DNC Chair Donna Brazile has yet to apologize for her cheating ways…she owes Bernie Sanders an apology and she owes Bernie Sanders supporters an apology.
Brazile continues to deny any wrong doing trying to place blame on Russia, or on some sort of “Christian woman persecution” conspiracy.
Unfortunately none of Brazile’s action were very Christian. She was part of a Democratic plan to steal the party’s election right from under Sanders. She cheated, Sanders lost, and Brazile was rewarded with the DNC interim Chair.
The entire Democratic primary was one big waste of time…a complete farce, and with each Wikileaks release, more of Donna Brazile’s cheating ways are exposed…
Democratic National Committee interim chairwoman Donna Brazile has already lost her contributor contract with CNN for leaking questions from a CNN town hall to the Clinton campaign. Monday night’s WikiLeaks release of emails from the personal account of Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta reveals Brazile sent even more questions ahead of the event, one that went to Hillary Clinton, the other was asked of Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.
On the day before the event, Brazile sent the following under the heading “UNIONS.”
Secretary Clinton, yesterday in St. Louis, you spoke at carpenters and others “who built this nation.” Both you and Senator Sanders depend on big union support. President Obama pushed for a massive infrastructure bill that would mean millions of jobs for in this area. Yet many of these trade unions have locked out Blacks and other minorities for years. Will you call a meeting with them before November, and if you win, when you are president, to demand that the trade unions stop freezing Blacks and others from these good paying jobs?
The official transcript of the town hall on CNN’s website has Roland Martin, one of the moderators, saying:
Secretary Clinton, yesterday you were in St. Louis, and you talked about carpenters and the rebuilding of the country, the folks who built this nation.
And, both you and Senator Sanders have significant union support, yet many of the trade unions that — we walk about built the country, they’ve locked out black folks and other minorities for decades. Would you, even right now, and even as president, call a meeting with the trade unions and say it’s time for you to open up those doors and bring in more African-Americans and Hispanics, and others be because those are high-paying jobs. And, if we keep saying rebuild America with a huge infrastructure and billions of dollars, they’re the ones who are going to do it. And, black folks and others are going to be left on the outside looking in.
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