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Tulsi Gabbard: Suffering Ukrainians Are 'Actors' 'in the Kamala Harris Show'

Emily Robertson | March 11, 2022 | 4:25pm EST
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Former Hawaii Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard speaks at the Wing Ding Dinner on Aug. 9, 2019 in Clear Lake, Iowa. (Photo credit: ALEX EDELMAN/AFP via Getty Images)
Former Hawaii Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard speaks at the Wing Ding Dinner on Aug. 9, 2019 in Clear Lake, Iowa. (Photo credit: ALEX EDELMAN/AFP via Getty Images)

(CNSNews.com)-- “It’s all about the Kamala Harris show,” former Hawaii Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard told Fox News Host Sean Hannity Thursday night. “This shows that the suffering of the Ukrainian people really are just – they’re actors in her– in the Kamala Harris show.” 

Gabbard appeared as a guest on "Hannity," grading Harris’ fulfilment of the roles of vice president. Harris would receive lower than an "F" if possible, according to Gabbard, due to what she characterized as a lack of effort on issues ranging from illegal immigration to inflation and the Russia-Ukraine war.

“Sean, this would be humorous if it weren’t so dangerous," she told Hannity. "We look back, we know [Harris] was anointed by the mainstream media. She was appointed by the Clinton machine for two very simple reasons: Number one is identity politics. She had the right skin color and the right gender and number two, she had proven herself to be loyal to the power elite in Washington, the warmongers, the Clinton machine."

"It’s all about the Kamala Harris show, getting her out there, giving her the opportunity to get some photo ops with our troops, with refugees, things that can bolster her eventual run for the presidency, which is so sad because really, this shows that the suffering of the Ukrainian people really are just – they’re actors in her– in the Kamala Harris show.” 

Below is a transcript of this portion of the segment: 

Sean Hannity: “Vice President Kamala Harris embarrassing this country on the world stage yet again. Here with reaction to that, Former Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard. Tulsi, if you had to grade the vice president, what would you grade her?”

Tulsi Gabbard: “Is there anything worse than ‘F’ on the grading scale? Sean, this would be humorous if it weren’t so dangerous. We have this person who is just a heartbeat away from the presidency. We look back, we know she was anointed by the mainstream media. She was appointed by the Clinton machine for two very simple reasons: Number one is identity politics. She had the right skin color and the right gender and number two, she had proven herself to be loyal to the power elite in Washington, the warmongers, the Clinton machine, and as a result we are seeing now they send her to Poland, revealing the fact that they’re not actually serious about solving this tragedy, this problem. We’ve seen how they are not serious about solving illegal immigration at our border because they put her in charge of solving that problem. It just proves this is all about – it’s all about politics, Sean. It’s all about the Kamala Harris show, getting her out there, giving her the opportunity to get some photo ops with our troops, with refugees, things that can bolster her eventual run for the presidency, which is so sad because really, this shows that the suffering of the Ukrainian people really are just – they’re actors in her– in the Kamala Harris show.” 

"And this is why we’re facing the problems we’re facing, that it’s all about them. They don’t care about the people; if they did, they would be taking action to address this skyrocketing inflation that started before the Russian assault on Ukraine. They’d be taking action to address the fact that the American people are struggling to figure out ‘how do I pay for filling up a gas tank as well as groceries or things for my kids?' They’d be addressing the real problems the American people are facing, but instead, they’re driven by their own political interest, their own political ambition, how they look in the media, and how they can get themselves ahead. This is the most heartbreaking thing about what we’re seeing play out before us.”              

Hannity: “You know, I think you’re displaying the emotion that many Americans feel. It is heartbreaking to see America on the world stage represented both by the president and vice president this way.”     

Emily Robertson is a CNSNews intern and a senior at Liberty University studying Strategic Communication with a double minor in Government and Politics & Policy. She has written for the Liberty Champion as an opinion writer and news reporter, as well as participated in other extracurricular activities involving law and politics.

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