Tulsi Gabbard: Trump cannot ‘pimp out’ our military

Tulsi Gabbard: Trump cannot ‘pimp out’ our military


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    Ke Aka

    I agree not to fight Saudi's war or anyone war. But Sistah Tulsi what I do not agree is to lift sanctions or get back into that agreement that the demcrats devised. From that standpoint you are naive, to think if the sanctions are lifted they will not develop nuclear arms anyway. Don't trust a rat.

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    Mike Adams

    Never again I truly respected her no more just another mouthy woman trying to be in a mans shoes so sad I thought she had class Nope

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    raycut8

    Tulsi Gabbard who pimped you out,,,, Demorats…..Medicare for All. No Wasteful Foreign Wars. Equal rights for All. $15/hr minimum wage.
    You can't get this for free you Idiot's

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    Goalie Redux

    It's now 9/24/19 I haven't seen any pimping yet. Ms. Gabbard. We have a Naval Fleet in Bahrain. Ok to protect them if need be?

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    Goalie Redux

    traviswall you said: "Oh, and most active duty military has her same belief system" do you have any documentation on that and could you please clarify her belief system? Thanks

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    Wolf Mama

    Why did it take forever for Martha McCollum to get your ‘plan’ revealed about renegotiating Iran’s nuclear agreement? Did you just magically make that up in the moment? That should have been the top of your words not taking so much time to tell us all about your oath which in my opinion has wavered lately against your Commander In Chief ultimately the American people and our Constitution.
    I believe you are out of your depth and uncertain —and should drop out of the Presidential race now.

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    Jeff Reisen

    Trump is letting his military leaders do their job to protect problems to stop bad actions like other Presidents who run the show and have no clue just give Iran billions of American dollars and call it a day i served to and shes a joke

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    WILLIAM RUSH

    THIS IS WHAT WITH  HAPPENED IN TURKY WITH 15 SAUDI AND THIS IS THE US HIT AND BLAMED THE IRANIAN  ENEMY;  IT'S  LITTLE SCHOOL GIRL TATIC WHERE SHE MAKES A HIT AND PLAMES THE PERSON SHE DOESN'T LIKE, THEN KEEPS HER ENEMY CLOSE LIKE AN FRIND TILL IT'S CONVENENT TO STAGE ANOTHER TRICK AND BLAME SOMEONE ELSE, DON'T WOORY IT WILL WORK, SOON IT  GO INTO ALL OUT STUPIDITY! IT WILL, DON'T WORRY IT REALLY WILL!!

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    Amit B

    The comment section is swarming with bots and tech-major sponsored trolls to defame and throttle the voice of the most rational, consistent & honest presidential candidate. Tulsi Gabbard is the best ever candidate. If she can deliver even 20% of her promise, it will go down as one of best periods in history.

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    CStan Catherine

    ….Martha, you need to stop talking and interrupting people, it is extremely annoying and rude,……
    You make it the Martha show,as you never come up for air, squinting your eyes at people……like,what’s wrong with you??🤨it’s all about you and framing your opinion behind a so called question😳🤣
    We don’t need your spin, your opinion, we can think for our selves, honestly…..just let the guest talk!!!!!!!
    You are very tedious, I see you and turn the station!!
    Please go to cnn, that I never turn on,you’ll be more comfortable!!

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    Robert W

    When Tulsi was in the service – wonder what she thought of Obama reducing the military fight-power – for soldier to defend – to next to nothing.

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    Joseph DuPont

    Could Tulsi be removed from her command for bad mouthing Trump,her comander in Chief?

    Obama's Military Coup Purges 197 Officers In Five Years

    Defense: What the president calls "my military" is being cleansed of any officer suspected of disloyalty to or disagreement with the administration on matters of policy or force structure, leaving the compliant and fearful.

    We recognize President Obama is the commander-in-chief and that throughout history presidents from Lincoln to Truman have seen fit to remove military commanders they view as inadequate or insubordinate. Turnover in the military ranks is normal, and in these times of sequestration and budget cuts the numbers are expected to tick up as force levels shrink and missions change.

    Yet what has happened to our officer corps since President Obama took office is viewed in many quarters as unprecedented, baffling and even harmful to our national security posture. We have commented on some of the higher profile cases, such as Gen. Carter Ham. He was relieved as head of U.S. Africa Command after only a year and a half because he disagreed with orders not to mount a rescue mission in response to the Sept. 11, 2012, attack in Benghazi.

    Rear Adm. Chuck Gaouette, commander of the John C. Stennis Carrier Strike Group, was relieved in October 2012 for disobeying orders when he sent his group on Sept. 11 to "assist and provide intelligence for" military forces ordered into action by Gen. Ham.

    Other removals include the sacking of two nuclear commanders in a single week — Maj. Gen. Michael Carey, head of the 20th Air Force, responsible for the three wings that maintain control of the 450 intercontinental ballistic missiles, and Vice Adm. Tim Giardina, the No. 2 officer at U.S. Strategic Command.

    From Breitbart.com's Facebook page comes a list of at least 197 officers that have been relieved of duty by President Obama for a laundry list of reasons and sometimes with no reason given. Stated grounds range from "leaving blast doors on nukes open" to "loss of confidence in command ability" to "mishandling of funds" to "inappropriate relationships" to "gambling with counterfeit chips" to "inappropriate behavior" to "low morale in troops commanded."

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    Joseph DuPont

    Dear Editor,

    As much as I have publicly supported Tulsi Gabbard in various letters to the editor,and still think she is the best candidate the Democrats have, she should resign her Commission in the Hawaii National Guard. Obama would have already broken her if she spoke so disrespectfully of him as she has of Trump. For Major Gabbard to say that her Commander in Chief is unfit to be President, that is insubordination. She must decide if she wants to wear a uniform or act as disrespectful as the other Democrat candidates. She can't have it both ways and it about time someone calls her on it.

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