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Hey, I wonder what Jill Stein, Tulsi Gabbard, and Ron Paul are up to these days?

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Jill Stein, still on the grift

On Sunday, Feb. 19, former House Reps. Ron Paul (R-Texas) and Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) will speak at the “Rage Against the War Machine” rally at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., and call for a long-list of anti-war objectives, including stopping the arming of Ukraine, and negotiating a peace deal.

The rally, which is being organized by both the Libertarian Party and the People’s Party, will start at 12:30 p.m. at the Lincoln Memorial and will end at the White House.

The rally’s website lists the following 10 demands:

  1. Not one more penny for war in Ukraine;
  2. Negotiate peace;
  3. Stop the war inflation;
  4. Disband NATO;
  5. Global nuclear de-escalation;
  6. Slash the pentagon budget;
  7. Abolish the CIA and military-industrial deep state;
  8. Abolish war and empire;
  9. Restore civil liberties;
  10. Free Julian Assange.

Former Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas).  (Screenshot)

Former Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas). (Screenshot)

The rally’s speakers come from across the political spectrum. Notable names include Ron Paul, Tulsi Gabbard, Jill Stein, Jimmy Dore, Garland Nixon, Max Blumenthal, and Kim Iverson.

First, I refuse to believe that someone named “Garland Nixon” is a real person, as the heavy-handed wordplay involved is too characteristic of this rapidly deteriorating series. And who is Kim Iverson? Is she/he talking about practice?

Here’s the People Party’s website.

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