She's a former Democrat Congresswoman. She's a former Democrat presidential candidate. She's an Iraq war veteran. And she's backing a Republican US Senate candidate in Montana- a fellow veteran named Tim Sheehy.

Tulsi Gabbard and Tim Sheehy are holding big rallies in Kalispell and Bozeman on Thursday. Earlier this week, Gabbard joined high profile female athletes like Riley Gaines and others at a rally in Whitefish to "Take Back Title IX" and save women's sports from the radical transgender agenda.

She joined us Wednesday morning on the radio to call out liberal Senator Jon Tester (D-MT) and talk about why she, a former Democrat Congresswoman, is backing Republican and Navy SEAL veteran Tim Sheehy.

Gabbard says that "at a time where there is so much hyper partisanship and divisiveness, there are fundamental principles that we must come together around as Americans."   

Tulsi Gabbard: "One of those fundamental principles we need to stand together on is the principle of objective truth. And the subject of the rally with Riley Gaines and others was the objective truth of the biological differences between men and women and boys and girls, and that we need to stand together for equality and fairness for women and girls in sports and education. Something that President Biden has just taken an egregious step to destroy Title IX, which provided that equal playing field over 50 years ago. And by the way, whose actions Senator Jon Tester here supports. We must come together- men and women, boys and girls, and stand together for objective truth and for our women and girls who are seeing opportunities taken away from them through Joe Biden's destruction of Title IX." 


Full audio of our conversation with Tulsi Gabbard on "Montana Talks with Aaron Flint" is below: 

By the way, here's the details to attend the rallies with Tulsi Gabbard and Tim Sheehy:

Thursday June 13

2 FREE Rallies in Kalispell and Bozeman

Kalispell Rally at 8:30 am at Snowline Acres

Free ticket required at entry:

Bozeman Rally is at 3:30 pm at Rockin TJ Ranch

Free ticket required at entry:


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