One week after her presidential summon in 2020, campaign agent Delusion Gabard, D-Hawaii, hit a hole.
Gabriel apologizes Thursday for the anti-gay views he expressed in the past, her conservative upbringing.
"In my past, I said and believed that things were wrong," said Gabbard, who represents Hawaii's second area in the US House of Representatives. "Worse, they were very offensive to people from the LGBT community and their loved ones."
Saying she "grew up in a socially conservative household," Gabbard explained in her video that she was "elevated to believe that marriage should be only between man and woman," although she says she always believed, that every man is created equal in God's eyes. "So, for a period of my life, I did not see the contradiction in these beliefs," Gabbard said, explaining that she had been raised by her father , Mike Gabard, who was a legislator and a Catholic activist, "struggling against Gabard gravitated to Hinduism as his mother's religion as a teenager."
When he was a teenager, Gabard also joined his father's efforts to accept a constitutional amendment in Hawaii to ban gay marriage, and when she was elected to the state legislature in Hawaii in 2001, 21 years old, and continues the struggle, and in 2012, when Gubbard ran for Congress, she apologized for her gay advocacy
Gabbard's latest apology came six days after he announced his candidacy for president, Gabbard is not well known at national level , and in a study conducted in December by Liberal activists, it won only 2% support
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The American Democratic Representative of Hawaii, Dulli Gabard, spoke during the hearing of the Human Rights Commission Tom Lantos on the situation of the religious minorities in India at the Capitol in Washington on April 4, 2014 Several US MEPs expressed concern about the future of religious minorities in India at a hearing that critics condemned as an attempt to influence the upcoming elections. With polls that began on April 7 in the world's largest democracy, several activists who testify to the US Human Rights Committee in the US Congress have expressed fear of treating Muslims and Christians if Hindu nationalist Narendra Mody becomes the next prime minister, as predicted research. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM (19659013) The first Hindu congressman, Tulsi Gabard, spoke at the opening ceremony of Mahatma Gandhi's statue in Secauc, New Jersey on May 31, 2014 WASHINGTON, DC – March 25: Dawan Gabard (L), Representative of Tullie Gabard (C) and Emily Tish Suessman attend the ELE Annual Women's Eve in Washington, hosted by Roby Meyers, ELLE Editor-in-Chief , with Gucci in Villa Frentze, home of the Italian ambassador, on March 25, 2014 in Washington. (LR) – Representative Tulsey Gabard (D-HI) appears in the "Meet the Press" in Washington, Sunday, March 10, 2013 NOVEMBER: The elected representative, Tulsi Gabard, D-Hawaii, was present at a press conference with the Democratic recruits elected at the Capitol's Visitor Center. (Photo by Tom Williams / CQ Roll Call)