Who is Tulsi Gabbard? This woman a Democratic representative from Hawaii and one of the presidential candidates. She was in the military for 20 years and was the first Samoan American to ever serve in Congress. Gabbard appeared on the debate stage with all of the top 2020 presidential candidates. Yet, she has also been charged with being a “Russian asset” by this top-level Democrat.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton addressed the Russians campaign to back Gabbard in a “third-party bid,” according to The Washington Post:
‘Hillary Clinton suggests Putin has kompromat on Trump, Russians will back Tulsi Gabbard in third-party bid’
NBC reported that:
‘Several experts who track websites and social media linked to the Kremlin have also seen what they believe may be the first stirrings of an upcoming Russian campaign of support for Gabbard.’
Some people think that Gabbard has been too close to the Russians. Clinton was on a book tour with her daughter Chelsea Clinton, because the two wrote a new book The Book of Gutsy Women when the secretary spoke about Gabbard.
The former senator of New York appeared on a podcast for her 2016 presidential campaign manager David Plouffe. During her interview, she said that she thought the Russians were behind a number of candidates.
Secretary Clinton also considered that the Russians were behind Jill Stein in a third-party Green Party run. There was a 2015 photograph of Trump’s first National Security Adviser, indicted Michael Flynn at a dinner event seated next to dictator Vladimir Putin. Stein was at that same table. Clinton continued:
‘They’re also going to do third-party again. I’m not making any predictions, but I think they’ve got their eye on someone who’s currently in the Democratic primary and are grooming her to be the third-party candidate. She’s the favorite of the Russians. They have a bunch of sites and bots and other ways of supporting her so far.’
Stein captured votes in the three most important states in the 2016 presidential election: Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. Exit polls did not necessarily validate Clinton’s charge.
Clinton then flat-out labeled Stein a “Russian asset:”
‘And that’s assuming Jill Stein will give it up, which she might not because she’s also a Russian asset. Yeah, she’s a Russian asset — I mean, totally. They know they can’t win without a third-party candidate. So I don’t know who it’s going to be, but I will guarantee you they will have a vigorous third-party challenge in the key states that they most needed.’
The secretary suggested that the reason all roads lead to Trump’s pro-Putin position is that the Russians may have “compromising material” on him:
‘I don’t know what Putin has on him, whether it’s both personal and financial. But more than that, there is this bizarre adulation Trump has for dictators and authoritarians. He dreams of being able to order people to do things and make them do it. He has no democratic instincts, really.’
That claim originated with the British spy Cristopher Steele’s speculation in the now-infamous dossier. Thus far, there has been no proof of that. Steele was originally hired by the Republicans to dig up background material on Trump. When POTUS took the primary, Clinton campaign bought it.
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