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Tulsi Gabbard is finding support from other Demcocrat outsiders.

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posted on Oct, 22 2019 @ 12:41 PM
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Tulsi Gabbard is finding support from other Demcocrat outsiders.

pjmedia.com...


When Hillary Clinton launched a vicious attack against Democratic congresswoman and presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard, she undoubtedly thought that doing so could destroy Tulsi's campaign... and possibly even her career. The reason for Hillary's hatred towards Tulsi was clear from the get-go. As Tulsi herself explained on Tucker Carlson Tonight, she is against everything Hillary represents. She's against regime-change wars. She's against a new arms race. She's an outsider -- a veteran -- rather than a career politician.



Marianne Williamson has said this



The Democratic establishment has got to stop smearing women it finds inconvenient! The character assassination of women who don’t toe the party line will backfire. Stay strong @TulsiGabbard . You deserve respect and you have mine.


That article then has this to say

''This is quite a sight to behold. Democratic women are -- correctly and rightfully! -- pointing out that the supposed "feminism" of the Democratic Party is nothing but a sham. They aren't women-friendly, they're establishment-friendly. And "feminism" is nothing but a tool for them to get some extra votes. It isn't heartfelt, it isn't something they actually believe in.


Bernie Sanders himself has spoken out on Clinton's intrusion into the workings of the 2020 campaign scene.


"Tulsi Gabbard has put her life on the line to defend this country," Sanders said in a tweet Monday. "People can disagree on issues, but it is outrageous for anyone to suggest that Tulsi is a foreign asset."


www.usatoday.com...

Many of us have been waiting for a Democrat to stand up to the Clinton Machine. We had hope in Sanders in 2016 but when Sanders was sliced out of the cake despite massive support among the Democrat base he threw his support behind Clinton, though that support did not equate to his supporters doing the same .

But now, with Clinton's sling at Gabbard, this dispute and revolution within the Democrat Party might be coming out in the open. Here is another point about Gabbard and why I think she is worthy of our support.


"She knows she can't control me," Gabbard told the Des Moines Register on Saturday. "She knows that if I'm the nominee, if I become president, she can't have any influence or any control over the kind of foreign policy I would lead our country in. Both her and her proxies and the foreign policy establishment."


I like that a lot. Could Gabbard be the first nail in the coffin of the 30 year Clintonian Infestation ?




posted on Oct, 22 2019 @ 12:47 PM
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Terry I applaud you


Now you are a republican, welcome.

the republicans have known and been saying this for YEARS!!

(was not meant as an insult, honest)



posted on Oct, 22 2019 @ 12:51 PM
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a reply to: TerryMcGuire

Tulsi seems to stand up for what she believes in.

She gave up her vice chair position at the DNC to endorse Bernie after he got screwed. We saw in the aftermath many in the shot calling positions of the DNC were willing to load the deck for a corporate shill suggesting wall street and politicians "should have a public and private stance".

Tulsi isn't going to get the nomination. But she is one of the more solid candidates. It would behoove the DNC to distance themselves from Clinton's toxicity, and unilaterally expell her from the conversation.



posted on Oct, 22 2019 @ 12:56 PM
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Funny, the only thing that will end Trumps career would be if the Dems stopped playing the man and started to play good politics
If thenDems gave up all this impeachment crap and offered decent policy, logical and valid policy, showed they had a plan.

And the crazy thing, Trump pretty much won on the Mexican wall policy, just one policy. I don’t know if the Dems have any outside of impeach Trump at the moment

Tuli could be the game changer
Wouldn’t that be funny

Hilary, living poison, stench of death



posted on Oct, 22 2019 @ 01:00 PM
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originally posted by: CriticalStinker
a reply to: TerryMcGuire

Tulsi seems to stand up for what she believes in.

She gave up her vice chair position at the DNC to endorse Bernie after he got screwed. We saw in the aftermath many in the shot calling positions of the DNC were willing to load the deck for a corporate shill suggesting wall street and politicians "should have a public and private stance".

Tulsi isn't going to get the nomination. But she is one of the more solid candidates. It would behoove the DNC to distance themselves from Clinton's toxicity, and unilaterally expell her from the conversation.


