‘UNCONSCIONABLE as anything I can imagine — but so typical of Obama 2.0’: Nikki Haley reacts to Kerry-Iran scandal

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On “The Rubin Report” this week, BlazeTV host Dave Rubin sat down with Nikki Haley, former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, to talk about the massive foreign policy scandal involving John Kerry and Iran, as well as the federal government’s overreach during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Over the weekend, a New York Times report based on leaked audio alleged that former Secretary of State John Kerry informed Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif of “at least 200” covert actions by Israel against Iran in Syria. If true, why would a top diplomat during the Obama administration leak intel to an enemy of the U.S. and endanger one of our strongest allies?

“The idea that you would go and support and help the number one state sponsor of terror around the world, but stab our friend Israel in the back, is as unconscionable as anything I can imagine — but so typical of Obama 2.0. So typical,” Haley told Rubin.

“I think it’s dangerous. I don’t trust Kerry. I don’t trust him to not have done this. I don’t trust Biden to make Kerry answer for it. And I think we still have to be loud about it, because this is not okay,” she added.

Rubin and Haley noted the mainstream media’s obvious bias as they ignore or run defense for Kerry and the Biden administration.

“This is the reason nobody trusts the media anymore. I mean, why should you [when] you’re getting one side of the story?” she asked. “I mean, what happened to the days when [media] just gave us the facts and we decided what we wanted to think? I think … you’ll never see CNN talking about Kerry doing this. You’ll never see MSNBC talking about it. So, I think we still need to be loud. I think we have to push it.”

Watch the video below to catch more of the conversation:

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