in the vicinityVideoRep. Tulsi Gabbard: The political elite and their corporate media partners try to delete my candidacy
The voters deserve to know why the power commander, to hear that the Americans, the my message, says the democratic presidential candidate, Tulsi Gabbard, Congresswoman from Hawaii.
The former Vice-President, Joe Biden, the great victories in the Tuesday primaries, makes it seems more and more likely that he will claim the democratic nomination, and that his main rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, to be finally ousted.
But what is Tulsi Gabbard is?
The Hawaii members of Congress, in the presidential primary field last February, is still in the race and seems to have no intention of suspending its campaign, despite winning only two delegates, and miss the debate stage since last November.
She was very to participate critically about the Democratic National Committee and the rules of the nomination, in particular, who is entitled to be present at the debates.
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In December, Gabbard said she would not appear in the Democratic presidential primary debate in Los Angeles, even if you qualified for it and has recently the DNC slapped over their exclusion from the debate on Sunday night in Arizona.
“There is a lot of hypocrisy going on here,” Gabbard said in an interview on Tuesday with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson. “I think that the American voters have a right to these questions, both from the DNC and their corporate media partners, the hosting of these debates and make these rules.”
She added: “We have just celebrated the International women’s day and the progress made, thanks to the women throughout the world – but when it comes to actually so sure that in this presidential primary, that the only woman candidate of the left in the race, the only woman of color, and the first woman combat vet has ever for the presidency, a vote … the DNC and their corporate-say, a ner, no, no, no.”
On Twitter late on Friday, Gabbard urged Biden and Sanders, left them in the debate. “I’m sure you would agree that our democratic candidate is a person who tweeted for the stand up for what is right,” you should. “So I ask that you have the courage to do that, now, in the face of the DNC’s efforts to keep me from participating in the debates.”
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Gabbard has struggled to win support in the race and has only two delegates from the U.S. territory of American Samoa picked up, where she was born. Compared to Biden, the 860 delegates, while Sanders 710.
The DNC’s new rules require a candidate to have chosen, at least 20 percent of Convention delegates allocated to state primary contests of 15. March, and have picked up more delegates on Tuesday in the elections. Gabbard does not pick up all the delegates on Tuesday, and not to the survey, about 1 percent in each of the races.
The party said it was the calculation of the delegates will be awarded, which can be associated with the addition of those counts by The Associated Press or CNN on all candidates, also those that were given to the delegates in the previous countries, but since dropped out of the race.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.