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I have to give Tulsi credit. She's an independent, critical thinker - something both parties are lacking.

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Just like AOC, most people couldn't care less what either one of them says or thinks. The only people who take them seriously are those who are addicted to the FOX propaganda network.

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Gabbard is a   female combat veteran but that one thing doesn't necessarily follow the other it seems.   Being the  suspicions of her motives intensified   among liberal activists and journalists, who could not fathom why any self-respecting Democrat would want to do anything BUT   shout Resistance slogans and furiously retweet Russia collusion memes.       


Disturbing to me anyway  because where she's been intimately involved with sensitive, national security issues on variety of committees.    .

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Tulsi Gabbard slams Speaker Pelosi over impeachment delay: 'You can't...make up the rules as you go along'

 

The Democratic presidential candidate voted 'present' on impeachment vote, criticizing the 'partisan process'

 

BY:  Breck Dumas

 

Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (Hawaii) is not impressed with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's decision to delay sending articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump to the Senate.

 

During an interview on Friday, Gabbard — who voted "present" on impeachment, criticizing what she called the "partisan process" on display — said of Pelosi's move, "You can't...make up the rules as you go."

What are the details?

 

Gabbard was asked about Speaker Pelosi's tactic during a sit-down with Hill.TV on Thursday, and responded, "I was surprised to hear that. Look, I think that you can't kind of just shift and change and make up the rules as you go along. If you're going to pursue this process, you've got to let it play out the whole way through."

 

The Democrat from Hawaii condemned "the hyper-partisan nature that we've seen throughout this whole thing," adding, "This is not just on the part of the Democrats — you see on those who are defending Donald Trump, you see a blind loyalty to their party's leader."

 

 

Anything else?

 

Gabbard has remained in the 2020 Democratic primary longer than other rivals despite her overt criticism of her own party even on the debate stage. However, the congresswoman did not qualify for Thursday's presidential debate, and has taken blows from the left for her refusal to vote for the impeachment of President Donald Trump.

 

 

 

 

 


Did not we see a report that Tulsi was close to the Russians. Could she be working for one of the Russian Cos. now trying to reelect Trump?  This could be the same sort of thing Jill S did in 2016.

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Tulsi Gabbard slams Speaker Pelosi over impeachment delay: 'You can't...make up the rules as you go along'

 

The Democratic presidential candidate voted 'present' on impeachment vote, criticizing the 'partisan process'

 

BY:  Breck Dumas

 

Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (Hawaii) is not impressed with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's decision to delay sending articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump to the Senate.

 

During an interview on Friday, Gabbard — who voted "present" on impeachment, criticizing what she called the "partisan process" on display — said of Pelosi's move, "You can't...make up the rules as you go."

What are the details?

 

Gabbard was asked about Speaker Pelosi's tactic during a sit-down with Hill.TV on Thursday, and responded, "I was surprised to hear that. Look, I think that you can't kind of just shift and change and make up the rules as you go along. If you're going to pursue this process, you've got to let it play out the whole way through."

 

The Democrat from Hawaii condemned "the hyper-partisan nature that we've seen throughout this whole thing," adding, "This is not just on the part of the Democrats — you see on those who are defending Donald Trump, you see a blind loyalty to their party's leader."

 

 

Anything else?

 

Gabbard has remained in the 2020 Democratic primary longer than other rivals despite her overt criticism of her own party even on the debate stage. However, the congresswoman did not qualify for Thursday's presidential debate, and has taken blows from the left for her refusal to vote for the impeachment of President Donald Trump.

 

 

 

 

 

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