I’ll tell you what’s incredibly beneficial to our overall cause: making common-sense Democrats (the few that remain) speak out against their party’s radicalization.
These are the most powerful voices, and they speak directly to the people we want to reach: Democrats who haven’t completely lost their minds yet.
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Tulsi Gabbard, a Liberal, is doing just that…and she’s doing it very well.
Tulsi has explicitly declared political “war” on her radical faction, which has gone communist and is forcing this communist “cancel culture” on everyone.
Tulsi has had enough, and she joined Trey Gowdy to tell him that the left’s drive for a cancel culture is no different from what terror groups like ISIS do.
The center of Gabbard’s belief in free speech and conviction that cancel culture is wrong is “based on the idea that we are all children of God,” she said. And once we realize that, we treat each other with dignity and value the independence we have.”
“So, let’s take a step back and ask ourselves, ‘Well… where does this cancel culture bring us?’ “You see the culmination of cancel culture in Islamist terrorist groups like ISIS and Al Qaeda, which essentially go around beheading people they consider to be infidels or heretics in order to silence them — in order to ‘protect’ others from being misled,” she said.
“And so, when we look at cancel culture here at home, we see attempts to cancel or silence those who… they don’t want the people to hear from, those who might offer a different idea than the one that those in control want people to see, hear, or be subjected to,” Gabbard reasoned, adding, “this is the danger of where this road takes us — unless we as individuals stand up against it.”
She also decried the widespread effects of cancel culture: people who have lost jobs, family and friends, popularity, and even “likes on social media” as a result of its “fearmongering” and “bullying.”
“This necessitates us asking ourselves, ‘Who are we trying to please?'” Gabbard was perplexed.
“Life is short, death can come at any moment, and I was happiest — and am happiest — when trying to live my life to please God, to please my best friend,” Gabbard concluded to Gowdy. And so, as I’ve gone through life — particularly in politics, where the media, political rivals, and social media all come at you — I’ve always found peace and power… in knowing that God loves us unconditionally.”
You can see Tulsi’s part about the 4-minute mark in the video below: