GOP presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy ignited fireworks on the Republican debate stage as he went after former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley over some of her policies.

Ramaswamy accused Haley of taking donor money from Democrats who are funding lawsuits to get former president Donald Trump kicked off the 2024 ballots in some states.

“Now you have Reid Hoffman, the person who’s effectively George Soros, Jr., funding lawsuits across this country against Donald Trump to keep them off the ballot, funding left-wing causes — we discovered this week that he is one of Nikki Haley’s largest supporters,” Ramaswamy said. “Larry Fink, the king of the woke industrial complex, the ESG movement, the CEO of Blackrock, the most powerful company in the world, now supporting Nikki Haley.”

Haley last month proposed that all social media users verify their identities before posting on platforms.

“When I get into office, the first thing we have to do, social media accounts, social media companies, they have to show America their algorithms,” Haley said. “Let us see why they’re pushing what they’re pushing. The second thing is, every person on social media should be verified, by their name. That’s, first of all, it’s a national security threat.

Ramaswamy, while on the debate stage, claimed that Haley’s proposal was directly influenced by her donors.

“It’s after that meeting later that day, that she says that every American needs to be doxxed by having their ID, their government-issued ID tied to what they say on the internet,” Ramaswamy said. “The only person more fascist than the Biden regime now is Nikki Haley, who thinks the government should identify every one of those individuals with an ID. That is not freedom, that is fascism, and she should come nowhere near the levers of power, let alone the White House.”

Florida’s Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis agreed with Ramasawmay, adding that Halley would cave to her big donors if she becomes president.

“And the fact of the matter is, we know from her history, Nikki will cave to those big donors when it counts,” DeSantis said. “And that is not acceptable.”