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  • californiafortulsi - California For Tulsi @californiafortulsi 7 hours ago
  • @tulsigabbard is a lifelong environmentalist and a top leader in fighting for urgent action to address climate change. Tulsi’s aggressive "OFF Fossil Fuels Act" would transition the U.S. to 100% clean and renewable energy by 2035 and includes provisions to stimulate the economy and transition workers to jobs in the renewable energy sector. 
Learn more about her legislative efforts on Climate Change, Coral Reefs and Oceans, Clean Water, Fracking and DAPL at:  Tulsigabbard.org/tulsi-gabbard-on-environment

#Tulsi2020 
#TulsiGabbard @tulsigabbard is a lifelong environmentalist and a top leader in fighting for urgent action to address climate change. Tulsi’s aggressive "OFF Fossil Fuels Act" would transition the U.S. to 100% clean and renewable energy by 2035 and includes provisions to stimulate the economy and transition workers to jobs in the renewable energy sector. Learn more about her legislative efforts on Climate Change, Coral Reefs and Oceans, Clean Water, Fracking and DAPL at: Tulsigabbard.org/tulsi-gabbard-on-environment #tulsi2020 #tulsigabbard
  • @tulsigabbard is a lifelong environmentalist and a top leader in fighting for urgent action to address climate change. Tulsi’s aggressive "OFF Fossil Fuels Act" would transition the U.S. to 100% clean and renewable energy by 2035 and includes provisions to stimulate the economy and transition workers to jobs in the renewable energy sector. Learn more about her legislative efforts on Climate Change, Coral Reefs and Oceans, Clean Water, Fracking and DAPL at: Tulsigabbard.org/tulsi-gabbard-on-environment #tulsi2020 #tulsigabbard
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  • thedailyember - @thedailyember 1 day ago
  • #Repost with @Repostlyapp @tulsigabbard In my past, I said and believed things that were wrong, and worse, hurtful to people in the LGBTQ+ community and their loved ones.

Many years ago, I apologized for my words and, more importantly, for the negative impact that they had. I sincerely repeat my apology today. I’m deeply sorry. My views have changed since then, and my record in Congress over the last 6 years reflects what is in my heart: A strong and ongoing commitment to fighting for LGBTQ+ rights.

I know that LGBTQ+ people are still facing discrimination, are still facing abuse and still fear that their hard-won rights are going to be taken away by people who hold views like I used to. That cannot happen, because every single American deserves to be treated equally.

I have always believed in the fundamental rights and equality of all people. But I also grew up in a socially conservative household, where I was raised to believe that marriage should only be between a man and a woman. For a period of my life I didn’t see the contradiction in those beliefs.

While many Americans may be able to relate to growing up in a conservative home, my story is different because my father was very outspoken. He was an activist who was fighting against gay rights and marriage equality in Hawaii – and at that time, I forcefully defended him. But over the years, I formed my own opinions based on my life experience that changed my views -- at a personal level in having aloha, love, for all people, and ensuring that every American, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, is treated equally under the law.

I look forward to being able to share more of my story and experiences growing up – not as an excuse – but in the hopes that it may inspire others to truly live aloha; to love and care for others.

