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2020 Candidate Tulsi Gabbard Issues Apology To LGTBQ Groups

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2020 Candidate Tulsi Gabbard Issues Apology To LGTBQ Groups

2020 Candidate Tulsi Gabbard Issues Apology To LGTBQ Groups

Gabbard recently announced her candidacy for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.

Since then, the congressman has been ripped for past statements and actions against the LGTBQ community.

According to Business Insider, she opposed a bill legalizing same-sex civil unions in 2004.

Gabbard also worked for an anti-gay organization in the early 2000s which is led by her father.

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