At a CNN town hall at South By Southwest on March 10, Gabbard contended, “We are in a situation today where we, here in the United States and the world, are at a greater risk of nuclear catastrophe than ever before in history.”
“My commitment in fighting to end these counterproductive regime change wars is based on these experiences and my understanding [of] the cost of war and who pays the price,” Gabbard added:
Yes, it is our service members. It is our troops. It is our military families. It is the people in these countries, where these wars are waged, whose suffering ends up far worse after we launch these regime change wars.”
Yet, the establishment news media is largely uninterested in listening to Gabbard attempt to persuade voters that the U.S. should quit waging wars to overthrow governments. They hear Gabbard’s statements and think if the U.S. pursued an anti-interventionist foreign policy then dictators would be free to commit crimes against humanity and repress their people without any consequences….
Methinks the author is far too kind to the MSM. Those CNN “pundits” who are not complete idiots know very well that their agenda has nothing to do with human rights. The basic fact is that they’re just doing a job for money, and that job is to whip up public support for the mass murder of strangers. That’s it. Decency and morality have nothing to do with it. Tulsi is interfering with a business model, that’s all.