CNN, MSNBC, ABC, NBC and CBS have no room in their outfits for moderate, reasonable leftists. That’s why it should come as no surprise that a prominent, much respected former Democratic presidential candidate has signed a deal with all of those outlets biggest competitor, Fox News.
Following her role as Monday evening’s guest host on “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” former Rep. Tulsi Gabbard has reportedly inked a deal to be a contributor on Fox News.
According to The Hill, a spokesperson for Fox confirmed the signing.
Gabbard became one of the Democratic Party’s biggest targets when she absolutely nuked then Sen. Kamala Harris’ bid to become the dems nominee during a party debate in 2019. However, in becoming an opponent of her own party, Gabbard gained the respect of many in the middle and on the right for pointing out the blatant hypocrisy of many on the left.
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The former congresswoman from Hawaii has appeared multiple times on “The Joe Rogan Experience,” as well as already frequent guest appearances on Fox News.
While, as of this writing, Gabbard hasn’t tweeted about her new job, she did send out a tweet ahead of her guest hosting gig for regular host Tucker Carlson.
“It’s time for those elected to prove to the American people that they’re not just politicians — that they will work for the the [sic] interests of the American people, not the interests of their party,” Gabbard wrote on Monday.
It’s time for those elected to prove to the American people that they’re not just politicians – that they will work for the the interests of the American people, not the interests of their party. Join me live on @FoxNews now!— Tulsi Gabbard 🌺 (@TulsiGabbard) November 15, 2022
While Fox News viewers will most likely disagree on some things with Gabbard — which is great, because no one wants to listen to someone who just repeats what their bosses say — her ability to speak to whomever she’s talking to like a person instead of simply a potential voter will serve her well.
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