'Not About Morality or Ukrainians’: Tulsi Gabbard Slams NATO and the US

Published August 14th, 2022 - 06:58 GMT
‘This Is Not About Morality or Ukrainians’: Tulsi Gabbard Slams NATO and the Us
Tulsi Gabbard filling on for Tucker Carlson on Fox News

Filling in for Fox News's Tucker Carlson on his daily political commentary show, US former congresswoman and runner for president Tulsi Gabbard raised eyebrows as she attacked the US-led sanctions by the West against Russia, saying the Western stance is "not about morality or the people of Ukraine".

Hosting the "Tucker Carlson Tonight" show, Tulsi Gabbard accused the US and NATO leadership of "exploiting this war to strengthen NATO and feed the military-industrial complex", saying "it's never been about morality. It's not about the people of Ukraine or protecting democracy. ".

During the segment she dedicated to discussing the Western response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Tulsi Gabbard said that the energy crisis in Europe was caused by the Joe Biden administration so it paves the way for "regime change in Russia".

Tulsi Gabbard

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Tulsi Gabbard's controversial remarks were widely shared as anti-US and anti-NATO ones, with many social media users describing her as a "Russian asset to be held accountable".

Some online people argued that the former Democratic legislator from Hawaii and the former army member was accused of being "a foreign agent" previously by several politicians, namely former first lady, and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the former runner for the Democratic nomination for president in 2020 Pete Buttigieg.

In response to Tulsi Gabbard's comments, some social media argued that she has been "held accountable" for working against US interests and promoting Russian propaganda.

Taking their anger following Tulsi Gabbard's remarks, some commentators demanded the "deportation" of Rupert Morduch, the American-Australian owner of Fox News, on which Tulsi Gabbard made her comments.

لإhe anger towards Rupert Morduch was renewed for the role some Fox News commentators have played since the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, particularly Tucker Carlson's segments, some of which have been considered in favor of the Russian president Vladimir Putin.


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