Former presidential candidate and Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) joined 'Special Report' host Bret Baier on Thursday to discuss the White House's approach to domestic and foreign policies.
"Outsiders: people like me, people like Donald Trump, it doesn’t matter, Democrat or Republican, if they identify … someone who is not going to toe the line [or] is not someone who is not going to follow kind of the establishment way of things that are accepted, they pose a threat."
"That confirms what I have known to be true, which is that you have the power elite, people like Hillary Clinton, those around her working with the media, the deep state in order to bring down the destruction and downfall of anyone that they deem to be a threat to their power," Gabbard said.
"They will do all they can to silence or censor or cancel what they view to be a threat. So this is bigger than about me or Trump or anyone else," she added.
Gabbard said this habit in the "Deep State" is "a threat to our country and democracy."
"The arrogance that these people have in thinking they have the right to manipulate the American people what they view, what they hear, what they see all to preserve their own selfish interests, not caring at all about the impact on the country, the impact of the American people or who gets hurt along the way," Gabbard said.
Gabbard on the border: "Utter disaster... directly attributed to the Biden-Harris administration’s open-border policy. This is not only a humanitarian crisis. It is a national security crisis and it’s something I have said all along, which is that if we do not secure our borders, then we can’t have a secure nation. There are so many issues that have happened under this administration that have led to this point and their continued failure of leadership is exacerbating the crisis that we are seeing play out before our very eyes."