Do they want to win?
This week Joe Rogan and Jocko Willink sat down with Tulsi in a rare intimate interview and asked the questions many of us are wondering:
“Do they want to win, or don’t they?”
“It happened to Bernie in 2016, it’s happening to you now…Do you ever think you could reach a tipping point where these establishment attacks happen enough and you just say I’m done with the Democratic Party?”
It’s interviews like this one — not 60 second debate stage soundbites — that make it clear why Tulsi is fit to be our next Commander in Chief. Watch Tulsi respond to the above questions, and talk about her personal commitment to make the Democratic party one that is truly of, for and by the people:
WATCH: Do they want to win?
No matter how many times she’s attacked, Tulsi makes it clear that her first responsibility is to serve the interests of the American people — all of the people. Her personal commitment is to work to return the Democratic Party to its highest ideals, a party that protects our precious environment, gives voice to the voiceless and stands for peace, true national security and an end to regime change wars, the new Cold War and nuclear arms race.
Tulsi’s commitment to work side by side with all Americans — with respect for political differences and points of view — is core to why she is uniquely positioned to appeal to the broad, diverse range of voters we need to beat President Trump in 2020.
Tulsi made a decision to not take any contributions from PACs or lobbyists. Our campaign is fuelled 100% by individuals, like you. We need help to challenge their narrative, bypass the mainstream corporate media and go directly to voters.