Tulsi Gabbard: Democrat Losses in Virginia ‘a Victory for All Americans’
Former Democratic congresswoman cheers McAuliffe loss, slams Dem establishment
Former Democratic congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard has hailed this week's Democrat losses in Virginia as "a victory for all Americans."
In the aftermath of Republican Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin's victory in Virginia over Democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe, Gabbard celebrated the results on Twitter.
"McAuliffe’s loss is a victory for all Americans," Gabbard, a former Democrat presidential candidate, tweeted.
"Why? Because it was a resounding rejection of efforts to divide us by race, the stripping of parental rights, and arrogant, deaf leaders," she explained.
"This benefits us all,” Gabbard concluded.
McAuliffe’s loss is a victory for all Americans. Why? Because it was a resounding rejection of efforts to divide us by race, the stripping of parental rights, and arrogant, deaf leaders. This benefits us all.— Tulsi Gabbard 🌺 (@TulsiGabbard) November 3, 2021
Gabbard has had no misgivings attacking the upper echelons of the Democrat regime.
In October, she slammed the Biden administration, saying:
The faith and trust that the American people need to have in our leaders is dropping every day.
The Department of Homeland Security Secretary recently told Congress our borders are secure.
This is what he said, this kind of bold-faced lie whether it has to do with domestic issues or foreign policy issues.
"We’ve seen this with Afghanistan and the tragically botched withdrawal of our troops and Americans out of Afghanistan, when people are being lied to, the American people are being lied to, it is revealing of the arrogance, and the self-serving nature of leaders who are in power in this country,” she continued.
"And the disrespect, the disrespect that they have for the American people, and it’s why people are losing faith and trust in those leaders.
"If we have leaders who respect the people, then the people will respect our leaders.
"If we have leaders who trust the American people, we will trust our leaders.
"And that’s the problem here is we don’t have leaders who have that trust and respect and who therefore put themselves ahead of the interests of the people.”
Gabbard has attacked the elitism of Democrats as recently as September.
When she was asked about special counsel John Durham’s criminal investigation into the origins of the Russia probe, Gabbard slammed the Democrats' "power elite."
Fox News's Bret Baier asked Gabbard for her “thoughts as we’re starting to get this Durham investigation and what that means?”
"Confirms what I’ve known to be true, which is that you have the power elite, people like Hillary Clinton, those around her working with the media, the deep state in order to bring down the destruction and downfall of anyone that they deem to be a threat to their power,” Gabbard said.
"Outsiders, people like me, people like Donald Trump, doesn’t matter, Democrat or Republican, if they identify, hey, this is someone who’s not going to toe the line, this is someone who’s not going to follow kind of the establishment way of things that are accepted, they pose a threat and we will do, they will do all they can to silence or censor or cancel what they view to be a threat, and so this is bigger than than about me or Trump or anyone else.”
She added, “This is actually a threat to our country and our democracy the arrogance that these people have in thinking they have the right to manipulate the American people, what they view, what they hear, what they see, all to preserve their own selfish interest, not caring at all about the impact on the country, the impact of the American people or who gets hurt along the way.”
In January, Gabbard slammed the Democratic Party after the party decided to remove gendered language from the House of Representatives.
Asked whether the move empowered women, she responded:
It absolutely does the very opposite of that, and it’s the height of hypocrisy for people who claim to be the champions of rights for women to deny the very biological existence of women, and this recent rule change that the House just actually voted and passed on today that you were talking about, removing references to, you know, mothers and fathers, brothers and sisters, sons and daughters, from congressional rules and administration, it’s mind-blowing because it shows just how out of touch with reality and the struggles of everyday Americans people in Congress are.
But also, it shows that, you know, their first act as this new Congress could have been to make sure that elderly Americans are able to get the COVID vaccine now alongside frontline health care workers, elderly Americans who have the highest mortality rates from this virus, but instead of doing something that could actually help save people’s lives, they’re choosing instead to say, well, you can’t say mother or father in any of this congressional language.