Tulsi Gabbard, Bullied Out by the DNC, Should Summon the Courage to Whistleblow on Phony Democrats

Following the first presidential debate on June 26th, Tulsi Gabbard was the most searched candidate on Google. She was, at that time, a credible Democratic Party candidate. Almost immediately after, her Google Ads account was suspended without warning. This resulted in a lawsuit alleging that Google used its influence to “silence” Gabbard, who missed out on campaign donations as a result. Prior to the third debate on September 12, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) sent a memo to all the campaigns saying they had changed their debate qualification process. This memo set a deadline of August 28th to reach 130,000