I’m so grateful to my friends and loved ones, both gay and straight, who helped me see how my past positions on these issues were at odds with my values, my aloha, and that they were causing people harm. I regret the role I played in causing such pain, and I remain committed to fighting for LGBTQ+ equality. 
#lgbtq🌈 #lgbt #tulsigabbard #tulsi2020 #progressives #2020 #repost with @repostlyapp @tulsigabbard In my past, I said and believed things that were wrong, and worse, hurtful to people in the LGBTQ+ community and their loved ones. Many years ago, I apologized for my words and, more importantly, for the negative impact that they had. I sincerely repeat my apology today. I’m deeply sorry. My views have changed since then, and my record in Congress over the last 6 years reflects what is in my heart: A strong and ongoing commitment to fighting for LGBTQ+ rights. I know that LGBTQ+ people are still facing discrimination, are still facing abuse and still fear that their hard-won rights are going to be taken away by people who hold views like I used to. That cannot happen, because every single American deserves to be treated equally. I have always believed in the fundamental rights and equality of all people. But I also grew up in a socially conservative household, where I was raised to believe that marriage should only be between a man and a woman. For a period of my life I didn’t see the contradiction in those beliefs. While many Americans may be able to relate to growing up in a conservative home, my story is different because my father was very outspoken. He was an activist who was fighting against gay rights and marriage equality in Hawaii – and at that time, I forcefully defended him. But over the years, I formed my own opinions based on my life experience that changed my views -- at a personal level in having aloha, love, for all people, and ensuring that every American, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, is treated equally under the law. I look forward to being able to share more of my story and experiences growing up – not as an excuse – but in the hopes that it may inspire others to truly live aloha; to love and care for others. I’m so grateful to my friends and loved ones, both gay and straight, who helped me see how my past positions on these issues were at odds with my values, my aloha, and that they were causing people harm. I regret the role I played in causing such pain, and I remain committed to fighting for LGBTQ+ equality. #lgbtq🌈 #lgbt #tulsigabbard #tulsi2020 #progressives #2020
  • #repost with @repostlyapp @tulsigabbard In my past, I said and believed things that were wrong, and worse, hurtful to people in the LGBTQ+ community and their loved ones. Many years ago, I apologized for my words and, more importantly, for the negative impact that they had. I sincerely repeat my apology today. I’m deeply sorry. My views have changed since then, and my record in Congress over the last 6 years reflects what is in my heart: A strong and ongoing commitment to fighting for LGBTQ+ rights. I know that LGBTQ+ people are still facing discrimination, are still facing abuse and still fear that their hard-won rights are going to be taken away by people who hold views like I used to. That cannot happen, because every single American deserves to be treated equally. I have always believed in the fundamental rights and equality of all people. But I also grew up in a socially conservative household, where I was raised to believe that marriage should only be between a man and a woman. For a period of my life I didn’t see the contradiction in those beliefs. While many Americans may be able to relate to growing up in a conservative home, my story is different because my father was very outspoken. He was an activist who was fighting against gay rights and marriage equality in Hawaii – and at that time, I forcefully defended him. But over the years, I formed my own opinions based on my life experience that changed my views -- at a personal level in having aloha, love, for all people, and ensuring that every American, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, is treated equally under the law. I look forward to being able to share more of my story and experiences growing up – not as an excuse – but in the hopes that it may inspire others to truly live aloha; to love and care for others. I’m so grateful to my friends and loved ones, both gay and straight, who helped me see how my past positions on these issues were at odds with my values, my aloha, and that they were causing people harm. I regret the role I played in causing such pain, and I remain committed to fighting for LGBTQ+ equality. #lgbtq🌈 #lgbt #tulsigabbard #tulsi2020 #progressives #2020
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  • voter2020 - Political News | #Election2020 @voter2020 1 day ago
  • Yesterday, the Speaker of the House suggested that POTUS reschedule his State of the Union because of the #governmentshutdown. Then it was mum from the White House until moments ago,  when Trump's response dropped. First, he announces her planned trip to a warzone that none of us knew about (for obvious reasons), then suggests she flies commercial if she wants. Then he calls it a PR event. Good God.
The Speaker is second in line for the American presidency (after the VP)- and he wants her to fly into #Afghanistan on Delta or something. 
Boy, this man-child continues to underestimate @speakerpelosi. Yesterday, the Speaker of the House suggested that POTUS reschedule his State of the Union because of the #governmentshutdown. Then it was mum from the White House until moments ago, when Trump's response dropped. First, he announces her planned trip to a warzone that none of us knew about (for obvious reasons), then suggests she flies commercial if she wants. Then he calls it a PR event. Good God. The Speaker is second in line for the American presidency (after the VP)- and he wants her to fly into #afghanistan on Delta or something. Boy, this man-child continues to underestimate @speakerpelosi.
  • Yesterday, the Speaker of the House suggested that POTUS reschedule his State of the Union because of the #governmentshutdown. Then it was mum from the White House until moments ago, when Trump's response dropped. First, he announces her planned trip to a warzone that none of us knew about (for obvious reasons), then suggests she flies commercial if she wants. Then he calls it a PR event. Good God. The Speaker is second in line for the American presidency (after the VP)- and he wants her to fly into #afghanistan on Delta or something. Boy, this man-child continues to underestimate @speakerpelosi.
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  • voanoticias - VOAnoticias @voanoticias 1 day ago
  • La senadora #KirstenGillibrand se convirtió el lunes #14Ene  en la más reciente demócrata en anunciar que formó un Comité Exploratorio para arrancar su campaña a las elecciones presidenciales de 2020. Decidió hacerlo en el popular programa "The Late Show con Stephen Colbert”, donde además enumeró una serie de temas que abordaría como presidente. Gillibrand es simplemente la última en agregarse a esta lista de futuros precandidato. El sábado #JuliánCastro, exsecretario del Departamento de Urbanismo y Vivienda de la administración de Barack Obama y exalcalde de San Antonio, anunció sus intenciones. El primero fue el representante por Maryland, #JohnDelaney. La representante demócrata de Hawái, #TulsiGabbard, aseguró la semana pasada viernes en una entrevista que decidió postularse y hará "un anuncio formal dentro de la próxima semana". Gabbard es una veterana de la guerra de Irak liberal. Es la primera hindú y la primera estadounidense samoana elegida para el Congreso. Ya a finales de diciembre, la senadora por Massachusetts, #ElizabethWarren, también había informado que formó un comité exploratorio para una contienda por la Casa Blanca. Este es solo el inicio para estos precandidados demócracas.

