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Tulsi Gabbard, religious and pro-life, leaves the Democratic party

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No discurso, a ex-congressista criticou o enfraquecimento da polícia pregado pelas lideranças democráticas que “protegem criminosos”.

In her speech, the former congresswoman criticized the weakening of the police preached by democratic leaders who “protect criminals”.| Photo: Reproduction / Twitter Tulsi Gabbard, United States presidential candidate in , announced that he will no longer be part of the Democratic Party, through video posted on social media on Monday ().

Gabbard called party leaders “elitist” and “warmongers” ” and criticized the progressive ideology, saying it divides the population, “putting race on all issues”. She further commented that the party spreads prejudice against whites and does a “job to undermine our God-given freedoms”.

In the speech, the former congresswoman criticized the weakening of the police preached by democratic leaders who “protect criminals.” She also invited the population that disagrees with the ideology

woke (often translated as “radical sealing”) “who is taking over the country”, to join her.

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