‘I Was Not Invited’: Tulsi Gabbard Says DNC Did Not Ask Her To Participate ‘In Any Way’

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Tulsi Gabbard confirmed that she did not receive an invitation to participate in the Democratic National Convention, despite that she herself is a democrat, according to The Daily Caller.

A spectator noticed Gabbard’s absence and took to Twitter about it.

“Reminder : @TulsiGabbard was 1 of 7 candidates that earned delegates during the Presidential primary. It has been a tradition that spanned decades for any candidate who earned a delegate to be offered a speaking slot at the convention. Tulsi was not invited.”

“You’re correct – I was not invited to participate in any way,” Gabbard replied.

CNN anchor Jake Tapper followed up on the situation, confirming with Gabbard that she had not been asked to participate. “She was not told why,” Tapper tweeted. “She’s currently on a plane headed to Alaska, on her way to an Army Reserve mission to help out a small Alaska Native tribe with some critical infrastructure issues.”

Even more curious, Gabbard publicly endorsed Joe Biden when she dropped out of the 2020 presidential race.

More from Daily Caller:

Earlier in the campaign, Gabbard had challenged the DNC to allow her to debate, arguing that arbitrary rule changes had kept her off the stage — and a sudden reversal of those rules had allowed former Republican New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.