Tulsi Gabbard had always seemed to me like the rare exception to the rule.
Drops out. Endorses Joementia.
Ed? You OK?
It’s looking like Bernie is getting the Democratic nomination taken from him, again. This time it was a little more surreptitious and not quite as brazenly corrupt as last time, but it’s pretty clear from where I stand that a concerted effort was made to “Stop Bernie.”
CNN, reflecting their ongoing bias against Tulsi Gabbard, has decided not to include her in their upcoming series of townhall presentations for New Hampshire. A petition which can be signed in protest can be found here:
Tusli Gabbard is suing Ghoul of Politics Past Hillary Clinton for more than $50 million in damages, after Clinton’s allegation on a podcast with the irrepressible but passé David Plouffe that Gabbard was Russia's chosen candidate to take over the Democratic party (and my assumption: not just the party; she'd take over the country, name herself Supreme Ruler Tulsiskaya Gabbardeva, and then nuke real Americans like Faillary. It's inferred, but I think I'm on the right track.)
Many of the other candidates gave disapproving, but weak statements against Trump's act of war against Iran.
However, Tulsi and Bernie are the only ones who made it clear where they stand.
Can you imagine if Tulsi wore a red pantsuit to the next debate? It would create a Ruskophobia meltdown. The hillbots would be screaming hither and yon about how she's no longer hiding her true allegiances, etc.
And if I were Tulsi, I'd wait about an hour and then have a helper in the audience shout out the number of tweets that mention "Tulsi + Red + Russia" since the debate began.
Hillary is "sowing divisions" in the Democratic Party, and isn't that all that is required to be "proven" as a Russian Asset?
It appears that Hillary doesn't have people intimidated anymore.
Bernie came to Tulsi's defense.
I'll make this short.
... concerted campaign to destroy my reputation. We wondered who was behind it and why. Now we know — it was always you, through your proxies and ...
— Tulsi Gabbard (@TulsiGabbard) October 18, 2019
A very informative interview with Tulsi Gabbard shown below.
She easily outclasses the entire Democratic Field.
I was thinking of using Kim Iversen’s recent video on political positions as a comment for Not Henry Kissinger’s essay on "The Democratic TriParty (Part 1: The Players)." But since his essay is the first of several parts on a more specific topic, this might be too far OT, so I’ve decided to present it on its own. Kim’s video offers some necessary definitions with which we may or may not agree, along with a rational defense of Tulsi’s inherent progressivism.
Will Tulsi qualify for the next debate? That depends on how it's measured.
Since then, Gabbard has shot past the 130,000 donor threshold, and as of Aug. 11, she was sitting at 159,514 individual donors. That took care of one-half of the qualification criteria for the next two debates.
Where Gabbard is seeing some struggles is in the polling numbers. Well, sort of.