WOW: CNN Exposes The Ugly Side Of Liberals

During a recent CNN interview, Jake Tapper brought attention to the “very ugly side of the Left” that are becoming apparent with the announcement of Nikki Haley’s 2024 presidential candidacy. Tapper specifically criticized Democrats for attacking Haley’s use of her middle name, Nimarata, instead of her first name, despite previously praising former President Obama for doing the same. He also pointed out that Republicans were often scrutinized for using Barack Hussein Obama’s full name.

Conservative commentator Ramesh Ponnuru agreed and suggested that some on the Left don’t like Haley’s potential as a strong presidential candidate and are attacking her for minor details. He said that these criticisms are a “gift to Haley’s nascent campaign,” as they allow her to point out that she is being attacked based on her race and not her ideas.

The Democrat guest on the show, Paul Begala, praised Haley for being elected governor of South Carolina based on her Indian heritage race. He argued that people should judge Haley based on her ideas, not her race.

Tapper concluded by saying that the race-based attacks against Haley would ultimately benefit her in the long run, referring to it as an “in-kind contribution” towards her campaign.

This incident is yet another example of the Left’s hypocrisy and double standards. While they claim to be advocates of diversity and inclusion, they are quick to attack minorities who don’t fit their narrative. It is clear that Nikki Haley is a strong candidate with a lot of potential, and the Left is threatened by this. Rather than engaging in a meaningful debate about her ideas, they are attacking her based on her race and background. This is an unacceptable and shameful way to conduct politics.

The preceding article is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Townhall

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