The former Democratic representative told Tucker Carlson that feminists are "exercising the height of hypocrisy."
The Democratic Party should should think harder about setting the bar a little bit higher.
Despite her unintentional hilarity, Tulsi Gabbard's acrimonious, public departure from the party is another reminder that Democrats must exercise a modicum of quality control for their next contested presidential nomination.
The former Hawaii congresswoman, who ran for the Democratic nomination in 2020, has confirmed she is leaving the party.
"Lot of chatter today about Tulsi joining a Trump ticket," said ring-wing commentator Jack Posobiec.
The former Hawaii congresswoman spoke about her recent "resignation" from the Democratic Party with Fox News host Tucker Carlson Tuesday night.
Gabbard claimed the Democrats are "dragging us ever closer to nuclear war."
The former congresswoman called on agents "to stand against any superior who's abusing their power to target political opponents."
The former congresswoman said Friday that the sanctions placed on Moscow for its invasion of Ukraine is "nothing short of a modern day siege."
Gabbard and Paul have both said the U.S. has provoked Russia, with Gabbard has also claiming that there are 25 dangerous biolabs in Ukraine.
The Fox News host mocked the Texas congressman while discussing his support for sending $40 billion in aid to Ukraine.
The former Democratic Representative also said that the real intention of the U.S. Government was to complete the "destruction of the Russian state."
Obama said "social media censors 'don't go far enough'" and "six days later, Homeland Security rolls out the 'Ministry of Truth,'" she tweeted Sunday.
The former presidential candidate slammed the creation of a new bureau to monitor online disinformation.
"Tulsi Gabbard is parroting false Russian propaganda," Romney had said in a March tweet that appeared to refer to comments she made about biolabs in Ukraine.
The former Democratic primary contender's criticism of President Joe Biden was discussed by Russian presenter Vladimir Solovyov.
The former congresswoman has been accused of repeating Moscow-pushed misinformation that the U.S. funded biological weapons laboratories in Ukraine.
The GOP congressman tweeted that the Fox News host "keeps loving him some Putin" as the "heroes" of Ukraine "keep fighting."
The video clip of the former Congresswoman complaining about Instagram has so far been viewed over 250,000 times.
The former congresswoman was responding to the White House turning to social media influencers to help get their message about the Ukraine war to the masses.
The comedian joined a chorus of detractors after Tulsi Gabbard spoke out about the potential threat of "U.S.-funded bio labs" in Ukraine being hit by Russia.
Gabbard insisted that she had not known who Elena Branson was when her presidential campaign received the $59 payment.
The former Democratic congresswoman was accused of being a "Russian asset" for her comments about biological labs in Ukraine.
Gabbard has come under fire in recent days for comments on biolabs in Ukraine that her detractors say gives credence to Russian propaganda.
The former congresswoman has been condemned for a video which seems to defend Russia's assertions of U.S.-funded labs in Ukraine.
The former congresswoman posted a video on Twitter Sunday morning alleging that there are "25 to 30 U.S. funded bio labs in Ukraine."
The Ukrainian president's courage in the face of Russia's onslaught has united Americans from across the political spectrum.
The former Democratic Congresswoman has previously appeared to defend Putin, citing the Russian leader's security concerns about NATO expansion.
The former Democratic congresswoman said NATO membership for Ukraine should be taken "off the table."
Gabbard, a vocal critic of President Joe Biden, is one of just a few Democrats who have taken the stage at CPAC.