On Tuesday, Former Hawaii Democrat Rep. Tulsi Gabbard tweeted a series of videos, arguing that California Democrat Rep. Adam Schiff, former CIA Director John Brennan, and Big Tech bossed greater threat to the country than all the rioters who marched in the US Capitol in mid-January.
Initially criticizing the mob who stormed the Capitol as behaving like “domestic enemies of our country,” Gabbard blurted an unexpected comment that has also been the reason why her co-parties loathe her.
“But let’s be clear, the John Brennans, Adam Schiffs, and the oligarchs in Big Tech who are trying to undermine our constitutionally protected rights and turn our country into a police state with KGB-style surveillance are also domestic enemies, and much more powerful, and therefore dangerous, than the mob that stormed the Capitol,” Gabbard continued.
The former congresswoman then played a clip of the former CIA director who said that Biden’s nominees “are now moving in laser-like fashion to try to uncover as much as they can” on events that he compared as “insurgency movements” from other countries.
Brennan also lumped “religious extremists, authoritarians, fascists, bigots, racists, nativists, even libertarians,” referring to “an unholy alliance.”
Gabbard then called President Biden and members of the House, regardless of political parties, to denounce Brennan’s and others’ efforts to take away the American’s civil liberties.
“If you don’t stand up to them now, then our country will be in great peril,” Gabbard added. Early this week, she appeared on Fox News to discuss a new Democrat bill for combatting “domestic terrorism.”
Gabbard detailed that people like former CIA Director John Brennan openly talked about how he spoke with or heard from Biden’s appointees and nominees and are already starting to find similar types of movements from insurgencies in other countries.
Brennan apparently claimed to make up an unholy alliance of religious extremists, bigots, racists, and few others, even libertarians.
She then rhetorically asked the characteristics of a potential extremist’s profile.
“You start looking at obviously, have to be a white person, obviously likely male, libertarians, anyone who loves freedom, liberty, maybe has an American flag outside their house, or people who, you know, attended a Trump rally,” Gabbard said.