Nikki Haley Says We Must Avoid Peace In The Middle East At All Costs
Politics · Feb 1, 2024 · BabylonBee.com

LEXINGTON, SC — With tensions continuing to rise in the Middle East and desperate calls for diplomacy being made around the world, former South Carolina Governor and current Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley issued an urgent plea of her own, saying we must avoid peace in the Middle East at all costs.

Haley, still touting her distant second-place victory in the recent New Hampshire primary, stressed the need to fend off calls for any peaceful resolution to looming conflicts involving Iran and Palestine and emphasized the importance of maintaining a dangerous level of volatility in the region.

"We must find a path that leads us away from peace," Haley said in a campaign speech to supporters in the Palmetto State. "There are dark forces at work behind the scenes who want nothing more than to bring about a meaningful, lasting peace in the Middle East the likes of which we have never witnessed in our lifetimes. That should never be our goal, and it never will be with me as your president."

With political analysts warning that the region is becoming a growing powder keg, Haley voiced concern that a return to the White House of Donald Trump could have grave consequences for the quest to avoid peace. "I fear for the future," she said. "If Donald Trump ends up back in power, we can all say goodbye to the days of war and bombings in the Middle East. None of us want that."

At publishing time, Haley warned her supporters that a vote for Trump could lead to a total collapse of the military-industrial complex and a return of peace around the globe.


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