Or, she might. As I look at that race now, I see Biden stumbling over his own feet and Sanders with a recent surge from the endorsements from the more radical in the party. Warren is up there but to me she seems more of an adviser type than an actual potus. As well, at this point all the others seem to just be swarming around in the middle somewhere with this one or that one rising and falling in the general current of things.

This outspoken rift between Clinton and Gabbard will either go away and it will be business as usual OR it will fester and others will have to take sides. If that happens it will be interesting to see who of the front runners will through their support to Gabbard once the convention arrives. As I have been suggesting for a while now, that convention could be a real whoop.



posted on Oct, 22 2019 @ 01:01 PM
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a reply to: Raggedyman

it's humorus the left/democrats/progressives on ATS say "cult45"

yet I have not seen the anguish the left had for Clinton's loss EVER

It's even worse then Obama.



posted on Oct, 22 2019 @ 01:03 PM
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I actually think that Tulsi Gabbard would do pretty well as president, better than any of the other Democratic candidates. She should run on the Republican ticket, because I can't vote for her because I will never again vote for another Democratic presidential candidate after seeing all the BS going on with the high democrats these days.

I know she has not got a chance of getting voted in, but the only way the Democrats will have a chance in the next election if they do not have waters or most of the other Democratic candidates on the ticket.

I will still vote for congressmen of both parties, but never again a Democratic presidential candidate, actually I formed my opinion months before the last election but am stout to never vote Democrat for president again after seeing what happened after Trump was elected in November of that year. Our governor is stubborn with wanting to have a 45 cent added gas tax, but that is because she is a stubborn woman, not because she is Democratic. Not all women are stubborn like her, but some are, their way or no way....maybe she will settle down after getting put down by the people and our representatives enough time.



posted on Oct, 22 2019 @ 01:06 PM
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a reply to: TerryMcGuire



''This is quite a sight to behold. Democratic women are -- correctly and rightfully! -- pointing out that the supposed "feminism" of the Democratic Party is nothing but a sham. They aren't women-friendly, they're establishment-friendly. And "feminism" is nothing but a tool for them to get some extra votes. It isn't heartfelt, it isn't something they actually believe in.

that is quite a quote
thought provoking
who are they looking out for?



posted on Oct, 22 2019 @ 01:10 PM
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a reply to: thedigirati

Didg, I have been a registered Republican since the late 70s and only changed my registration in 16 so I could vote against Clinton in the primaries. Whether or not she or Trump would have been worse for the country will now go without proof either way but for me, the only way we can hope for a better choice in 2020 is by ending the Clinton blight.



posted on Oct, 22 2019 @ 01:20 PM
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a reply to: rickymouse


I actually think that Tulsi Gabbard would do pretty well as president, better than any of the other Democratic candidates. She should run on the Republican ticket, because I can't vote for her because I will never again vote for another Democratic presidential candidate after seeing all the BS going on with the high democrats these days.


I understand Ricky, yet if she could win the nomination it would be over the corpse of that high level BS. My question is do we or do we not want the total destruction of the Dem Party. At this point I see that both sides see the other side as monolithic and while this may be so on the surface I don't believe it to be true on the deeper levels.

Myself, I don't want to see either party demolished. Should one be and the other remain that winner could easily turn monolithic though out as even the pretense of two parties is better than no pretense at all and we fall to a one party system through out.

As I see it the Rs have found their strongman and if that goes unchallenged we may never emerge. The Ds found a strong couple or rather that couple found the Ds and we are very fortunate that even now after 30 years of them there is finally a chance to rid ourselves of them. So Go Tulsi go.



posted on Oct, 22 2019 @ 01:30 PM
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a reply to: shooterbrody

Yes it is indeed. I think who they are looking out for is the Establishment friendly. I think the article fleshes out that idea a bit further.

For me, the battle is against the established power structures that were developed over the last thirty or fifty years that were developed to deal with events and pressures of those times. Those established tools are now way out of date and need to be re-evalutated and both parties need to toss off those entrenched ways of dealing with issues.

It's not that I am against many conservative political stances but more it's is that I believe that the revolution in the Republican party was co-opted by a con-man who found his chance to step in and take it over squelching the real revolution within the party.


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(post by TheGreatWork removed for a manners violation)

posted on Oct, 22 2019 @ 02:43 PM
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originally posted by: TerryMcGuire
But now, with Clinton's sling at Gabbard, this dispute and revolution within the Democrat Party might be coming out in the open. Here is another point about Gabbard and why I think she is worthy of our support.

