Chelsea Handler Put Nikki Haley on Blast for Ripping the UN Over Israel — It Backfires Big Time
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Chelsea Handler Put Nikki Haley on Blast for Ripping the UN Over Israel — It Backfires Big Time

United States Ambassador to the United Nations (U.N.) Nikki Haley laid into the United Nations Security Council on Tuesday for criticizing Israel’s actions when violence broke out during the new U.S. embassy opening in Jerusalem

Following Haley’s remarks, comedian Chelsea Handler attacked her on Twitter — and it backfired.

“Nikki Haley is on tv talking about Hamas being responsible for the Palestinians protesting yesterday,” the comedian wrote.

“These people had no weapons,” she tweeted. “They had tires to burn. There was a dead baby. While [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu celebrates.”

Twitter users were quick to pounce on Handler’s claim that the Palestinian protesters were unarmed, and they were absolutely savage in their responses.

Except molotov cocktails, boulders, and burning kites they tried to fly into farm fields..

Dont forget about the babies they used as human shields

…but sure, peaceful protesters

— Skippy Barbosa (@DrMcMoodyMuffin) May 15, 2018

Handler then took her critique of Haley to a shocking new level by comparing her to former German Chancellor Adolf Hitler. She tweeted, “It would be like Hitler saying Auschwitz is all about HELPING the Jews stay warm.”

That remark definitely didn’t go over so well either.

Handler then put the final nail in her own coffin with a third tweet:

Now the bibi craizies are running the show, unchecked and will effectively turn gaza and the left bank into starvation camps or mental asylums, if not already and bomb iran into submission… there will be a religious term for this. i think the evangelicals call it the rapture.

Immediately, people jumped on her for referring to the West Bank as the “left bank.”

In her speech before the U.N. Security Council, Haley made it clear the White House blames Hamas for the violent outbreak at the Gaza Strip and slammed those arguing that the embassy relocation caused the backlash:

Those who suggest that the Gaza violence has anything to do with the location of the American embassy are sorely mistaken. Rather, the violence comes from those who reject the existence of the state of Israel in any location. Such a motivation, the destruction of a United Nations member state, is so illegitimate as to not be worth our time in the Security Council, other than the time it takes to denounce it.



  1. Robert Wuench

    May 16, 2018 at 4:05 pm

    Chelsea, we all know you are a left wing kook. There’s no need to keep proving it every time you open your pie hole.

  2. Barbara L Welch

    May 16, 2018 at 6:44 pm

    no no no palestinians do no work they only thing they know how to do and they do not do it very well is attack women and babies

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