Tulsi Gabbard was most-searched Democrat on Google but TRUMP won the Twitter sweepstakes

BRINKWIRE | August 09, 2019

Tulsi Gabbard was most-searched Democrat on Google but TRUMP won the Twitter sweepstakes
There was no clear winner on the second night of the Democratic debates in Detroit, but Tulsi Gabbard appeared to have the most impact online when she became the most search candidate on Google. The Hawaii representative’s performance peaked when she went head-to-head with California Senator, and front runner candidate, Kamala Harris on her record prosecuting low-level marijuana offenders. She also criticized Harris for denying justice to wrongly convicted death row inmates. ‘In the case of those who are on death row – innocent people – you actually blocked evidence from being revealed that would have freed them, until you were forced to do so,’ Gabbard charged.

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In 1995, President Clinton and the Republican Congress were unable to come to an agreement over funding for Medicare, education and other government services. In result, government services were cut and federal workers were furloughed in a 21-day shutdown that started on December 16, 1995.