by Joe Martino, Collective Evolution:
- The Facts:In an interview of Fox, Tulsi Gabbard appears to have suggested that the government of the United States is run by a small elite group of people and that this needs to change.
- Reflect On:Does this statement not line up with what the evidence about the US government has shown for years? What does this mean for how we engage in the political system? Are voices truly heard?
Democratic candidate and congresswoman from Hawaii Tulsi Gabbard is an unconventional political figure in this upcoming election that has been turning heads. Whether it’s sharing truths about the Syrian war and the US arming terrorists or whether she was exposing establishment candidates like Kamala Harris, Gabbard is someone who many people are seeing as ‘the only viable Dem candidiate.’
But that doesn’t mean Gabbard has any chance at that spot because as we saw in 2016, the DNC is ready and willing to rig the election to favour controllable Deep State driven candidates like Biden and Harris. After all, WikiLeaks showed us this quite clearly when the DNC kicked Bernie out in favour of Hillary.
Perhaps this is why Gabbard recently stated in an interview with Fox News that “…this also points to a bigger issue and challenge that goes beyond the DNC and party politics, the government itself. There’s people who are increasingly losing that faith and trust in the government because they see a lack of transparency there and they see that we don’t have a government that is of, by, and for the people, and really what they see is a small group of really powerful political elites, the establishment, making decisions that serve their interests and maintaining that power while the rest of us are left outside.”
For me, this is a huge point of discussion that begs multiple questions:
Why does she feel people are losing faith in the system exactly?
If the DNC can rig the election process doesn’t it mean the people aren’t choosing who represents them?
When she says political elite are controlling government, what does that mean in practicality exactly?
What do these statements say about the power of the people? How can we actually solve this issue? If people aren’t represented and don’t appear to have power, what’s the course of action moving forward?
We’re currently working on getting these questions answered from Tulsi, but until then, I have provided an analysis below from an episode of The Collective Evolution Show that I feel is important. The CE Show airs multiple times per week on CETV. Membership proceeds from CETV go towards supporting our journalism and future broadcasts. You can start a free 7 day trial here.
The truth is coming out about our political system and this truth is going to beg us to reflect and pull our power away from politics as they are.