Before leaving her post as U.N. Ambassador, Nikki Haley brought to the U.N. floor a resolution to condemn Hamas.
RT @USUN: This afternoon, the UN will vote on a US resolution that asks a simple question: do countries support Hamas' terrorism, or don't they? The UN has a chance to condemn Hamas for the first time. If the UN fails to do so, its lack of credibility will speak for itself.
— Nikki Haley (@nikkihaley) December 6, 2018
Its lack of credibility didn’t just speak; it shouted.
Despite winning 87 votes, US fails to pass vote condemning Hamas at the UN
— Joe (@joedyke) December 6, 2018
Vote to condemn #Hamas fails because it does not gain 2/3 majority.
— Arsen Ostrovsky (@Ostrov_A) December 6, 2018
UN resolution condemning Hamas does not pass as it didn’t get the 2/3 of votes needed.
Red = voted to condemn terror
Green = voted in favor of jihad
Yellow = unsure whether to condemn terrorists. @NikkiHaley and the US set the U.N. a humanity test. It failed. pic.twitter.com/3hALR6Cjsv
— Michael Dickson (@michaeldickson) December 6, 2018
Shame on the U.N.
Treat this as a good day at the UN. A resolution condemning Hamas, an antisemitic, violent, Islamist organisation, failed to pass after Bolivia introduced an earlier resolution requiring a 2/3 majority for the Hamas resolution to pass. A perfect display of the perversion of UN
— Alex Ryvchin (@AlexRyvchin) December 6, 2018
The UN is a joke.
— Evelyn Mae (@EvelynMae11) December 6, 2018
I ask again: why are we in the UN at all? Why do we fund it? That place is nothing but a wretched hive of scum and villainy. https://t.co/PruestGWft
— Ken Gardner (@KenGardner11) December 6, 2018
Time for the US to leave the UN. @realDonaldTrump
— Jennifer (@jenmelton1976) December 6, 2018
Dear @realDonaldTrump — the UN is a corrupt, feckless, fascist organization that gives cover to the worst abusers of human rights while undermining US law and sovereignty.
Kick them out of lower Manhattan and get the US out of them. https://t.co/j5Hysp6s6v
— 𝙰𝚖𝚢 𝙲𝚞𝚛𝚝𝚒𝚜 (@RantyAmyCurtis) December 6, 2018
Please, Mr. President. Enough is enough.