12 November 2019 00:36

Who’s Tulsi Gabbard when she’s at home?

Since it seemed to be Family Day in the shebeen on Monday, I think it was probably appropriate for me to refer back to my grandmother's perennial question for anyone who seemed to be overly impressed with themselves. Who's this person when he's at home? Thanks to Daniel Strauss of Politico on the electric Twitter machine, we ask Tulsi Gabbard that very question. Who's Tulsi Gabbard when she's at home? Apparently, Rep. Six Percent was taken quite aback by Hillary Rodham Clinton's intimation that Gabbard might have some fans among the Volga Bagmen.

Try Not to Laugh at Tulsi Gabbard's Letter to Hillary Clinton

So Gabbard's campaign decided to make...demands. Goddamn, this is hilarious. In light of this, we demand that you immediately hold a press conference to verbally retract--in full--your comments. We also demand that you immediately publish this full and fair retraction on the account @HillaryClinton and distribute it to CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post. Try not to fall down laughing at this next part. (My quote marks): "On October 17, 2019, I made certain statements about Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard. Among other things, I accused her of being a Russian asset and that Russia was grooming her to be a third-party candidate. "I was wrong. I never should have made these remarks, and I apologize. I did not have any basis for making the statements. I acknowledge my grave mistake and error in judgment in this matter. "I support and admire the work that Congresswoman Gabbard has done and will continue to do in serving our country." Why don't they suggest HRC pass the time by playing a little Solitaire? Respond to this post on the Esquire Politics Facebook page here.