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originally posted by: Gumerk
Step down HRC!
originally posted by: Nucleardoom
I have to say I love seeing this party melt down right before the convention. Can hardly wait until Michael Brown's mom speaks telling us all how he was a "good kid" and didn't deserve it. The guy was a thug who robbed a store and then went for the cops gun when the cops showed up. Is this who the Dems want representing them? A thug & his mom? And to think BLM really got rolling from this incident? That is messed up.
originally posted by: mOjOm
You should have been out a long time ago when Bernie first asked that you resign during the primaries but you lied your way out.
It means that the, first of all this is not just a one-day leak. There will be a substantial number of emails that I understand will be leaked over the next couple of days, weeks, months, because it was not a one-month breach or a two-month breach. www.breitbart.com...
originally posted by: MysticPearl
Will they show the same willingness to protest clear corruption within their party?
originally posted by: Olivine
Unfortunately, she is leaving the chair to Donna Brazille, who had this to say in one of the leaked DNC emails:
"I have no intentions of touching this. Why? Because I will cuss out the Sanders camp!"
Hillary Clinton is thanking her "longtime friend" Debbie Wasserman Schultz after the Florida congresswoman's decision to step down as chair of the Democratic National Committee. Clinton says that Wasserman Schultz will serve as honorary chair of her campaign's 50-state program to help elect Democrats around the country. The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee says she looks forward to campaigning with Wasserman Schultz in Florida "and helping her re-election bid." Clinton responded after Wasserman Schultz agreed to step down as chair at the end of this week's Democratic National Convention. The move came after the publication last week of some 19,000 hacked emails, some of which suggested the DNC was favoring Clinton during the primary season.