Tulsi Gabbard’s political career and real estate interests have contributed to her remarkable net worth in 2022.
On the opening episode of her podcast, The Tulsi Gabbard Show, she declared her departure from the Democratic Party.
She made no mention of which party, though, she would subsequently join.
Here is everything you need to know if you’re curious about how Tulsi’s tremendous riches came to be.
A Look at Tulsi Gabbard’s Net Worth in 2022
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Tulsi’s estimated net worth is $500,000.
She has apparently amassed a modest fortune through real estate transactions in addition to her political career.
Forbes claims that Tulsi spent $39,000 on a home 100 miles southwest of Oklahoma City that she later sold for $110,000 and made a profit of $71,000.
She allegedly used a Veterans Affairs program to borrow $612,000 in 2014 to pay for a $600,000 property in Washington, D.C. As of 2019, the property was worth $865,000.
In addition, she apparently receives a federal pension from the government worth $200,000 for her six years on Capitol Hill.
She’s Married to Abraham Williams
Abraham Williams, a filmmaker, and Tulsi have been married since 2015. His work in The Ace, God for Broke, and The Proposal are his most well-known credits.
According to the former congresswoman, their connection and romance “grew through our shared love for the water and surfing,” she told The New York Times in 2015.
Even while they were in the water, Abraham proposed to her. There are no children in the union.
Eduardo Tamayo, an American businessman, was Tulsi’s first husband.
Politician Announces Her Exit from Democratic Party
Tulsi stated in her video that she could “no longer remain in today’s Democratic Party” as she announced her resignation.
She declared, “I can no longer stay in the Democratic Party of today.” It is now completely under the influence of an elitist cabal of warmongers motivated by cowardly weakness, who divide us by racializing every problem and fanning anti-white bigotry, and who deliberately work to undermine the freedoms that were given to us by God and are protected by our Constitution.
From 2013 until 2021, she was the 2nd congressional district of Hawaii’s U.S. representative.