Former Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard calls Hillary Clinton a ‘dangerous person’

Former Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard isn’t holding back her thoughts on former Secretary of State and failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s personal visit to India to promote “alternative clean energy” initiatives.

“Look, Hillary, I think, is jealous of Joe Biden,” Gabbard said in an interview with Fox News’ Jesse Waters. “He sees him as the commander-in-chief. I’m surprised because she’s actually channeling her hot ways.

Clinton and Gabbard have had bad blood since 2020, when the former Democratic nominee accused Gabbard, who was seeking the Democratic Party nomination at the time, of being a “Russian asset”, for which Gabbard filed a defamation suit.

Gabbard also added that Clinton’s jealousy of Biden now must also stem from the conflict in Ukraine, as she claimed that “there’s never been a war that Hillary didn’t see that she didn’t love.”

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Be careful when criticizing Clinton

Gabbard didn’t stop at just saying that Hillary Clinton pounces on the misery of others where there is profit to be made. He noted and criticized Clinton’s “joyful cackle” when speaking to the press following the death of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, to which Clinton also quipped “We came, we saw, he’s dead.”

“His desire to be the commander-in-chief that he has long been has nothing to do with ensuring the safety and security of the American people,” Gabbard continued. “It has everything to do with whether he wants to be the one with his finger on the proverbial trigger if there’s going to be a fight.”

Gabbard said Clinton’s visit to India was nothing more than a PR stunt to appear politically relevant on the world stage.

“That’s what makes him such a dangerous character. He feels that he is not responsible to anyone because he is not suffering the consequences.

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Tulsi’s continued battle against the machine

Gabbard testified this week at a congressional hearing on Twitter’s online censorship practices during the 2020 election, specifically banning the shadow of conservative voices and outright removing stories about Hunter Biden’s laptop.

Gabbard spoke out against Big Tech censorship and defended free speech rights as she discussed her challenges running for president in 2020.

“The Big Tech monopoly threat to our democracy is real and serious,” Gabbard said.

“After the first Democratic primary presidential debate in 2019, I was the most searched candidate of the night. Unfortunately and suddenly, my Google Ads account was mysteriously suspended without notice or explanation.”

He added that “our multiple attempts to resolve what may be causing the issue have had no response”.

“These Big Tech monopolies interfere with our democracy by interfering with search results they want the American people to know about a particular candidate or issue.” “It should be for any of us.

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