Election 2020

Gabbard Goes After Harris’ Hit Job On Biden — It Was A False Accusation That Biden Is A Racist

Don’t beat me up and I would never support a Democrat at this point in my life, but I do like Rep. Tulsi Gabbard.

Maybe I like her because she is a military veteran and we have to stick together through everything because while in the armed services, nobody knows your political affiliation unless you wear it on your sleeve.

Gabbard isn’t happy with Sen. Kamala Harris, who she believes used the last Democratic Debate to paint former VP Joe Biden in a corner. That corner is a racist corner. I don’t think that I’ve called Biden a racist, ever, but he does race-bait, there’s no doubt about that.

Gabbard, a 2020 Democratic Presidential candidate, swung for the fences on Tuesday, calling out Harris for smearing Biden. The Hawaiian lawmaker said that Joe’s point was lost by his critics who “unfairly misrepresented” them for “cheap political points.”

I think what Tulsi fails to realize is that the Democrats, including the media, have been trying to destroy white men for years. They usually target Republican white men, but when it’s done to their own, then flags go up inside their camp.

Gabbard broke it down via her Twitter timeline today:

(1/3) @ewarren @KamalaHarris Joe Biden did not “celebrate” or “coddle” segregationists. His critics have unfairly misrepresented his important message to score cheap political points. I agree with @ClyburnSC06 and @JoeBiden: for Congress and the president to…”

“(2/3) …get things done for the American people, there needs to be civility in Washington and the country — the ability to work with those who we disagree, even those who hold some views which we abhor. In order for Congress to work for the American people…”

“(3/3) …we need to find common ground with each other. That is not possible without civility. We don’t need another president who is going to continue to divide our country. We need a president who will unite us. United we stand, divided we fall.”

Gabbard even quoted David Axelrod, “I agree with Axelrod. But let’s get real. It wasn’t a “whole thing” — it was a false accusation that Joe Biden is a racist.”

Here’s what Harris said during the debate:

I do not believe you are a racist… but I also believe, and it’s personal, and it was actually hurtful to hear you talk about the reputations of two United States senators who built their reputations and career on the segregation of race in this country.”

After that, Harris brought up the busing situation when she was a little girl for sympathy points.

It’s fun watching these Democrats lose if over who will lose to Trump in the general election. I don’t know what else to say, but I will say that I still like Tulsi.

 

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