Nikki Haley Gets Torn Apart After Saying God ‘Placed’ Trump As President: ‘Another Cult Member Speaks’
Former United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley appeared on the “700 Club” on Monday where she agreed with Energy Secretary Rick Perry that God had made Donald Trump the president.
Haley was asked by reporter David Brody to comment on whether God played a role in the president’s election. The former ambassador said “everything happens for a reason” and added that “I think God sometimes places people for lessons and sometimes places people for change.”
JUST RELEASED: @NikkiHaley on whether God put @realDonaldTrump in place as president for such a time as this? She Says, "everything happens for a reason… I think God sometimes places people for lessons and sometimes places people for change." Her @700club story Tuesday! @POTUS pic.twitter.com/8woXuAfAh1
— David Brody (@DavidBrodyCBN) November 25, 2019
Haley’s comments drew backlash from many Twitter users who pointed out Trump’s criminal record and other wrongdoings.
Here are some of the best responses:
Another cult member speaks
— Brian Hurn (@brianhurn) November 25, 2019
Whew 😥, I’m glad I’m an atheist and don’t worship a god that would do this to our country.
— RobynB (@rae9113) November 25, 2019
So God took a serial liar, bigot, adulterer, cheat, crook, and rapist and … made him President? You people are so absurd. Your version of faith is pathetic.
— Justin Hendrix (@justinhendrix) November 25, 2019
Unless by "God" she means Putin…
— Mark Zohar (@markzohar) November 25, 2019
I feel that I’ve learned the lesson. Can we have someone else now?
— Mary Carney (@Marys_musings) November 25, 2019
If God did choose Trump it was test this nation and those that support Trump failed the test.
— Trish22Bee (@trish22bee) November 25, 2019
— Steve_L (@ThrottleJockey6) November 25, 2019
People can Godsplain anything. God didn't put him in that hotel room with the porn star while he was away from his wife and infant child. It took some effort. It probably took a Weinsteinian effort.
— Clark Griswold (@NotTodayLuv) November 25, 2019