We’re going to have another peace candidate in the Democratic debates:
“Rep. Tusli Gabbard (D-Hawaii) announced on Twitter that 65,000 people have donated to her presidential campaign, meaning she is now eligible to participate in the June Democratic primary debates.
Details: Gabbard claims she has not accepted any PAC donations. If more than 20 candidates meet the 65,000 donation qualification, they may have polling qualifications to meet later.”
Tulsi is great on foreign policy.
While I don’t agree with her on lots of subjects, I am looking forward to seeing her voice in the upcoming Democratic debates. Sorry Boomers and neocons, the Cold War ended in 1991!
Thank you! I’m extremely grateful that over 65,000 of you have now donated to our campaign, ensuring our voice will be heard in the upcoming debates. For a small campaign that doesn’t accept PAC money, I knew we had to rely fully on the power of the people. Aloha & Mahalo! pic.twitter.com/Uw303e2JUh
— Tulsi Gabbard (@TulsiGabbard) April 10, 2019
Netanyahu and Saudi Arabia want to drag the United States into war with Iran, and Trump is submitting to their wishes. The cost in money and lives will be catastrophic. pic.twitter.com/7GbO92sE3h
— Tulsi Gabbard (@TulsiGabbard) April 9, 2019
Tulsi has gotten progressively adamant in her criticisms of the Israel Lobby https://t.co/9VFVojhpdZ
— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) April 9, 2019
Note: Tulsi has also been getting some held from disaffected White populists. We strongly believe in putting Humanity First and avoiding destructive regime change wars.