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Greenpeace Co-Founder Patrick Moore DESTROYED Bobby ‘Beto’ O’Rourke on Bulls and Bears after the Democrat representative announced his run for president.
Beto wants to tear down ALL of the border walls on the southern border.
Patrick Moore: The real irony I see is Beto on the
one hand is saying there’s going to be millions of climate refugees at
the southern border while at the same time he’s calling for the wall to
be taken down. What kind of a position is that?
Hawaii Congresswoman and Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard recently appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, where instead of the light, jokey banter about politics and who she is as a person that Democratic presidential candidates normally encounter on late night comedy programs, the show’s host solemnly ran down a list of textbook beltway smears against Gabbard and made her defend them in front of his audience.
Normally when a Democratic Party-aligned politician appears on such a show, you can expect jokes about how stupid Trump is and how badly they’re going to beat the Republicans, how they’re going to help ordinary Americans, and maybe some friendly back-and-forth about where they grew up or something. Colbert had no time to waste on such things, however, because this was not an interview with a normal Democratic Party-aligned politician: this was a politician who has been loudly and consistently criticizing US foreign policy.
After briefly asking his guest who she is and why she’s running for president, Colbert jumped right into it by immediately bringing up Syria and Assad, the primary line of attack employed against Gabbard by establishment propagandists in American mainstream media.
Colbert: Do you think the Iraq war was worth it?
Colbert: Do you think that our involvement in Syria has been worth it?
Colbert: Do you think that ISIS could have been defeated without
our involvement and without our support of the local troops there?
Gabbard: There are two things we need to address in Syria. One is
a regime change war that was first launched by the United States in
2011, covertly, led by the CIA. That is a regime change war that has
continued over the years, that has increased the suffering of the Syrian
people, and strengthened groups like Al Qaeda and ISIS, because the CIA
was using American taxpayer dollars to provide arms and training and
equipment to these terrorist groups to get them to overthrow the
government. So that is a regime change war that we should not have been
Colbert: So, but if it is someone like Bashar al-Assad, who
gasses his own people, or who engages in war crimes against his own
people, should the United States not be involved?
Gabbard: The United States should not be intervening to overthrow
these dictators and these regimes that we don’t like, like Assad, like
Saddam Hussein, like Gaddafi, and like Kim Jong Un. There are bad people
in the world, but history has shown us that every time the United
States goes in and topples these dictators we don’t like, trying to end
up like the world’s police, we end up increasing the suffering of the
people in these countries. We end up increasing the loss of life, but
American lives and the lives of people in these countries. We end up
undermining our own security, what to speak of the trillions of dollars
of taxpayer money that’s spent on these wars that we need to be using
right here at home.
Like I said, this is not a normal presidential candidate. How
often do you see a guest appear on a network late night talk show and
talk about the CIA arming terrorists in Syria and the fact that US
military interventionism is completely disastrous? It just doesn’t happen. You can understand, then, why empire propagandist Stephen Colbert spent the rest of the interview informing his TV audience that Tulsi Gabbard is dangerous and poisonous.