On Tuesday, October 11th, Tulsi Gabbard made the surprising revelation that she was leaving the Democratic Party. Among the phrases she used in her presentation was “elitist cabal of warmongers,” which has left many people wondering what she meant.
From 2013 until 2021, the ex-congresswoman was the representative for Hawaii’s second congressional district, a position from which she achieved national recognition.
After she decided to abandon her 2020 presidential bid, she publicly declared her support for Joe Biden. But ever since then, she’s been vocal in her criticism of the president.
A definition of the term “elitist cabal” is provided below.
Meaning of ‘Elitist Cabal’
According to Dictionary.com, a “Cabal” is “a group of secret plotters against a government or a person in charge.”
According to Britannica, the phrase was initially used to designate any “secret or extralegal council of the king” in England in the 17th century.
King Charles II’s five ministers, Clifford, Arlington, Buckingham, Ashley Cooper, and Lauderdale, serve as the basis for this word.
Conversely, a “elitist” is someone who has a preference for other wealthy and educated people.
Tulsi Gabbard Announces Exit from The Democratic Party
On Tuesday, Tulsi released a video explaining why she was leaving the Democratic Party.
She eventually decided, “I can’t stay in today’s Democratic Party.
It is now completely controlled by a group of elitist warmongers motivated by cowardly weakness who seek to split us along racial lines and stoke anti-white hatred while actively working to undermine the God-given freedoms guaranteed to us by our Constitution.
The news was initially shared on the premiere of her podcast, The Tulsi Gabbard Show. Her show’s slogan is “Honest. Independent. Unafraid. In every way, with love and affection (aloha)
The episode is available for streaming on her site.
Politician Hasn’t Shed Light on Her Future
Tusli Gabbard did not elaborate on her future plans following her departure from the Democratic Party in her most recent statement.
“I believe in a government that is of the people, by the people, and for the people,” she merely stated.
Tulsi, who is leaving the Democratic Party, has also invited “independent-minded Democrats” to follow her.