Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Nikki Haley Headlined Event that Required Proof of COVID Vaccination

'Sure just looks like more of the same, a career politician whose only fulfilled commitment is to herself... '

(Headline USA) Former South Carolina Republican Gov. Nikki Haley, who announced her 2024 presidential bid this week, reportedly required proof of vaccination at an event last year.

An event featuring Haley titled, “Ask a Woman: Leadership Lessons from Ambassador Nikki Haley,” required attendees to show “proof of COVID-19 vaccination along with valid photo identification.”

“Masks are no longer required but are available to those who request,” the event flier added.

The event took place late last year and was held in New York City.

As several conservatives have pointed out, Haley’s record on COVID-19 could become a liability for her campaign.

“Nikki Haley was not only nowhere to be found on the most impactful human rights issue of her time, but it’s worse than that,” wrote Jordan Schachtel. “She quickly became part of the problem. Nowhere during a social media search could I find even a light critique of Covid tyranny or the mRNA Big Pharma mafia,”

Former President Donald Trump was also quick to slam Haley, calling her a wannabe Hillary Clinton who is “weak on immigration”

“Nikki Haley is just another career politician,” MAGA Inc. executive Taylor Budowich said in a statement. “She started out as a Never Trumper before resigning to serve in the Trump admin. She then resigned early to go rake in money on corporate boards. Now, she’s telling us she represents a ‘new generation.’ Sure just looks like more of the same, a career politician whose only fulfilled commitment is to herself.”

Trump also blasted Haley for throwing her hat in the ring despite previously pledging not to run for president against him.

“I would not run if President Trump ran, and I would talk to him about it,” Haley said at the time. “That’s something that we’ll have a conversation about at some point, if that decision is something that has to be made.”

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