MAGA Twitter Gives Praise to Tulsi Gabbard for Her Peaceful Foreign Policy

Ann Coulter, Mike Cernovich, and Cassandra Fairbanks are among the MAGA influencers praising Tulsi Gabbard


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Many of the most prominent figures that helped elect President Donald Trump have been praising Democrat presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard, largely because of her peaceful foreign policy.

“It’s really astounding that Tulsi is the only Democrat running frontally and unambiguously as anti-war,” Ann Coulter told BuzzFeed, calling the Democrats “as relentless a war party as the Republicans at their worst. Only more feckless.”

Coulter also tweeted “Go, Tulsi” after Gabbard fiercely attacked Tim Ryan for his stance on leaving American soldiers in Afghanistan. Asked whether she would consider voting for Gabbard in the Democrat primary in the general election, Coulter answered “possibly both.”

Journalist Cassandra Fairbanks, a former Bernie supporter turned Trump supporter in 2016, has also been championing Gabbard on Twitter.

“I intend to vote for her in the primary, because even if I don’t end up voting for her in the general election I would prefer two candidates with instincts against senseless wars than risking a neoliberal winning,” Fairbanks told Culttture. “Too early to decide for the general, it depends on if Bolton and Pompeo last in the administration — as well as what happens with Julian Assange. Allowing a publisher to be tried under the espionage act is unacceptable to me.”

MAGA Mindset author Mike Cernovich has also spoken positively of Gabbard.

“It’s hard to explain but she has a good energy, a certain dignity to her that’s absent in the rest of the field,” Cernovich told BuzzFeed. ” “I think a lot of people would vote for her over Trump. MAGA people.”

Gabbard won the Drudge Report poll last night that asked readers to vote for the winner of the first Democrat debate. She has made several appearances on Tucker Carlson’s Fox News show.


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