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Sunday , October 23 2016

Wasserman-Schultz makes it clear to fuming DNC candidates – ‘We’re not changing the process. We’re having six debates”

Leave this thing alone.

Don’t mess with the Democrats, They are used to cheating and creating new rules to get things done so just let them be. Just when you thought the DNC could not get any more dysfunctional and disorganized, it finally implodes.

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) is once again being fought by its base as Debbie Wasserman-Schultz announces today there will be no change to the Democrat presidential candidates’ debate schedule.

Last election cycle the DNC held a dozen debates, but this time they are cutting down the number of debates to only six.  They received massive amounts of pushbacks from Democratic representatives, as well as the candidates.

The party’s own candidates are speaking out angrily, some even threatening to pursue legal action.

Martin O’ Malley, Democratic candidate went as far as to say the process is rigged and the DNC is purely doing this to ensure Hillary Clinton as their candidate. He is even urging citizens to protest his party at their headquarters, using the hashtag #AllowDebate.

Last week two DNC officers even spoke out against the organization, publicly shaming Wasserman-Schultz and the DNC.

Wasserman Schultz has defended the process time and time again, standing alone on her high horse.

We all know very well the left cannot be trusted. But if they cannot function within their own party, how could they possibly work together to run this country?

The answer is simple. They cannot. So, we will continue to stand by idly, watch our superior crop of GOP candidates be successful, and let the DNC sink itself repeatedly.

H/T – TheHill

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