Friday, February 19, 2016

WASSERMAN-SCHULTZ HAS HER "ROMNEY" MOMENT

 We have all heard Mitt Romeny on tape, writing off 47% of the Electorate and branding them losers. What he said was vicious and volatile but expected from a Republican pander to people who paid $50,000.00 to listen to that garbage

It's not something one would expect from a Democrat,let alone the Chairperson of the Democratic National Committee.

The topic was "super delegates" and the question DWS was asked in a CNN interview was;

“What do you tell voters who are new to the process who say this makes them feel like it’s all rigged?” Tapper asked the DNC chair.

Her response was remarkably both candid and alarming;

“Unpledged delegates exist really to make sure that party leaders and elected officials don’t have to be in a position where they are running against grassroots activists,” Wasserman Schultz calmly explained. 

Grassroots activists? Is that DNC code for Bernie Sanders?

Because of this system, the Washington Post points out, Sanders could technically win the primary election, earning a majority of the 1,670 delegates determined by actual voting, but still lose the Democratic Party’s nomination, if Clinton gets most of the party’s 712 unelected unpledged delegates.

Critics have begun to ask why this undemocratic system exists. CNN’s Jake Tapper posed precisely this question to Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, an ally of Hillary Clinton who co-chaired her former presidential; campaign, in a Feb. 11 interview. She responded with shockingly blunt honesty.