Tulsi Gabbard is a member of the United States House of Representatives for the second district of the State of Hawai’i. She also served for 12 months in the Iraq War and is currently an active member of the Hawaiian National Guard.
She was also, until recently, Vice Chair of the DNC (Democratic National Committee) but after butting heads with DNC Chair, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, she stepped down to endorse Bernie Sanders for President, saying at the time, “As a vice chair of the D.N.C., I am required to stay neutral in democratic primaries, but I cannot remain neutral any longer. The stakes are just too high. That’s why today I’m endorsing Senator Bernie Sanders to be our next president and commander in chief of the United States.”
Yesterday she released a video in advance of Hawai’i State Caucus which takes place this Saturday, March 26. The full video is below this excerpt:
Bernie Sanders voted against the Iraq War. He understand the cost of war. That that cost continues when our Veterans come home.
Bernie Sanders will defend our country and take the trillions of dollars that are spent on these interventionist, regime changing, unnecessary wars and invest it here at home.
The American people are not looking to settle for inches. They are looking for real change.
What I saw in Bernie was a heart of Aloha. No matter who you are or where you come from in this country, we are all in this together.