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'Isn't her 15 minutes of fame over?': Tulsi Gabbard blasted for comparing Joe Biden to Hitler

In a campaign speech for Republican Senate hopeful Don Bolduc, Tulsi Gabbard seemed to suggest Biden was as intolerant as Hitler
Tulsi Gabbard (L) endorsed Joe Biden (R) in 2020 after exiting from the race (Ethan Miller/Getty Images, Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
Tulsi Gabbard (L) endorsed Joe Biden (R) in 2020 after exiting from the race (Ethan Miller/Getty Images, Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE: Tulsi Gabbard, who recently quit the Democratic party, is now taking aim at President Joe Biden, even going so far as to compare him to Adolf Hitler. The comment was made during a Republican rally in New Hampshire as she was campaigning for Republican Senate hopeful Don Bolduc in the Granite State on Sunday, October 15, reported Daily Beast. 

Speaking at a town hall event, Gabbard said, “And this is something that is, you know, throughout history, we look at authoritarian leaders and dictators in other countries." She added, “I'm pretty sure they all believe they’re doing what’s best." 


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“Even Hitler thought he was doing what was best for Germany, right? For the German race. In his own mind, he found a way to justify the means to meet his end," Gabbard said. Further, she explained, "So when we have people with that mindset, well, you know we’ve got to do whatever it takes because, as President Biden said in that speech in Philadelphia, that those who supported Trump, those who didn't vote for him are extremists and a threat to our democracy.” The former Hawaiian Congresswoman is currently busy campaigning for Don Bolduc, a former Army general who claims the 2020 election was stolen from Donald Trump, for the senate election. He is running against Democrat Maggie Hassan.

Former U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) speaks at an
Tulsi Gabbard left the Democratic party claiming it has gone too woke (Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)

However, Gabbard denied the claims that she compared Biden to Hitler in a conversation with local New Hampshire radio on Monday, October 17, reported  Tulsi also stated during a campaign event in New Hampshire, "I’m here campaigning with Don Bolduc because I know he’s committed to putting the country and the American people first, and I think more politicians running for office would be wise to do the same." Neither the White House nor Biden's aides have responded to the comments so far.


The former Democrat had earlier posted a video explaining why she was leaving the party. It was captioned, "I can no longer remain in today’s Democratic Party that is now under the complete control of an elitist cabal of warmongers driven by cowardly wokeness, who divide us by racializing every issue & stoke anti-white racism, actively work to undermine our God-given freedoms."

'Trying so hard to be relevant'

Gabbard's statements quickly drew the internet's ire, and several called out her political opportunism while reminding her she had supported Biden in 2020. A user tweeted, "Trying so hard to be relevant …… but she just needs to go away. #NotYouTulsi." Another alleged, "I guess it's all money?." Someone else wondered, "Maybe she meant it in a good way?." Meanwhile, a tweet read, "Isnt her 15 minutes of fame over??." Another stated, "Because she never was a Democrat. It’s always been part of an elaborate hoax." 

One user asked, "Why did Tulsi Gabbard go from endorsing Joe Biden to being basically a conservative Republican?" "Lol then I guess she endorsed Hitler for president in 2020 (over Bernie Sanders)," another said. Another tweet claimed, "She endorsed Hitler?! lol"









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