Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton continues to stick her nose in business that is of no concern of hers. That decision keeps backfiring on Clinton, but just as she didn’t learn from her failed campaign, Clinton also has yet to learn that running her mouth does her no favors.
Not only has Clinton accused President Trump of “high crimes and misdemeanors” whilst openly supporting the treasonous impeachment inquiry, but she’s also made 2020 Democrat Tulsi Gabbard her latest target.
Per reports from Fox News, Clinton recently appeared on the Campaign HQ podcast and accused Gabbard of being “groomed” by the Russians. What Clinton wasn’t expecting was for Gabbard to fire back and absolutely annihilate her.
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Clinton’s remarks aren’t new. As a matter of fact, much of what she said were merely repeats of unfounded assertions from CNN and the New York Times. Gabbard also called out those two news organizations during Tuesday night’s fourth Democrat debate.
Despite Gabbard’s service to the nation as a military combat veteran, CNN and the New York Times saw fit to accuse the 2020 Democrat of being an “Assad apologist” and a “Russian asset.” Gabbard censured these claims as absolutely “despicable.”
Clinton’s statements on the Campaign HQ podcast read as follows:
“[The Russians have] got their eye on somebody who is currently in the Democratic primary and are grooming her to be the third-party candidate. […] [Gabbard’s] the favorite of the Russians. They have a bunch of sites and bots and other ways of supporting her so far. […] “
In response to these statements, Gabbard fired back, slamming Clinton as the “queen of warmongers” and the “personification of the rot that has sickened the Democratic Party for so long.” The 2020 Democrat then dared Clinton to enter the 2020 race and not “cowardly hide behind [her] proxies.”
See for yourself:
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At this time, Clinton’s motivations for going after Gabbard are unknown. However, the fourth Democrat debate did highlight some contrasts between both Democrats.
During her time on stage, Gabbard declared that she sees “fellow Americans” and not “deplorables” when she looks at people of various ideologies and political leanings across the nation.
This marks a stark contrast to Clinton’s presidential campaign; when running for office in 2016, Clinton made no bones about referring to Trump-supporting Americans as “deplorables.”
What do you think about Tulsi Gabbard’s response to Hillary Clinton? Do you think Clinton will accept the challenge and enter the 2020 presidential race? Don’t hold back in the comments section down below!