Más detalles en voanoticias.com #VOANoticias 📷: AP Photos, AP Photos, Reuters y AP Photos La senadora #kirstengillibrand se convirtió el lunes #14ene  en la más reciente demócrata en anunciar que formó un Comité Exploratorio para arrancar su campaña a las elecciones presidenciales de 2020. Decidió hacerlo en el popular programa "The Late Show con Stephen Colbert”, donde además enumeró una serie de temas que abordaría como presidente. Gillibrand es simplemente la última en agregarse a esta lista de futuros precandidato. El sábado #juliáncastro, exsecretario del Departamento de Urbanismo y Vivienda de la administración de Barack Obama y exalcalde de San Antonio, anunció sus intenciones. El primero fue el representante por Maryland, #johndelaney. La representante demócrata de Hawái, #tulsigabbard, aseguró la semana pasada viernes en una entrevista que decidió postularse y hará "un anuncio formal dentro de la próxima semana". Gabbard es una veterana de la guerra de Irak liberal. Es la primera hindú y la primera estadounidense samoana elegida para el Congreso. Ya a finales de diciembre, la senadora por Massachusetts, #elizabethwarren, también había informado que formó un comité exploratorio para una contienda por la Casa Blanca. Este es solo el inicio para estos precandidados demócracas. Más detalles en voanoticias.com #voanoticias 📷: AP Photos, AP Photos, Reuters y AP Photos
  • La senadora #kirstengillibrand se convirtió el lunes #14ene  en la más reciente demócrata en anunciar que formó un Comité Exploratorio para arrancar su campaña a las elecciones presidenciales de 2020. Decidió hacerlo en el popular programa "The Late Show con Stephen Colbert”, donde además enumeró una serie de temas que abordaría como presidente. Gillibrand es simplemente la última en agregarse a esta lista de futuros precandidato. El sábado #juliáncastro, exsecretario del Departamento de Urbanismo y Vivienda de la administración de Barack Obama y exalcalde de San Antonio, anunció sus intenciones. El primero fue el representante por Maryland, #johndelaney. La representante demócrata de Hawái, #tulsigabbard, aseguró la semana pasada viernes en una entrevista que decidió postularse y hará "un anuncio formal dentro de la próxima semana". Gabbard es una veterana de la guerra de Irak liberal. Es la primera hindú y la primera estadounidense samoana elegida para el Congreso. Ya a finales de diciembre, la senadora por Massachusetts, #elizabethwarren, también había informado que formó un comité exploratorio para una contienda por la Casa Blanca. Este es solo el inicio para estos precandidados demócracas. Más detalles en voanoticias.com #voanoticias 📷: AP Photos, AP Photos, Reuters y AP Photos
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  • californiafortulsi - California For Tulsi @californiafortulsi 1 day ago
  • "For the first time in our nation’s history, members of the @uscg are performing critical national security and lifesaving duties without pay. We need to re-open the government now. This shutdown is a threat to the security of the American people." "For the first time in our nation’s history, members of the @uscg are performing critical national security and lifesaving duties without pay. We need to re-open the government now. This shutdown is a threat to the security of the American people."
  • "For the first time in our nation’s history, members of the @uscg are performing critical national security and lifesaving duties without pay. We need to re-open the government now. This shutdown is a threat to the security of the American people."
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  • voter2020 - Political News | #Election2020 @voter2020 1 day ago
  • @ocasio2018 looking for a missing Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell. @ocasio2018 looking for a missing Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell.
  • @ocasio2018 looking for a missing Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell.
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