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Nikki Haley Dubs 2020 ‘The Year Socialism Went Mainstream’

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Socialism became more accepted in 2020 and is on its way to becoming the default economic policy for Democratic politicians, former U. S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley warned Monday.

Taking to Twitter, the high-profile Republican wrote, “2020 was the year socialism went mainstream.”

Calling socialism a “dangerous ideology” the former governor of South Carolina noted it “has failed everywhere it has been tried & ruined countless lives.”

Worse, she also wrote, “it is on its way to becoming the default economic policy of the Democratic Party. This terrifying trend threatens the future of every American.”

In another tweet, she stated, “The left believes that government knows best. If the past year has taught us anything, it’s that when govt dictates how the economy is run, Americans suffer. With the Biden admin set to take power, now is the time to renew the fight for capitalism.”

The rumored 2024 GOP presidential hopeful also posted an article from Stand for America, a website and advocacy group she started.

In a posting entitled, “2020 In Review: Socialism Rising,” Haley offered more thoughts on socialism. “With the Biden administration set to take power, now is the time to renew the fight for capitalism and opportunity for all — and against socialism and its suffering,” Haley wrote.

The one-time clothing executive declared, “Now is the time to rally our fellow citizens to ensure that every American can achieve their dreams and bring our country and people to new heights of achievement. The only way socialism wins is if we don’t show up. So let’s show up, stand up, and speak out, for the sake of America’s future.”

In the “2020 in Review” post, her group linked to a New York Post article featuring polling that socialism wasn’t actually popular among Americans and faced considerable opposition from the country. The poll by Rasmussen and the conservative Heartland Institute reported that 75% of Americans said they preferred free-market… (Read more)

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