Tulsi Gabbard, who spoke directly to the camera in a video message posted on social media on Sunday, in 2020, suggested that Hillary Clinton recently "smeared" her as "Russian capital" in an effort to counter Gabbard's opposition to the party building in the US To repay year 2016.
"If they can falsely portray me as a traitor, they can do it to anyone – and that's the message they want to convey to you," said Gabbard, a Democrat, in the video.
"If you defend yourself against Hillary and the party magistrates – if you defend yourself against the rich and powerful elite and the war machine, they will destroy you and discredit your message, but here is the truth: you They will not intimidate us, they will not silence us. "
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Gabbard, D-Hawaii, launched the race video about her time as Deputy Chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) from 201
"People warned me in 2016 that my support of Bernie Sanders would mean the end of my political career" – they said Clinton would never forget, "said Gabbard in the video," that she and her rich and powerful friends – their political and media allies – will ensure that they are destroyed. "
Gabbard claimed that" countless hits were cut to the chase "to" destroy "their reputation for years of military and congressional service.
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Last week's New York Times-CNN main debate, Gabbard called the Times and CNN specifically because it had led a so-called propaganda campaign against them while simultaneously promoting them for endless "regime change".
"The New York Times and CNN have veterans like smeared me for calling for an end to this regime change war, "said Gabbard. "Just two days ago, the New York Times published an article saying I was a Russian asset and an Assad apologist, and all these various drawbacks, this morning a national television CNN commentator said I was an asset Totally Despicable. "CNN Commentator Van Jones reiterated Gabbard's argument in the broadcast and called out Clinton's" disinformation ":" She has just acted against a seated US Congresswoman, a decorated enemy of the war. " A veteran and someone who is running for the nomination of our party, just a complete smear and no facts. "
Jones continued," This is a very, very dangerous game – and here's a backstory. Let's not forget: Tulsi Gabbard was selected by the Democratic Party establishment and placed at the head of the DNC, and they thought she would be her golden girl. And she got that position in the DNC and she looked around and she saw [then-DNC Chairwoman] Debbie Wasserman-Schultz and other people, Clinton al Lies, doing things they should not have done in elementary school.
"And, Tulsi has publicly quit and then endorsed Bernie Sanders, and it has been the hell of payback ever since," said Jones.
The brouhaha began in A Podcast with Former Obama Adviser David Plouffe, in which Clinton said she did not make "predictions," but [she thinks Russians] had one eye on someone currently in Democratic primary school she works as a third candidate. "
" She is the favorite of the Russians, "she added, saying they had" a number of sites and bots and other ways to support them so far. "
Clinton described Jill Stein, candidate for the Greens 2016, called "Russian" asset ", but Gabbard not explicitly named. When Clinton spokesman Nick Merrill was asked if he referred to Gabbard, he replied, "If the nesting doll fits …"
CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP  This prompted Gabbard to emphatically respond to Clinton on Twitter and designate her as the "Queen of Warmongers, Incarnate Corruption and Personification of the Rot in Affliction of the Democratic Party"
Gabbard Conversation with Fox News & # 39; "Tucker Carlson Tonight," accused Clinton of targeting her for her views on the war and against the establishment. Gabbard dared to put Clinton in the race instead of hiding behind "proxies."
In response, several journalists and analysts were open to Clinton – and the week declared Gabbard's comments "outrageous". Two MSNBC panelists even claimed that Gabbard had somehow turned out to be a "Russian asset," responding to Clinton's accusations.
"One thing that was interesting about Tulsi Gabbard's reaction, I mean, she was following Hillary Clinton hard, she said she would not stand as a third party candidate, she never denied being a Russian asset," said Kimberly Atkins of WBUR on "MSNBC Live".
Atkins continued, "That was the only aspect missing in their response. Jonathan Allen replied," If Hillary Clinton says there is a Russian, he overlooks the fact that Clinton's spokesman said Clinton was referring directly on Gabbard. "Asset says nobody's name, and Tulsi Gabbard says:" How dare you call me a Russian asset? "