She's way, way too far left for me - the fact that she endorsed Bernie in 2016 is proof of that.

That said, I'd be much more comfortable with her than any of the others - and in fact, I think she's the only dem running right now that has even half a chance against Trump.



posted on Oct, 22 2019 @ 02:50 PM
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a reply to: tanstaafl

She's too far left and wrong about too much to ever win, but I feel she's probably the only one of the crop who would lose with some semblance of dignity.



posted on Oct, 22 2019 @ 02:50 PM
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I like Tulsi's spirit, but not her policies.

Specifically the 2nd.



posted on Oct, 22 2019 @ 03:21 PM
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a reply to: TerryMcGuire

I like her because she brings a peaceful presence, with a leadership disposition.
I checked her positions, I don't agree with a lot of them, but she seems reasonable and flexible.
She is the only chance the DEMS have. I have believed this for a while.
Could you imagine the support she would receive from center Democrat Party if she would denounce
impeachment for Trump? She would have so much support that the DNC couldn't do anything about it,
just like the RNC couldn't do anything about Trump.


I still believe Trump will win the next election, but if he didn't I would definitely prefer he lose to her than
any of the others.



posted on Oct, 22 2019 @ 03:39 PM
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a reply to: TheGreatWork

Michael Kives is the one that sent Tulsi that email.




Kives has long been a link between the worlds of DC politicos and Hollywood stars.



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posted on Oct, 22 2019 @ 04:38 PM
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originally posted by: TerryMcGuire
Tulsi Gabbard is finding support from other Demcocrat outsiders.

pjmedia.com...


When Hillary Clinton launched a vicious attack against Democratic congresswoman and presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard, she undoubtedly thought that doing so could destroy Tulsi's campaign... and possibly even her career. The reason for Hillary's hatred towards Tulsi was clear from the get-go. As Tulsi herself explained on Tucker Carlson Tonight, she is against everything Hillary represents. She's against regime-change wars. She's against a new arms race. She's an outsider -- a veteran -- rather than a career politician.



Marianne Williamson has said this



The Democratic establishment has got to stop smearing women it finds inconvenient! The character assassination of women who don’t toe the party line will backfire. Stay strong @TulsiGabbard . You deserve respect and you have mine.


That article then has this to say

''This is quite a sight to behold. Democratic women are -- correctly and rightfully! -- pointing out that the supposed "feminism" of the Democratic Party is nothing but a sham. They aren't women-friendly, they're establishment-friendly. And "feminism" is nothing but a tool for them to get some extra votes. It isn't heartfelt, it isn't something they actually believe in.



Bernie Sanders himself has spoken out on Clinton's intrusion into the workings of the 2020 campaign scene.


"Tulsi Gabbard has put her life on the line to defend this country," Sanders said in a tweet Monday. "People can disagree on issues, but it is outrageous for anyone to suggest that Tulsi is a foreign asset."


www.usatoday.com...

Many of us have been waiting for a Democrat to stand up to the Clinton Machine. We had hope in Sanders in 2016 but when Sanders was sliced out of the cake despite massive support among the Democrat base he threw his support behind Clinton, though that support did not equate to his supporters doing the same .

But now, with Clinton's sling at Gabbard, this dispute and revolution within the Democrat Party might be coming out in the open. Here is another point about Gabbard and why I think she is worthy of our support.


"She knows she can't control me," Gabbard told the Des Moines Register on Saturday. "She knows that if I'm the nominee, if I become president, she can't have any influence or any control over the kind of foreign policy I would lead our country in. Both her and her proxies and the foreign policy establishment."


I like that a lot. Could Gabbard be the first nail in the coffin of the 30 year Clintonian Infestation ?


Seriously we saw it in 2016 and since HRC stepped aside in 2008 she damn well expected Bernie and others to do the same to the detriment of the DNC. LOL it lead to Trumps election and will likely again if they choose her as a dancing partner.




posted on Oct, 22 2019 @ 04:45 PM
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a reply to: TerryMcGuire

Tulsi and Hillary are both friends. Hillary devised a plan to get support from the other side to elect tulsi.

A good plan who falls for this BS!
edit on 22-10-2019 by mekhanics because: (no reason given)




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