because America is evil. They came here because America is free,” she said.

Haley, who has also previously served as the governor of South Carolina, said “anger toward America is now the bedrock belief of the American left.”

“Democrats have given up on America as a colorblind society. They see America’s flaws as more profound than its strengths. They deny the massive progress we’ve made and they punish anyone who disagrees. They are quick to praise those who attack America and eager to attack those who praise America,” she decla… (Read more)

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