‘I see dead people’: Nikki Haley makes cringeworthy guest appearance on SNL

Not that any more proof was needed that Nikki Haley is the preferred establishment candidate but her cringeworthy guest appearance on Saturday Night Live should forever remove any doubts.

The former South Carolina governor and U.S. ambassador to the United Nations appeared on the Democrats’ premier late-night propaganda showcase where she took cheap shots at GOP frontrunner Donald J. Trump to the delight of the show’s Republican-hating audience.

During the cold open for this week’s edition of the long-running comedy show, viewers were treated to a mock CNN town hall featuring James Austin Johnson who regularly appears as the former president taking questions, and when one was directed to “someone who describes herself as a concerned South Carolina voter,” the camera cut to Haley who received uproarious applause.

“My question is why won’t you debate Nikki Haley?” she asked of Johnson who took over for Alec Baldwin as Trump.

‘Oh my God it’s her, the woman who was in charge of security on January 6th,” exclaimed the faux Trump. “It’s Nancy Pelosi.”

“Are you doing OK Donald? You might need a mental competency test,” Haley said, leading to Johnson dropping the obligatory E. Jean Carroll $83.3 million jury award reference.

“And you spent $50 million in your own legal fees, do you need to borrow some money?” Haley asked, spewing one Democrat talking point after another.

After Johnson’s rambling in which he tossed out a line from the Bruce Willis movie “The Sixth Sense” that “I see dead people,” Haley delivered her big line.

“Yeah, that’s what voters will say if they see you and Joe on the ballot,” she said as the audience laughed.

“’I see dead people.’ That’s exactly what voters will think if this race is between Trump and Biden in the fall,” she wrote on X, sharing a clip of her appearance. “Had a blast tonight on SNL! Know it was past Donald’s bedtime so looking forward to the stream of unhinged tweets in the a.m.”

What Haley didn’t share was her sickening pandering to leftists – especially black voters – by groveling over her widely panned remarks about the Civil War and slavery, an obsession that has taken root since Barack Obama’s second term.

“What would you say was the main cause of the Civil War – and do you think it starts with an ‘S’ and ends with a ‘lavery’,” Haley was asked.

“Yep, I probably should have said that the first time,” Haley said before pointing into the camera and announcing, “Live from New York it’s Saturday night.”

Her Democrat fans may have eaten it up but Haley’s cringeworthy cameo turned the stomachs of many X users who savagely mocked the shameless appeal to the show’s viewers.

With Haley’s support largely confined to the media and Democrats who are propping her up so she can keep attacking Trump, it’s a desperate move by her team before the upcoming South Carolina primary where she trails badly in the polls and shaving a few points from the expected thumping would be valuable to the narrative that she’s a viable candidate.

Chris Donaldson


We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, profanity, vulgarity, doxing, or discourteous behavior. If a comment is spam, instead of replying to it please click the ∨ icon below and to the right of that comment. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain fruitful conversation.

Latest Articles