The former Hawaii Congresswoman and former Democrat Tulsi Gabbard had a chat with Joe Rogan on his podcast “The Joe Rogan Experience” and engaged in a fascinating conversation. A portion of the conversation was regarding Vice President Kamala Harris, who Gabbard is well-known for utterly destroying on stage in the 2020 Democrat primary.
Rogan mentioned there was a relationship that existed among Gabbard and the Democrat Party began to sour after she caused Harris to look bad. Gabbard told Rogan that Harris was the party's preferred candidate at the time and exposing Harris as a deceiver who was guilty of numerous things the Democrat Party claims it was against has made her into an adversary.
Gabbard pointed out that the information regarding Harris was easy to come across but no media person or candidate wanted to mention it.
“No one in the media did that. There’s no other candidate on the debate stage who had the balls to bring that up.”
“How are voters supposed to be able to make their best-informed decision when the media and fellow Democratic candidates who are running, who are her opponents in that race, don’t have the courage to ask a very factual question on a record that she says she’s proud of?” Gabbard added.
Gabbard believed the reason that no person had called Harris out was because of her standing as a woman of race and nobody wanted to be accused of being racist and get their reputation ruined by confronting her on her past. It was true that after Gabbard made her statements she fell out of favor with her fellow members of the Democrat Party.
She also believed Harris was well-connected and the Democrat Party liked her because they believed they could trust her to follow their orders.
“She was connected,” Gabbard declared about Harris. “She’s playing the game. She’s somebody that the Democratic Party knows that they can control.”
Harris was considered to be the most popular choice of the media in 2020, but after Gabbard placed her on ice, her popularity quickly waned. Harris was one of many Democrat candidates who dropped from the contest quite quickly, and her selection as VP was a result of several factions inside the Democrat Party warning that they would not support Joe Biden if he didn't select a woman of color for the position of VP.
Harris was the most obvious choice, not only because she matched the physical characteristics required but also because should anything occur to Biden that makes him quit, then Harris would be the next in line and ready to take over the responsibility of acting as that DNC's puppet. As with Biden, Harris clearly has no leadership skills of her own and her worth is entirely based on how well she's willing to accept orders.
As Gabbard stated, this is precisely the reason why the DNC liked her so much. There were only few prerequisites. She’s female, a person of color, and she's not afraid to inquire “how high” when told to jump.