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Tulsi Gabbard Calls Out Hillary Clinton And Mitt Romney For 'Baseless Smear'


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In her opening remarks at the House Weaponization of the Federal Government hearing, former Rep. Tulsi Gabbard slammed the accusations she allegedly received from those including Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

The Weaponization of the Federal Government: The Threat of Big Tech Monopolies

In recent years, there has been growing concerned about the role that big tech companies such as Google, Twitter, and Facebook play in our democracy. The controversy surrounding these companies has only increased in the wake of the 2020 Presidential election, as questions continue to linger about the influence these companies had on the outcome of the election and the information that was presented to the American public.

This concern was echoed in the recent House Weaponization of the Federal Government hearing, where former Representative Tulsi Gabbard took center stage to voice her own experiences and concerns about the power these big tech companies wield. In her opening remarks, she slammed the accusations that she had received from individuals like Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Gabbard's story highlights the threat that big tech monopolies pose to our democracy. She shared her own experience of her Google ads account being mysteriously suspended during the first Democratic primary presidential debate in 2019. 

Despite multiple attempts to resolve the issue, her account was only reinstated with no explanation or apology. This type of interference is not isolated to Gabbard and has happened to other candidates running for various offices, including Joe Kent running for Congress in Washington State.

The potential for big tech companies to manipulate search results and interfere in elections is a serious and real concern. This was made clear in the recent release of the Twitter files, which showed that high-level former FBI and CIA officials were behind the Hamilton 68 project. 

This project was widely cited as fact by mainstream news organizations and institutions like Harvard and Stanford, and its list of 644 social media accounts supposedly linked to Russian influence activities online was widely used. However, it was later determined that the vast majority of accounts on this list were not "strongly Russian" or "strongly Bots," but rather were anti-establishment American voices from across the political spectrum, including Gabbard herself.

These false accusations have serious consequences, as evidenced by the elderly woman who approached Gabbard at a campaign event in South Carolina, asking if she was working for Putin. Recently, Senator Mitt Romney accused Gabbard of treason, a crime that is punishable by death. This type of serious accusation requires evidence to back it up, but there was no response, explanation, or evidence provided.

For someone who wears a uniform, such as Gabbard, these accusations carry a heavy weight. Service members and veterans make a decision at some point in their lives to raise their right hand, volunteering to lay their life down for their country. For them, these false accusations are not just political rhetoric, but a serious matter that undermines the sacrifices they have made for their country.

In conclusion, the weaponization of the federal government and the threat posed by big tech monopolies is a matter of great concern for our democracy. The experiences shared by Gabbard serve as a warning of the power these companies wield and the potential consequences of their actions. 

It is imperative that we as a nation address this issue and work to ensure that our elections and the information that is presented to the public are protected from the influence of these big tech monopolies.



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