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Former Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard to Speak at CPAC


Former Democrat Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard will be speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Florida this week.

Other speakers at the conference, which begins on Thursday in Orlando, include former President Donald Trump, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, and former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

Gabbard will be speaking during the Ronald Reagan Dinner on Saturday night, alongside keynote speaker Glenn Beck.

The former congresswoman recently called for Hillary Clinton to be “held accountable” for “undermining our democracy” by allegedly spying on then-President Donald Trump.

“The Durham investigation makes clear that Hillary Clinton and the power elite spied on the Trump campaign and White House, undermining our democracy, launching us into a new Cold War, endangering America and the world. Clinton and her warmongers must be held accountable,” Gabbard tweeted with a clip of her Fox News appearance discussing the matter.

Gabbard also tweeted that “the Durham investigation has shown that the biggest threat to our democracy is not some foreign country, but rather the Power Elite led by the likes of Hillary Clinton and her co-conspirators in the mainstream media & security states who work to undermine our democracy from within.”

Speaking to Jesse Waters on Fox News, Gabbard said “the damage that they did to the American people, our democracy and others around the world is immeasurable.”

“It leads us to this point where we sit today, where we have people who were integral in making this happen, people like [National Security Advisor] Jake Sullivan, shaping our country’s foreign policy,” Gabbard continued, noting that Sullivan was one of the “key voices” in “propagating this lie to the American people.”

Gabbard has also been critical of President Joe Biden for escalating tensions with Russia and the administration’s “open border policy.”

In a tweet in September, Gabbard tagged Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris and wrote “the humanitarian and national security crisis on the southern border is the direct result of your open-border policy.”

Gabbard continued, “as I said in my 2020 presidential campaign, we can’t have a secure nation if we don’t secure our borders.”

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