THAT’S WHAT REALLY MATTERS, ISN’T IT?

“Two of my favorite people…”

This is Zionist Traitor Nikki Haley with Zionist Traitor Henry Kissinger.

If you approve of Nikki Haley because she called for the censorship of a Confederate battle flag from a Confederate memorial monument on June 22, 2015, then issued an executive order for the censorship of that Confederate battle flag from that Confederate memorial monument on July 9, 2015—without the consent of the people of South Carolina, of all races and ethnicities, to whom that Confederate battle flag belonged—you might disapprove of Nikki Haley because she’s a Zionist traitor who’s placing the demands of the Israeli government above the needs of the American people.

Though it is best to do the right thing for the right reason, it is better to do the right thing for the wrong reason than the wrong thing for the right reason.

When White Supremacist Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964 into law privately (the night before he signed it into law publicly) he was overheard saying to himself, “I’ll have them niggers votin’ Democrat for two hundred years!”

Since White Supremacist Lyndon B. Johnson authorized the Civil Rights Act of 1964 for the wrong reason, should he not have authorized it at all?

Since White Supremacist Lyndon B. Johnson did the right thing for the wrong reason, should he not have done the right thing at all?

If you thought South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley did the right thing, in censoring a historical flag that belonged to her constituents—without the consent of her constituents—then you would have considered it wrong to sign a petition for her removal from office, wouldn’t you?

And if you think U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley is doing the wrong thing, in placing the demands of the Israeli government above the needs of the American people—especially having attained her office without the consent of the American people—then you would consider it right to sign a petition for her removal from office, wouldn’t you?¬†

In other words, just as you would not penalize a public official for doing what you considered to be the right thing, you would penalize a public official for doing what you considered to be the wrong thing, wouldn’t you?

Here is a link to a petition I have started, petitioning President Donald Trump to remove Nikki Haley from his presidential cabinet:

https://www.change.org/p/president-trump-remove-the-dishonorable-nikki-r-haley-from-your-cabinet-immediately-so-you-can-immediately-restore-some-honor-to-your-cabinet

Of course I agree with my reasons why Nikki Haley should be removed from her current office, and so do many other people—she censored a historical flag without the consent of the people to whom that flag belonged, and she exploited a mass murder for her political career.

But if you don’t agree with my reasons—or ours—you might sign this petition for other reasons, right?

In other words, though you won’t sign a petition to President Trump to remove the Dishonorable Nikki R. Haley from his cabinet for what you consider to be the wrong reason, or reasons, you will sign a petition to President Trump to remove the Dishonorable Nikki R. Haley from his cabinet for what you consider to be the right reason, or reasons, won’t you?

If you do the right thing for what some other people consider to be the wrong reason, or reasons, you’re still doing the right thing, aren’t you?

And if you do the right thing for a reason, or reasons, other than the reason, or reasons, some other people do it, you’re still doing the right thing, aren’t you?

And that’s what really matters, isn’t it?

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