In a Fox News appearance, Nikki Haley fully endorsed the globalist digital identification enslavement agenda.

The push for digital IDs is among the greatest threats to individual liberty and freedom to Americans.

Bill Gates, Klaus Schwab, and the rest of the globalist crew want every human on Earth to have a digital identity for complete control and surveillance of the masses.

Haley showed her hand and revealed she unquestionably supports their agenda.

“Social media companies, they have to show America their algorithms. Let us see why they’re pushing what they’re pushing,” Haley said.


The next statement is the kicker.

“Every person on social media should be verified by their name,” Haley said.

“First of all, it’s a national security threat. When you do that, all of a sudden people have to stand by what they say. And it gets rid of the Russian bots, the Iranian bots, and the Chinese bots,” she continued.

“I am no lawyer but isn’t this blatantly unconstitutional? Free speech includes anonymous speech,” Christina Pushaw commented.

Watch Nikki Haley’s remarks:

Haley is a greater threat to the liberties and freedoms of Americans than Russia, China, or Iran.

These comments prove she fully backs the globalist agenda of digital surveillance.

She will claim “national security threat” while destroying your inalienable rights.

Her comments are a stark reminder of the egregious Patriot Act used to terrorize Americans.

“The largest bank in America, JP Morgan Chase, is backing Haley. -She is as pro-war as it gets -She is pro-censorship -She is pushing internet Real ID,” Clint Russell commented.

“She is clearly the preferred candidate of the evil ruling class that has destroyed America,” he added.

“Nikki Haley is *openly* pushing for the government to use private tech companies to censor speech. This is a flagrant violation of the Constitution and straight out of the Democrats’ playbook. Any politician who thinks it’s OK for the government to use the private sector as its censorship bureau shouldn’t be allowed anywhere near the White House,” Vivek Ramaswamy commented.

“A.k.a., we want to be able to find you, arrest you, censor you, and know who we can label an ‘enemy of the state,'” the Libertarian Party said.

“Presidential hopeful Nikki Haley made an appearance on Fox News on Tuesday in which she called for all social media users to be verified by their name in order to protect national security. Haley, it seems, wants to do away with the anons,” The Post Millennial writes.

“In fact, it’s not just a planned policy initiative, but a day-one priority,” the outlet added.

From The Post Millennial:

A recent case wherein an anon Twitter user Douglass Mackey, who had been posting under the pseudonym Ricky Vaughn, was doxxed by a journalist. After that doxxing, Mackey was prosecuted for posting a joke on Twitter, which was at Hilary Clinton’s expense. Biden’s Department of Justice tried and convicted Mackey on charges of election interference. He was sentenced to 7 months in prison. Haley’s goal to force anons to use their names could either suppress their free speech rights or potentially lead to further political prosecutions of dissidents.

A bill brought by Democrat leaders before a Congressional committee in 2021 aimed to regulate social media companies’ algorithms in an effort to moderate content. The bill would have stripped online platforms from protection under Section 230 if they either intentionally or recklessly used personalized algorithms to moderate content for users in cases where that algorithm materially contributed to physical or emotional harm befalling that person.

In the UK, a law banning anonymous social media accounts was proposed by former Home Secretary Priti Patel. The Cato Institute warned that “such a proposal should concern everyone who values civil liberties.” In the US, anonymous speech is roundly protected by the Supreme Court. In fact, anonymous speech has a long history in the US, going back to the Federalist Papers written by three of America’s founding fathers under the pen name Publius. The Federalist Papers were written to defend the new Constitution and encourage its ratification. It was written by Alexander Hamilton, John Jay and James Madison.

To understand the dangers of digital ID, look no further than Bill Gates.


Gates has his hands deep in the digital ID agenda.

Bill Gates Unveils His Preferred National Digital ID Program

Bill Gates is now pushing the digital ID slavery system for humanity, and the billionaire globalist recommended which platform he prefers.

“850 million people lack ID that proves their identity. As a result, they’re shut out of a lot of services that could change their lives,” Gates said.

“That’s why I’m so excited about MOSIP, an open-source technology that could dismantle barriers worldwide.”

“Proof of identity enables people to fully participate in the economy,” Kanwaljit Singh, Senior Program Officer, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, writes.

If you can’t prove your identity, then you can’t access services.

The idea is to corral humanity into a digital surveillance system.

“Fortunately, a formidable solution has emerged: an open-source, customizable digital ID system called Modular Open Source Identity Platform (MOSIP) that is available to all countries for free,” Singh writes.

Read the full report HERE.

Although they’ll sell digital ID as convenient, for your safety, or national security interests, your data is certainly not safe from criminals.

According to the Hindustan Times, India recently experienced its ‘biggest’ data leak in the country.

An anonymous hacker reportedly breached the digital ID numbers of approximately 815 million Indians, roughly 10% of the world’s population.

Digital ID System Encompassing About 10% Of World’s Population Reportedly Compromised In Data Breach

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