Sources in President Donald J. Trump’s NYC office told Real Raw News on Tuesday that he at once reached out to former Hawaii rep. Tulsi Gabbard upon hearing that she had denounced the Democratic Party as an “elitist cabal of warmongers driven by cowardly wokeness, who divide us by racializing every issue & stoke anti-white racism, actively work to undermine our God-given freedoms,” and officially left the Party.
Although Gabbard has not said whether she’ll join the GOP or go Independent, spokespeople in her camp think she will focus on personal ambitions, such as her podcast, before tossing herself back into the political fray.
Nonetheless, President Trump made a congratulatory phone call, telling Gabbard he was pleased she had the courage to abandon a party that “groom children, endorses pedophilia and is working nonstop to undermine the First and Second Amendments of the Constitution, while driving hard-working Americans into bankruptcy.”
Trump called Gabbard a “Republican at heart,” reciting quotes she had made during numerous appearances on Tucker Carlson. “We could really use you,” Trump reportedly told her.
“You know I haven’t gone anywhere and that I’ll be back,” Trump said. “Things you’ve said enrage the Democrats, the liberals, and the Fake News Media, and that’s a good thing, Tulsi, a very good thing.”
Trump’s comments are correct. The Democrat cabal has long excoriated Gabbard for appearing on conservative talk shows and espousing views that diametrically oppose liberal values, which include sex changes for children, gender mutilation, cancel culture, excessive taxation, and abolishing gun rights.
In fact, horseface Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot once said, “Conservatives only listen to her because she’s pretty. If she were ugly, no one would take her seriously. She’s a DINO—Democrat in name only.”
And Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer said of Gabbard, “She’s a surf babe not fit for politics.”
Their strawman aspersions clearly show liberals’ impetus; it’s better to jealously impugn character than find fault in political beliefs.
President Donald J. Trump, however, is focused on Gabbard’s political stance: she is pro First and Second Amendment, she has come to realize that supporting Democrats means supporting a complete and total erosion of the US Constitution, and she understands that Democrats are more than willing to annihilate the country if the elites survive and cling to power–or so she has said.
“Trump told Tulsi there’d be a cabinet position for her, if she’s sincere and wants it, in 2024,” our source said. “He didn’t say which cabinet position but asked her to think long and hard about the opportunity. One thing I know about Trump is, if he makes a promise, he keeps it.”
Our source said Gabbard, though noncommittal, thanked Trump for the call and said she would give his offer proper consideration.
In closing, Gabbard has a major hurtle to overcome: she has in the past aligned herself with the World Economic Forum, a globalist organization. How Trump would handle her ties to the WEF remains an unknown variable.