Gabbard Won't Seek Reelection, Focused On Stopping 'Warmonger' Hillary Clinton

Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, who has been excoriated by the establishment of the Democrat Party, will not seek reelection in her state.
The longshot presidential candidate, who has become a darling for many conservatives, said she is all in on the unlikely chance she gets the Democrat nomination.
“Washington, our country, and the world is in dire need of aloha,” the 38-year-old representative said in a statement.
I'm so grateful to the people of Hawaiʻi for allowing me to serve you in Congress for the last 7 years. Throughout my life, I’ve always made my decisions based on where I felt I could do the most good. In light of the challenges we face, I believe I can... 
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“’Only aloha has the power to heal the divisive wounds in our nation,” she said in the statement of her intentions.

“As President, I will lead with aloha — putting people ahead of profits, putting people ahead of politics, putting the well being of our people and our planet above all else,” she said.
“Our country is so divided, and we live in an increasingly dangerous world. We are ever closer to being sucked into another even more disastrous war in the Middle East (Iran),” Gabbard said.
“Tensions are increasing with other nuclear-armed countries like Russia and China, leading us to a new Cold War and nuclear arms race, pushing us closer to the threat of nuclear annihilation.
“As such, I will not be seeking re-election to Congress in 2020, and humbly ask you for your support for my candidacy for President of the United States,” she said.
Gabbard then appeared on the Fox News show “Hannity” and told host Sean Hannity that she is concerned about the Democrat’s handling of the impeachment inquiry.
“I have long expressed my concern about going through impeachment proceedings in a partisan way because it was only further tear apart an already very divided country,” she said.
Tulsi Gabbard appears on Hannity and criticizes the impeachment inquiry process by saying she doesn’t know what’s going on behind closed doors and that she wants transparency
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“There were areas of concern raised around conversations that happened between Trump and the Ukrainian president, which is why I supported the inquiry.
“I think that inquiry needs to be done in a very narrowly focused way and it must be done transparently,” she said.
“[But] I don’t know what’s going on behind closed. We as members of Congress don’t have access to the information that’s being shared, and I think the American people deserve to know what the facts are and what the evidence is that’s being presented as this inquiry goes on,” she said.
And then she gave her attention to her ongoing feud with the 2016 Democrat presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton.
“You and I disagree on a lot of things, but you and I agree on one very important point and that is that the American people have had enough of Hillary Clinton and her warmongering policies,” she said.
“I want to send a message straight to your viewers – join me, support me, vote for me, contribute to my campaign to finally bring about an end to Hillary Clinton’s warmongering foreign policy and the influence that she’s had for so long on the Democratic Party and the Democratic candidates running for president,” she said.
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