If you don’t agree with everything that President Donald Trump says and does, you’re automatically labeled a RINO, a libtard, a social, a communist, a snowflake or some other term that is often misspelled by those using them. They are meant to convey that any kind of disagreement with and anything but 100% loyalty to Donald Trump is unacceptable.
Likewise, if you disagree with the Democratic Party establishment on anything, not-so clever name calling is also the price to be paid.
On Wednesday, the House of Representatives, voted to impeach President Donald Trump, making him just the third president in our nation’s history to ever be impeached. The vote was essentially on party lines. However, Hawaii Rep. and Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard didn’t vote for impeachment, instead she voted “present.”
On social media, she posted a video trying to explain her vote.
As you can imagine, liberals aren’t taking too kindly to Gabbard’s explanation of her vote, that our two parties are not getting anything done but are instead worrying about a “win” at the cost of the other.
The House of Representatives voted to impeach Trump and now it moves to the U.S. Senate which is controlled by Republicans and where it will die. So, what exactly did the Democrats accomplish? If she voted for it, what does that change? How is she a “coward” for not voting for something that will go nowhere?