Tulsi Gabbard is probably the only Democrat presidential candidate capable of damaging Elizabeth Warren during the upcoming Democrat Debate.

Absent some effort by Gabbard similar to Gabbard’s campaign-ending take down of Kamala Harris in a prior debate, it appears that Warren has the media backing and momentum to take the prize.

No other Democrat has dared touch the serious problems in Warren’s personal political narrative, much like other candidates stayed away from Harris’ problematic prosecutorial history until this epic exchange:

Gabbard could do the same to Warren in front of a national audience, on a host of issues.

First and foremost, no other candidate has taken on Warren’s decades-long Native American ethnic deception, which was followed by 7 years of obfuscation and prevarication after the 2012 discovery of the cultural misappropriation. In defending herself, Warren even resorted to stereotypes of Native Americans having high cheekbones that would have disqualified any other Democrat candidate.

Add to that Warren’s representation of large corporations against consumers, contrary to her spin, and there is plenty of material for Gabbard to work with.

Gabbard has been complaining that the DNC and corporate media are rigging the primaries by winnowing the field based on polling and fundraising, to the extend that Gabbard threatened to boycott the debate to call attention to the problem:

There is no one who has been a beneficiary of this rigged system more than Warren. She is the current mainstream media darling, as witnessed by the media jumping to Warren’s defense after her narrative of being fired from a teaching job for being pregnant fell apart.

With Bernie having heart problems, and Biden having a Ukraine and China problem, there is a new anointed one: Warren.

The NY Times ran a vicious smear piece on Gabbard, so she must sense that time is running out to right this ship:

If Gabbard wants to avoid the rigged primaries she says are happening, she needs to shake up the field much as she did when she took on Harris.

Gabbard has the smarts to do it, and the skill. She is, as I predicted when she first entered the race, the one person who could disrupt the Democrat power structure from rigging the primaries:

If Democrats prevent lesser-known candidates from participating in the debates, it will harken back to Hillary’s friends at the DNC rigging the primaries against Bernie. If all Democrats participate, it’s going to be mayhem on stage, and will take away from top tier candidates.

Add Gabbard to the mix, and it will be great theater. She’s not afraid to go against liberal orthodoxy — not always in good ways — and to attack other Democrats.

So Gabbard getting into the race is important because she will be a disrupter on a stage filled with Democrats before a national TV audience.

After Gabbard’s take down of Harris, we questioned:

Gabbard just took down Kamala Harris over a false career narrative, will she next confront Elizabeth Warren?

Gabbard has the ability. The question is, does she have the will?


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