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Tulsi Gabbard is hailed as a progressive champion. But her views on Islam and support for far-right leaders suggest otherwise.
Sanders’s seal of approval shouldn’t be taken as the final word on Tulsi Gabbard. After all, should we really champion a presidential candidate who could easily have been slotted into a Trump cabinet?
originally posted by: Grimpachi
For the first add I have seen from her it is really good. No platform yet, but that can come later because much of the election is a popularity contest. If the person isn't liked then it will go nowhere just look at Hilary.
originally posted by: wdkirk
A Tulsi and Beto DNC ticket would probably unseat the Republicans.
Moderates who lean left and right would find it easy to back this ticket.
However, the DNC is not unified enough to support the winner in the Primaries and Bernie is too old now.
originally posted by: TonyS
a reply to: Xcalibur254
Bernie, really? Another old white male? If you want an old white guy socialist, Bloomberg might be a better choice. But obviously this time around its a person female and of color's turn, like Kamala Harris.