Turncoat Nikki Haley’s Confederate Flag Decision WILL Affect Her 2024 Run

(No Votes For Turncoats! Nikki did the dirty work Democrats wouldn’t do. She turned on us. She turned on Trump. I have no sympathy for the shite-storm she has just unleashed on herself – DD)

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(Time) In the wake of the 2015 mass shooting that killed nine Black churchgoers at Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina, Nikki Haley, then the state’s governor, attended service there. It was Sunday, several days after the tragedy, and images had been circulating of the killer with the Confederate flag—a banner that still flew on the grounds of the state capitol.

After the service, Haley told her team she intended to call for the removal of the Confederate flag from the capitol, according to Rob Godfrey, then her deputy chief of staff. She would ask lawmakers and community leaders to join her for a news conference, she said, but she wasn’t sure how many would show up. In the end, she convinced a bipartisan group of lawmakers including the son of Strom Thurmond, the infamous segregationist, to join her. The next month, the legislature passed a bill to take down the flag.

“She brought those people together to give Republicans cover to do the hard work that it was going to take to work together with their colleagues to pass the bill to remove the flag,” Godfrey says. “It’s something that history will judge her well by, and I think that it’s something that voters will always have in mind when they think of her.”

That decision Haley made eight years ago embodies both…

Nikki Haley’s Confederate Flag Decision and Her 2024 Run | Time