Once the light shines on the corruption and cronyism the perpetrators run for the nearest exits as if that will make it all disappear. They might be in for a big surprise.
Given the number of angry voters on both right and left alike it's hard to believe that the Democratic Establishment will get a pass rather than suffer the fate of their Republican counterparts.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz, long under fire for the appearance of partiality toward Hillary Clinton in the Democratic presidential primaries, will step down as the party's national chairwoman at the end of its convention this week, she announced Sunday.
The announcement came after internal emails newly disclosed by Wikileaks revived the long-running suspicions of supporters of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders that the Florida congresswoman had tilted the scales in favor of Hillary Clinton.
On eve of convention, embattled DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz says she'll step down