Gabbard Urges Americans to Reject Divisive Race Politics: 'We're All God's Children'
'Let us stop the RACIALIZATION of everyone and everything'
Former Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard has urged Americans to reject the so-called progressive “racialization of everyone and everything" and divisive race politics.
Gabbard said in a Twitter video:
“My dear friends, my fellow Americans, please, please let us stop the racialization of everyone, and everything is racialism."
“We are all children of God and are, therefore, family in the truest sense, no matter our race or ethnicity.”
“The mainstream propaganda media and politicians they want us to constantly focus on our skin color and the skin color of others because it helps them politically or financially,” she later added.
“Aloha means respect and love for others. It’s what enables us to see beyond our skin color, and see the soul, the person within.”
Gabbard posted the clip and then wrote:
“Please, let us stop the RACIALIZATION of everyone and everything.”
Please, let us stop the RACIALIZATION of everyone and everything. We are all children of God, and therefore family in the truest sense, no matter our race or ethnicity. This is aloha - love & respect for others. This is what our country & the world need. pic.twitter.com/W8wqqMj1jf— Tulsi Gabbard 🌺 (@TulsiGabbard) April 25, 2021
“We are all children of God, and therefore family in the truest sense, no matter our race or ethnicity,” she added.
“This is aloha — love & respect for others. This is what our country & the world need.”
Last month, Gabbard compared cancel culture to terrorism and likened the leftist woke mobs driving it to Islamic terror groups like "ISIS or Al Qaeda."
Gabbard made the comments during an interview this week on Fox News with host, and former Republican congressman, Trey Gowdy.
"When you look at the foundation of our democracy, it is based on this ideal, this principle of freedom, freedom of speech, freedom for every single one of us to be able to share our ideas and debate them, to argue them, to agree or to disagree, to pick and choose in this marketplace of ideas, those that we deem to be right or wrong to be superior or inferior and even for those ideas that may be misleading or dangerous, that in this free marketplace, we have the right to then defeat those ideas with superior ones,” Gabbard said.
“Cancel culture is the opposite of this, it is exactly the opposite of this foundational principle of our democracy," she added.