While we could never vote for her for President Tulsi Gabbard was the only Democrat candidate who was open to an interview with us. And now she’s ended her run for the presidency. What of it there was.
Hawaii Congresswoman Gabbard, who officially jumped into the race in February 2019, never gained traction in national polls and lagged in fundraising. Yet she was the last woman standing in a race that saw a record six female candidates.
Harris never recovered but is still regarded by some as the CPUSA candidate of preference. Young, mixed-race, socialist. That means we should expect to see her jockeying for some important steppingstone in any future Democrat administration or should expect Kamala to get in for the 2024 run. That’ll be starting the day after the 2020 race if you were wondering.
Gabbard got another boost when Queen Helper Bee Hillary implied that Gabbard might be a third-party Russian Sleeper candidate. It gained Gabbard some free earned media (and she is suing Clinton) but it never turned into votes.
And now she’s done.
Back to being just another member of Congress. Ho-hum.
— The Hill (@thehill) March 19, 2020