Tulsi Gabbard Stuns Dems, Endorses Republican Candidate Kari Lake For Governor Of Arizona

Former Dem Rep Tulsi Gabbard stunned the Dems and their friends in the media and endorsed Kari Lake for governor in Arizona. Lake is the Republican candidate who appears poised for a landslide win.

Mainly because her Dem Dem challenger is refusing to debate the GOP candidate. Voters do not like cowards and tend not to elect them. Tulsi said:

“For too long establishment leaders from both parties have sought to enrich themselves, play games, and build up their power while ignoring and even enabling the suffering of millions of hard-working Americans.

“Kari Lake is a leader who puts people first, is fighting for border security, energy independence, public safety, and other policies that actually make life better and more affordable for the American people. 

“Kari Lake isn’t afraid to call out the warmongering elitist cabal of permanent Washington and the Military Industrial Complex, and their propagandists in the mainstream media. 

“I look forward to supporting @KariLake ahead of these critical midterm elections.

Asked why she was backing the GOP candidate in the New Hamshire Senate race, Gabbard said: 

“I’m an independent, and I’ve laid out the reasons why today’s Democratic Party, that is controlled by fanatical ideologues, that stands against freedom, why it’s a party I can no longer be associated with.

“I’m here campaigning with Don Bolduc because I know he’s committed to putting country and the American people first, and I think that more politicians more people running for office would be smart to do the same.

“I think it makes every bit of sense when you look at two people who’ve dedicated our lives to serve our country, both in uniform and now in public office.

“It makes every sense when you look at the things, the fundamental foundational things that we share in common, which is the constitution, it’s freedom. It’s the Bill of Rights. It’s taking care of serving the needs of people here in New Hampshire and across the country,” she said.