Ambassador Nikki Haley Warns Russia

At the United Nations, Ambassador Nikki Haley warned Syria, Russia and the rest of the United Nations that the United States is ‘Locked and Loaded’ if there is any more use of chemical weapons by Syria. The United States and Allies carried out precision strikes against chemical plants and storage facilities in Syria. The use of these weapons of mass destruction are not to be to tolerated by a civilized world and the United States is seeing to that. Here is what she said at the UN.

As Written and Reported By Penny Starr for Breitbart: 

Nikki Haley, the United States Ambassador to the United Nations, said Saturday at the second emergency meeting in as many days that the overnight strike against Syrian infrastructure was justified “to deter the use of chemical weapons.”

Haley gave Russia a stern warning about the Syrian regime’s future use of chemical weapons, a warning she said came directly from President Donald Trump.

“I spoke to the president this morning, and he said if the Syrian regime uses poisonous gas again, the United States is locked and loaded,” Haley said.

Saturday’s meeting, like the one that took place on Friday just hours ahead of the strike that took out a research facility, storage bunkers, and other infrastructure that supports Syria’s chemical weapons program, was requested by Russia.

Russian President Vladimir Putin called the strike illegal and “an act of aggression on a sovereign state.”

Russian diplomat Vassily Nebenzia was the first to speak at the meeting at the U.N.’s headquarters in New York City and deemed the strike “hooliganism.” He also called for attacks on Syria to cease.

“The whole world is looking at you,” Nebenzia said. “Take a principled….

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Nikki Haley to Russia on Future Gas Attacks in Syria: ‘The United States Is Locked and Loaded’

 

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