Liberal Group Publishes Nikki Haley’s Secret Donor List

    A document showing a list of Nikki Haley’s secret donors has surfaced.

    The document shows Haley took money from some of the GOP’s biggest donors — including Paul Singer and Miriam Adelson.

    Money also came from Vivek and Lakshmi Garipalli, who are members of a family who have donated big money to Democrats.

    The donations went to Haley’s nonprofit policy advocacy group, Stand For America.

    Politico reported:

    Many of the GOP’s biggest donors are among those who funneled anonymous contributions to former U.N ambassador Nikki Haley’s nonprofit as she lays the groundwork for a prospective 2024 presidential bid, according to previously unreported tax documents obtained by POLITICO.

    Haley’s nonprofit policy advocacy group, Stand For America, Inc., has received major donations from people including New York hedge fund manager Paul Singer, investor Stanley Druckenmiller, and Miriam Adelson and her late husband, casino mogul Sheldon Adelson, the Internal Revenue Service filings reveal.

    The roster of supporters who gave undisclosed donations in 2019 also includes Suzanne Youngkin, the wife of Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin, himself a possible presidential contender; former Pennsylvania Senate candidate and hedge fund executive David McCormick; and Vivek and Lakshmi Garipalli, members of a New Jersey family that has donated large sums to Democrats — but which gave Haley’s organization $1 million.

    Nikki Haley’s team tried to stop the publication of the story and sent a cease and desist letter to POLITICO over it.

    Nikki Haley called the disclosure a “violation of state & federal law”  and said it was meant to “intimidate conservative donors.”