Nikki Haley calls for Raphael Warnock to be deported

Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, a potential candidate for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, paid a visit to neighboring Georgia over the weekend to stump for GOP Senate candidate Hershel Walker and drew headlines when she suggested his Democratic opponent needs to be deported — figuratively speaking, of course.

The former United Nations ambassador was campaigning with Walker, who appears to be poised to defeat incumbent Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock, and was focusing on the wide-open southern border with Mexico, where an unprecedented 5 million illegal immigrants have crossed since President Joe Biden took office less than 2 years ago.

“Now I am the daughter of Indian immigrants. They came here legally. They are offended by what’s happening on that border,” Haley said, putting the blame squarely where it belongs, on Biden and the Democratic Party.

“Legal immigrants are more patriotic than the left,” she said, before adding: “The only person we need to make sure we deport is Warnock.”

For the record, Warnock was born in Savannah, Ga., with Haley apparently referring to deporting him out of the U.S. Senate — a pastor, Warnock holds radical left views and fully supports the Biden administration’s largely failed agenda.

“In two short years, he’s given us this border that’s wide open,” Walker said, in reference to Warnock.

Haley capitalized on Walker being both a former NFL player and star running back for the University of Georgia, using football metaphors to encourage Georgia voters to support Walker, whom she said was a “good person who has been put through the ringer and has had everything but the kitchen sink thrown at him.”

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