Tulsi Gabbard out of the Democratic Party, said The former US presidential candidate lashed out at the Democratic Party
for being for him for the powerful elite and not for the people. Former US presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard,
the first Hindu-American to run for the White House in 2020, on Tuesday announced her exit from the Democratic Party
ahead of next month's midterm elections. In the 29-minute video, Gabbard accused the party of racializing the issue in the country
as an elite of warfighters. The former US Congresswoman was a member of the party for nearly 20 years.
Gabbard said in the video that today's Democratic Party can no longer be in complete control of an elite group
control of an elite group of cowardly warlords inciting anti-white racism by racially dividing every issue.
Today's Democrats weaponize the state of national security to go after political opponents who believe
in open borders. Above all, the Democrats are taking us closer to nuclear war. Tulsi Gabbard was the first Hindu American to be elected
from Hawaii to the US House of Representatives in 2013, later being elected four times in a row. She was the first Hindu
to run for President in the US Congress in 2020. Gabbard also served in the Hawaii Army National Guard's
Field Medical Unit in combat zones in Iraq from 2004 to 2005. He was posted to Kuwait from 2008 to 2009.