Tulsi Gabbard is a former Democrat, who left the party in this year. She then endorsed a list of right-wing extremists running for Republican seats across the country during 2022 midterms. Los Angeles Times reported Monday.
Gabbard, who quit the Democratic Party one month ago after declaring that it was not his party, “now under the complete control of an elitist cabal of warmongers driven by cowardly wokeness,”She will officially begin her Fox contract next week. However, she hosted a preview of the show. “Tucker Carlson Tonight”Monday
Carlson’s Fox News show, dubbed “the most racist show in the history of cable news”The New York TimesIt has a long and documented history of promoting conspiracy theories that support white supremacist white supremacist ideology such as “great replacement.”
Gabbard travels to Fox after the midterms, when, among others, she was a candidate for the presidency. Campaigned and endorsed byTwo failed Arizona Republicans: Blake Masters, Senate candidate Repeatedly insisted Donald Trump won the 2020 election, and gubernatorial hopeful Kari Lake, who in addition to lying about Trump’s 2020 loss also advocated transphobia during her campaign and suggested she wouldn’t accept the results of the election if she lost.
Gabbard, also endorsedWashington Republican Joe Kent was an election denier, who was exposed during the primary earlier in the year to have been longstanding White supremacists and holocaust deniers have ties. She also endorsed Adam Laxalt, a failed Nevada U.S. Senate Candidate. He was one of the first Republicans that promoted conspiracy theories to try to stop the 2020 election.
Fox News representatives didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment from , but the network confirmed the hiring to the Los Angeles Times and Mediaite.