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Tulsi Gabbard Censored on Social Media After Spat with Hillary Clinton

Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard isn’t the pick for most conservatives in 2020, but the Democratic presidential candidate is receiving unexpected support after she called out Hillary Clinton for exactly what she is.

Shortly after Gabbard’s appearance at the fourth Democratic primary debate on CNN, Clinton alleged she was being co-opted by the Russian government. Clinton didn’t refer to Gabbard by name, but it was clear who she was talking to. Tulsi didn’t take that well.

In no uncertain terms, Gabbard slammed Clinton as the “queen of warmongers,” referring for her support of various foreign interventions which have destabilized the Middle East. If you removed her name from the tweets, you might have thought they were penned by President Donald Trump himself.

Democrats aren’t really allowed to break rank like this. Despite losing presidential elections twice, Hillary still has a lot of pull with the liberal establishment. Now, we’re not suggesting that Clinton herself is squashing traffic to Gabbard’s social media pages, but it does seem fishy that all of these things are happening so close with one another.

Here’s Steven Crowder with more.


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