Tulsi Gabbard on The WEF, Elon Musk, Woke Politics & Her 2020 Presidential Campaign – Ask Dr. Drew
Former Congresswoman, veteran, 2020 Presidential candidate, and host of new society & culture podcast “The Tulsi Gabbard Show” joins Dr. Drew for a LIVE conversation on censorship, cancel culture, integrity, and her future in politics.
“Republican or Democrat, I don’t care – just do your job,” says Tulsi Gabbard, a former Congresswoman who ran as a Democrat in the 2020 Presidential Election but later announced that she was leaving the party due to its anti-police and anti-religion rhetoric. Tulsi speaks widely on her opposition to “woke” medical authorities, her support of the 2nd Amendment, and how her former party is “now under the complete control of an elitist cabal of warmongers driven by cowardly wokeness.”
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More about Tulsi Gabbard: Former Congresswoman and 2020 Presidential candidate, Tulsi Gabbard, is a combat veteran with deployments to the Middle East and Africa. She currently serves as a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserves working as a Civil Affairs Officer.
Tulsi first served in elected office in the Hawaii State House of Representatives when she was 21 years old. Due to the attacks on 9/11, she enlisted in the Army National Guard. In 2004, she gave up an easy re-election campaign and volunteered to deploy to Iraq with the 29th Brigade Combat Team where she served in a medical unit.
After returning home in 2006, Tulsi worked in the U.S. Senate as a legislative aide to the late Senator Danny Akaka, who was Chairman of the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee. She then volunteered for a second Middle East deployment as a Platoon Leader.
Having experienced firsthand the true cost of war, Tulsi ran for United States Congress at age 31, vowing to honor the lives and sacrifice of her brothers and sisters in uniform. She prevailed in a difficult election and went on to serve in Congress for eight years as a member of the Armed Services, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs Committees. Foregoing a run for re-election to Congress, she ran as a Presidential candidate in the Democratic Party in 2020.