WASHINGTON - Previous Popularity based official competitor and Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard reported Tuesday she is leaving the Progressive faction.
Gabbard tweeted a video saying she can never again stay in the present Progressive faction, which is "presently under the unlimited oversight of an elitist secrecy of militarists driven by fearful progressiveness."
In the short lived video, Gabbard said liberals are disruptive by racializing issues and "stirring up enemy of white prejudice.
She said she accepts the left-inclining party attempts to "sabotage our inherent opportunities" in the Constitution.
"I have faith in an administration that is of individuals, by individuals and for individuals," she said. "Sadly,
the present leftist alliance doesn't. All things being equal, it represents an administration that is of, by and for the strong first class."
Gabbard ran in the 2020 Majority rule official essential race prior to suspending her mission in Walk 2020 saying she would uphold President Joe Biden.
She served in the Place of Delegates from 2013 to 2021.