U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. got a question this week:
— Samar D Jarrah (@SamarDJarrah) June 1, 2018
Well, who wants to speculate?
#Hamas hummingbird @SamarDJarrah questioning @nikkihaley on the necklace she was wearing…
Thinks it’s a palm tree / sword (Saudi symbol) – implying a bribe from #KSA #SouthCarolina flag ?? pic.twitter.com/FCJG7iNex7
— حسن سجواني ?? (@HSajwanization) June 2, 2018
As it turns out, there’s quite a simple answer:
Bless your heart. pic.twitter.com/A50h8eI3nX
— Colonel Assault Mom (@colonel_potter) June 2, 2018
What? I don't get the big deal over a palm tree with a thumbnail moon.
— Paul A Marketos (@PaulAMarketos) June 2, 2018
She's implying it's the Saudi symbol. But failing spectacularly.
— Rescued By A Rescue (@burlyg8r) June 2, 2018
If that’s what’s being implied, yes, it’s a fail:
Being a Hamas apologist and confusing the South Carolina state flag palm tree symbol with a Saudi crescent moon to own the Americans. https://t.co/EB4cdPblk6
— Jerry Dunleavy (@JerryDunleavy) June 2, 2018
— Elaine Ermis (@ElaineErmis) June 2, 2018
Not much of a scandal to be had here after all.
— Gran (@GranTweets2) June 2, 2018
Well, since she WAS the Governor of South Carolina….
“The palmetto and crescent moon of the state flag is South Carolina's best-known symbol.” https://t.co/BDLLsNRF3y
— The Reagan Battalion (@ReaganBattalion) June 2, 2018
Imagine being dumb enough to confuse Saudi Arabia and South Carolina lmao https://t.co/EBRBE3iu2f
— Andrew Valentine (@mountain___drew) June 2, 2018
Delete this tweet and study your states. https://t.co/8nDdA2kZGC
— Elizabeth Coplon (@ecoplon) June 2, 2018