Friday, January 25, 2019

Some Tweets from Tulsi Gabbard

  •  Pinned Tweet
    We are being torn apart, with divisions that seem too deep to heal. But when we are united in the spirit of love, there is no challenge we cannot overcome. Join me in building a movement for peace to create a bright future for all.
  • No one should be surprised by this. Repealing was just another handout to big corporations & telecom giants. Access to high-speed Internet should be available for all Americans– not just those with the $$ to purchase special access rights.
  • The government is funded for 21 days. Let’s stay focused on what’s most important: Reopen the government, pay Federal employees, and deliver solutions that serve the needs of our people and our country. People before politics.
  • Today, federal workers missed their second paycheck because of the shutdown. These are real people, real lives, & real families who are suffering - why? Because politics. Enough. President Trump:
  • The President's first and most important job is keeping the American people safe. President Trump, stop putting politics before the wellbeing of the people and our country. You're endangering the lives of those you’re supposed to protect.
  • So out of touch. Wilbur Ross & Donald Trump live in the world of the 1/10th of the 1% & have no idea what the real world is like, what it's like to live paycheck-to-paycheck, the extreme hardships over 800,000 federal employees & their families are facing.
  •   Retweeted
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  • The United States needs to stay out of Venezuela. Let the Venezuelan people determine their future. We don't want other countries to choose our leaders--so we have to stop trying to choose theirs.
  • In the morning, Trump promises Kim of North Korea, "We won't wage regime-change war against you." In the evening, Kim watches Trump carrying out regime-change in Venezuela. Kim looks at our actions, not empty promises.
  • I spoke out against Trump’s threats of military intervention in Venezuela in August 2017.