Tulsi Gabbard, a former presidential candidate for the Democrat Party, will serve as a guest speaker in the upcoming Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), set to be held in Orlando, Florida.
Gabbard, who previously served as a Democrat congresswoman from the state of Hawaii, has sharply rebuked the Biden administration for its handling of the current crisis in Ukraine, as well as for its proclamation that a Black female will take the place of Justice Stephen Breyer, who recently announced his imminent retirement.
Gabbard has also routinely criticized the media for its biased coverage, notably its absence of coverage regarding the stunning revelations unveiled by John Durham’s ongoing probe regarding the origins of the Trump-Russia collusion rumors.
At the 2022 Ronald Reagan Dinner on Friday night, Gabbard is scheduled to appear as a “special guest.” Featuring keystone speaker Glenn Beck, this year’s CPAC is in high demand, with all tickets sold out.
In remarks to the Washington Examiner, one CPAC spokeswoman remarked that hosting a popular Democrat at the enormously popular conservative gathering represents “an extraordinary event.”
Several other prominent Republicans are set to speak at the event on Friday, including former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Senator Ted Cruz, Senator Marco Rubio, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, Donald Trump Jr., and Donald Trump.
The 45th president of the United States is set to deliver a speech on Saturday evening.
Gabbard has called attention to the Durham probe, noting that the investigation illustrates that “the greatest threat to our democracy is not some foreign country, but rather the Power Elite.”
The former congresswoman also points out that “Hillary Clinton and her cohorts in the Deep State” comprise part of this elite set, along with “the mainstream media.”
In 2020, Gabbard ran as a potential candidate in the Democrat Party presidential primary. She ultimately ended her campaign in March 2020, subsequently endorsing Biden.
Despite her endorsement of Biden, Gabbard was not given an invitation to speak at the Democratic National Convention in 2020.