Former Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard introduced she left the Democratic Get together on Tuesday, denouncing the group as an "elitist cabal."
Gabbard, who retired from the Home of Representatives in 2021, attacked the establishment in an almost 30-minute video posted to her YouTube account.
She didn't announce plans to affix the Republican Get together or undertake every other political affiliation, nonetheless.
"I can now not stay in right now’s Democratic Get together that's now underneath the whole management of an elitist cabal of warmongers pushed by cowardly weakness,
who divide us by racializing each difficulty & stoke anti-white racism," Gabbard mentioned in an excerpt posted to Twitter.
"I consider in an authority that's of the people, by the people, and for the people. Sadly, right now Democratic Get together doesn't.
"I am calling on my fellow frequent sense, independent-minded Democrats to affix me in leaving the Democratic Get together."
Gabbard's announcement served because of the inaugural episode of "The Tusli Gabbard Show," a podcast she is now working.