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News Story Source: https://www.lewrockwell.com, By Tim Black
Tulsi Gabbard, the Democratic Congresswoman from Hawaii and, since February, Democratic presidential candidate, is highly unlikely to win the Democratic nomination. She has been polling in single digits, well behind the trio of frontrunners: former US vice-president Joe Biden, and senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.
Yet the Democratic establishment and its media cheerleaders seem to have become fixated on her. She annoys them. She riles them. And it's not just because of her ambivalence towards identity politics and the other aspects of her Sanders-style progressivism – indeed, she endorsed Sanders in 2016, much to the chagrin of the Democratic establishment at the time. No, it's also because of her uncompromising opposition to the 'counterproductive regime-change wars' pursued with such ignorant zeal by the likes of Democratic grandee Hillary Clinton. It's because of her willingness to question the narratives that have justified Western
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