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Nikki Haley is making a name for herself online as she continues to act as if she’s an oppressed minority.

That has given online critics a whole new reason to go after the establishment’s favored candidate.

But Haley isn’t backing down and her latest frightening statement shows where her head is at.

Haley once said that “kids don’t see color” despite claim of verbal abuse

Nikki Haley went viral in January of this year when she made the claim that her family was “the only Indian family in [their] small southern town” growing up and she was “teased every day for being brown.” 

The clip took the Internet by storm and raked in tens of millions of views overnight. 

But this wasn’t the first time that Haley made the comments to connect with minority groups. 

Mehdi Hasan criticized Haley in May of 2021 when she was fighting back against “anti-racism” curriculum in schools. 

At that time Haley was saying that kids “don’t see color” despite having complained of being a victim in the past.

“They are automatically looking at these kids that know no difference . . . they don’t see color, they don’t see gender, they don’t see anything, they’re just kids . . . and then you’re going to teach them that they’re racist,” she said in the clip presented by Hasan.

Leftists don’t want to see a “conservative minority woman” as the Republican nominee

Now Haley in her most recent campaign Haley is focused not only on her race—but her gender. 

The Presidential candidate believes that her identity is the most important thing to consider when choosing her to run the world’s most powerful nation. 

“I’ve always made liberals’ heads explode. They can’t stand the idea of a conservative minority woman running for president,” she said in February of last year ahead of her candidacy. 

While Haley might be right it would make the Left come unhinged, focusing on identity politics is the last thing that anyone in the Republican Party wants to hear. 

Now in a recent interview on ABC News the last-standing opponent to Donald Trump in the Republican Primary invoked her gender again.

“We are going to have a female President”

Interviewer Jonathan Karl asked Haley if she would uphold the pledge that she made to the RNC to support Trump if he was the eventual nominee. 

“No, I know I’m running against him because I don’t think he’s the right person at the right time. I don’t think he should be President,” she said before adding “the last thing on my mind is who I’m going to support.” 

Then Haley went on to make a bold prediction about who will be the next President of the United States.

“We are going to have a female President of the United States. It will either be me or it will be Kamala Harris,” she said.

Haley believes that there’s no chance that Joe Biden will be the Democrat candidate and if Donald Trump takes on Kamala Harris, then he will lose.

“Every poll shows that he will not win, and we will have President Kamala Harris. I’m not going to let that happen,” she said.

It’s unclear what polls Haley is referring to, but Kamala Harris is one of the least popular politicians in U.S. history.

Election Buzz will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story. 

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