Tulsi Gabbard Sounds the Alarm About the Establishment Elite, Says They’re Targeting Her

During an interview on Friday with Fox News, former Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard sounded the alarm about the “establishment elite,” highlighting the consequences for people who fail to bow down to their ways.

Gabbard explained that you are either with the elite or you are not and if you’re not, they will slander you, silence you and “demonize you.” Gabbard also explained that they are hungry for more power.

“Yes, this really comes down to the reality, Will, that the American people are facing some incredibly serious challenges,” she said. “And really what we need right now are competent and caring leaders who put the interests of the people and our country above all else. But that’s not what we have. This is a bigger problem than Democrats, Republicans. This is about the establishment elite trying to hold on to their power and continue to increase it. And the mainstream media is a powerful arm of that establishment elite. And it comes down to this.”

“You’re either with them, agreeing with them, supporting them, carrying the water for them, or you’re not you’re either part of their team, or you’re not,” Gabbard added. “And if you’re not, and this is what we’re seeing happening now. It’s what I’ve experienced. Then they will target you censor you, demonize you, and call you a domestic terrorist and sick the attorney general on you, seeing you as a threat to their power and therefore the enemy.”


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