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Former presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard was subsequently expelled from Washington fellow Democratsincluding Hillary Clinton, named her for alleged connections Russia – which made the former Democratic congresswoman ask why no one thought about the accusation in the new episode Fox Nation “Tucker Carlson today».
“It has never been questioned,” she said. “Nobody asked, they say, where is your evidence of this?”
As a U.S. Army reserve officer, Gabbard wondered how the American people could believe a story that disgraces an incumbent Congressman on the Armed Forces Committee who “wears our country in uniform” and put his life “at stake” for our country.
“You are making the most serious accusation that could be made,” she said. “Where’s the proof?”
Gabbard clarified how politicians and the media are expected to follow the agenda of the left, otherwise facing the consequences of the repeal as she has since she put her hat in the 2020 presidential ring.
“It points to some kind of culture Washington“- she said. – It’s a team spirit – you’re either on our team or not. You follow the line of the party or the company or not. And if you dare to challenge, if you dare to question, if you dare to tell the truth about what is happening – the problems we are facing – I think that is where you see such a shift. “
“Shift?” Tucker emphasized. “With your signature understatement – yes, shift!”
Gabard compared the closest circle of politicians and journalists to the “popularity contest”, explaining that they are primarily focused on image, not on their main responsibilities to represent their constituents and tell the truth.
“We know very well that culture is not acceptable in Washington,” she said. “Because if you do these things and you go against what people think is cool, or what the narrative of the day is dictated by the ruling elite … then you immediately become an outcast, you become different.”
“You are smeared, or even silenced and censored. And I had more than in the front row for that, ”Gabbard concluded.
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