Pot, meet kettle.
After months of criticism from both the Sanders and OMalley campaigns, the Democratic National Committee finally agreed on Sunday to allow more debates.
Uh, not quite.
Says the chairwoman from the party with the all-white presidential field
"Wasserman Schultzs latest jab at young women is a bridge too far."
Does he have a point?
Not to mention that almost $7 million debt.
No confidence in the Democratic frontrunner.
"Can she lead this Party?"
MRCTV.org got a chance to catch up with Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz at the first Democratic debate on Tuesday. Among the questions they asked was one relating to abortion.
"Does the Democratic Party lack diversity?"
O'Malley not happy with the DNC's protection of Hillary.
Well, I guess we're going there
Will DWS listen?
Bulletproof shield for Hillary?
The "difference," you say?
DWS does not represent American women on abortion.
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