Tulsi Gabbard on Being LOCKED OUT of CNN's Latest Debate in 2020 Race

If you think CNN is only biased towards those on the right, think again. Tulsi Gabbard is polling four times higher than the likes of Deval Patrick but CNN has felt it necessary to exclude her from the upcoming debate in New Hampshire while inviting Patrick. What is it? Because she’s a minority? A woman? No, it has more to do with her lawsuit against Hillary Clinton and her refusal to sit down and shut up. You know things are bad when Democrat presidential hopeful Tulsi Gabbard resorts to talking with what many people conisder the enemy instead of those who are supposed allies. Watch this clip to hear what’s been happening in her own words.

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