Tulsi Gabbard is quickly becoming the sweetheart of the conservative movement.
After running for president as a Democrat, she has regularly blasted the Biden administration, appeared at conservative conferences, and become a regular contributor on Fox News.
She just took the next step in subbing for Tucker Carlson this week, filling in for Tucker on Friday night’s broadcast.
Let me just say this… be very careful.
Not What She Appears
I like Tulsi because she is not afraid to speak her mind and clearly does not walk the Democrat line without question.
I have no problem with any politician, left or right, that puts their constituents first over party.
Over the last two years, Gabbard has gained a cult-like following on the right.
There was even talk about Gabbard registering as a Republican.
I would say hold on for just one second.
Gabbard still has a lot of very left policies that she supports.
If you think I am lying, go check her presidential platform and you will see exactly what I mean.
At best, she can be described as a moderate, but she surely is not conservative.
Gabbard can best serve the conservative movement by actually winning as a Democrat because we know on some key issues, she will sit down and work with Republicans.
Like I said, I like Gabbard, just don’t be fooled.
Source: Daily Caller