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Former Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, a Democrat from Hawaii, has never shied away from zinging her own party when she felt it was due — as vice-chair of the Democratic National Committee, her criticism of Hillary Clinton receiving favorable treatment by the party set the stage for both her outspokenness and the pushback she received from within.
In an appearance Monday on “Jesse Watters Primetime,” she blasted the Biden administration for not caring about how their domestic and foreign policy decisions impact the American people, suggesting Team Biden has an “F-you attitude” toward the American people.
Fox News host Jesse Watters set the stage by suggesting that Washington has done a poor job handling events that led up to Russia invading Ukraine, noting that the country is “becoming a graveyard.”
“Because people are being slaughtered,” Watters said. “NATO is now mobilizing. The market is tanking. A recession is looming, and gas prices are now above 4 bucks a gallon. The American people and the Ukrainian people deserve better than this.”
“There is so much devastation and incredible suffering that’s going on in Ukraine right now. The world needs to condemn Putin for his actions,” Gabbard said. “The thing here is that our leaders really have this F-you attitude and they just don’t care.”
“We see this F-you attitude in our domestic policy here at home where they say F-you to parents who are concerned about what their kids are being taught in their schools. F-you to Americans who want to make their own decisions as it relates to their health and COVID,” she said. “Then you see this same attitude and mindset also extending to their decisions on our foreign policy. Basically going in and saying, ‘You know what? This is what we’re going to do — any other country in the world — and there is nothing that anybody can do about it. There is nothing anybody can do to stop us.’ And all of this just points to the fact that they just don’t care.”
Gabbard then explained how U.S. leadership would act if they did care.
“If they did, then before making these decisions, before taking these actions, they would stop and think for more than just a moment about what the ramifications and consequences of those decisions will be,” she added. “Who will they impact the most? How will they impact the American people? The people of these other countries. What will the cost be? Is it worth it? What is our objective and what are retrying to accomplish? Does it serve the best interest of our country? These are the things that they would be considering before they make these decisions and it’s just clear to me that they’re not.”
She concluded by citing Madeleine Albright’s “chilling” reaction in 1996 to U.S. sanctions against Iraq to say that it “exemplified this F-you attitude and lack of care for people.”
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