Forget Russia. There are other questions Tulsi Gabbard needs to answer. As reported by Nick Grube in September, she has sent over a half million dollars of campaign donations to a guy living on a remote island, supposedly for him to be her internet consultant.
Federal Election Commission records show that between 2013 and 2019 Gabbard’s congressional and presidential campaigns have paid out more than $531,000 to Robinson, Honu Creative and Northwest Digital.
Gabbard and her campaign staff have refused to talk about Robinson and what specifically he has done to earn hundreds of thousands of dollars, especially how effective he can really be on a presidential campaign while living and working in a remote Pacific Northwest village.
In a follow up, Nick Grube attempted to speak with Robinson by going to the remote island cabin Robinson supposedly lives in, a cabin which is owned by the Science of Identity Foundation.
We did get a two-paragraph email from Gabbard’s campaign that said she was following campaign law and that people have a right to worship however they want. Of course, that wasn’t what we asked her. But then she knew that.
This was never a story about religion. It’s always been about following the money. We believe she owes it to the people who trusted her to explain where it’s gone.