The White House is dodging questions about allegations, stemming from Special Counsel John Durham’s investigation, that a tech executive exploited access to the White House server to find incriminating evidence against former President Trump – but, former Democrat presidential candidate and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) is speaking up.
“What is being revealed here, Jesse, is the truth: Hillary Clinton and the power elite in this country manufactured this Russian collusion lie actively undermining our democracy and stoking the fires moving us into this new Cold War with Russia,” Gabbard said Monday in a Fox News Channel interview with Host Jesse Watters.
“The damage that they did to the American people, our democracy and others around the world is immeasurable,” Gabbard said, criticizing the hypocrisy of Democrats telling Americans they need to be willing to fight to preserve democracy elsewhere, like Ukraine, if they won’t even protect it here in the U.S.:
“What they are doing is telling the American people, they are telling us saying, ‘Hey, you have got to be ready to go war with Russia or other countries to, you know, spread democracy, to protect democracy,’ and, yet, they are actively undermining our democracy here at home.
“This is their hypocrisy being exposed. And, the American people deserve accountability. Hillary Clinton and her warmongers need to be held accountable. And Jake Sullivan, who is in a very influential position now in the Biden administration's White House, he needs to resign immediately for his role from this.”
The threat of government spying on, and trying to frame, Americans is an ongoing danger to the country, and it must be dealt with, Gabbard said:
“There probably is going to be a lot more that will come out. Just reading today what the special counsel filed recently about how they used a tech company that had a contract with the White House to monitor the White House in order to create this Russian collusion lie so that Hillary Clinton. motivated by selfish ambition and desire for power.
“This is incredibly dangerous for our democracy. And it's continuing to go on. This is not just something in the past; this is ongoing.”