Let Tulsi Speak For Tulsi

I make no bones about it I support Rep. Tulsi Gabbard for the Dem nomination for the 2020 election.

Since the MSM tries to do a hatchet job on her with every chance…..her latest interview on MSNBC was a typical hatchet job….she was asked about her visit with Syria’s Assad….all the interviewer wanted was to make damn sure to let the viewers know that she met with Assad.

Plus I ask why if it is all that important was this same group of toads not asked the ones that visit Saudi Arabia these same questions…not only to the Saudis crap on their own people but also continue to commit war crimes in Yemen along with the buddies the UAE. Not one of the so-called liberal cowards are asked these types of questions.

I think a re-post of an interview that Tulsi gave to the “American Committee on East-West Accord” might be helpful to people wanting to learn more about Tulsi and her stands.

“This,” continued Gabbard, “is a betrayal of the American people, especially the victims of Al Qaeda’s attack on 9/11 and their families, first responders, and my brothers and sisters in uniform who have been killed or wounded in action and their families. For the President, who is Commander in Chief, to act as the protective big brother of al-Qaeda and other jihadists must be condemned by every Member of Congress.” I spoke to Gabbard earlier this week about her opposition to Trump’s Syria policy.

James W. Carden: In June you and Republican Congressman Walter Jones introduced HR 922, the No More Presidential Wars Resolution, which would both define presidential wars not declared by Congress under Article I, section 8, clause 11 as impeachable “high crimes and misdemeanors” as well as prohibit the president from perpetuating ongoing wars or from supplying, among other things, war materials, military troops, military intelligence, and financial support without first receiving congressional authorization.While the policy of attacking Syria clearly fails on a moral, legal, and consequentialist grounds, it also will likely backfire on realist grounds. What is your view in terms of who would benefit and who would suffer from a US-led attack on Syria?

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2 thoughts on “Let Tulsi Speak For Tulsi

  1. Better to meet with Assad, than to send troops to try to depose him.
    Let’s not forget, that whatever is said about him, Syria is a sovereign country that has a right to pretty much do what it likes within its own borders, whether some westerners like that or not.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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