Harmeet Kaur Dhillon
Harmeet Kaur Dhillon

Harmeet Kaur Dhillon, the Chair of the San Francisco Republican Party and Vice-Chair of the California Republican Party, wrote the following post about Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard’s many political contribution solicitations sent to her: 

From Facebook:

Sunday near San Francisco

I have so many “friends” emailing me today, this being a filing deadline for fundraising benchmarks for candidates running for office.

Somehow Tulsi Gabbard became my “friend” because she and her team are emailing me incessantly.

Here is a clue my dear — I appreciate that you may think that because you are a Hawaiian Hindu Democrat (although not South Asian by descent in any way, shape or form) somehow I, a Sikh Republican from California, will feel compelled to overcome multiple barriers to give money to you, it ain’t gonna happen.

Please stop spamming me and whoever gave her my name from their Indian American mailing list of some sort, may you come back in your next life as a dung beetle.

Tulsi Gabbard
Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard

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  1. I think that after reading the interview she had with mr. Letmen from truthout,she is fast becoming the typical,mediocre establishment beltway politician.for example she ays she is against drone attacks on American citizens if they are "non combatants" americans.President Obama used that qualification to kill "suspected American terrorists". and he did and does.including a 16 yr. old American born US citizen in yemen.his only crime was that his father was a "suspected terrorist" and was also killed before his son without any due process.and tusi gabbard apparently approves of these types of droneings.Obama can kill americans without any proof required. in the interview,she also said after getting out of Afghanistan she will use that moneyfor use in the USa to build infrastructure,education, expand military in the mainland and Hawaii and other "programs". in other words,expand the government empire in the mainland and Hawaii.

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