Former US presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard announced her exit from the Democratic Party on Tuesday, accusing the party of racializing every issue in the country and calling it an “elite of warfighters”.
Gabbard made the announcement in a nearly 30-minute video posted on his social media account, as he attacked the institute for its practices.
Blaming the Democratic Party for anti-white racism, the former representative announced that she could no longer be a member of the party she had been a part of for 20 years.
Tulsi Gabbard said in one, “I cannot live in the Democratic Party of today, now in complete control of an oligarchy of warships driven by cowardly awakenings who divide us by racializing every issue and anti-white racism.” provoke.” The video has been posted on his Twitter handle.
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Gabbard further called on his fellow Democrats to join him and leave the party. However, she has yet to announce any plans regarding her new political associations or joining the Republican Party.
Tulsi Gabbard grew up in Hawaii and ran for the Hawaii Statehouse at the age of 21. Prior to this, she was not politically affiliated in any way. She has been a Democrat for the past 20 years.
Criticizing the Democratic Party for undermining the basic liberties of the people in the country, she said that she believes in a government that is for the people, however, today’s Democratic Party does not stand by these values.
“I believe in a government that is for, by and for the people. Unfortunately, today’s Democratic Party does not. Instead, it stands for a government by, and for the powerful elite. I am calling on my fellow common sense free-minded Democrats to join me in leaving the Democratic Party,” she said in her video.
Notably, Tulsi Gabbard was the first Hindu lawmaker in the US Congress to run for the presidency.
Gabbard also served in a field medical unit of the Hawaii Army National Guard in a war zone in Iraq from 2004 to 2005, and was stationed in Kuwait from 2008 to 2009.
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