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Ex-LGBTQ ally Tulsi Gabbard goes on batsh*t rant blaming “Deep State” for failed 2020 campaign

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Tulsi Gabbard’s at it again, folx!This week, the ex-LGBTQ ally went on Fox News to once again push her eye-rolling narrative that Hillary Clinton conspired with the “Deep State” to kill her chances of being president in 2020.Appearing on Fox News Primetime to take what she called “something of a victory lap” after attorney Michael Sussmann was indicted for “not disclosing his ties to the Hillary Clinton campaign when he reported damaging information about former President Donald Trump to the FBI,” Gabbard said the indictment was even more evidence of what she’s been saying all along.Related: Tulsi Gabbard hits Fox News to bash gender neutral language less than 24 hours after exiting Congress“It really points to the fact that we have a.

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