The WikiLeaks cables have been a conservative’s best friend.
They affirmed that President George W. Bush did not lie about Iraq. WikiLeaks proved that armed personnel continued searching for WMD. Of course, the Washington Post reported on the immense discovery of WMD materials in 2005, but that standard was not good enough for the “Bush Lied. People Died” crowd.
They have exposed the corrupt, disingenuous collusion of the mainstream media with the Democratic Party. The DNC fed false narratives about North Carolina’s common-sense bathroom ordinance, among other issues.
WikiLeaks just washed away the smug sense of innocent ignorance which the Democratic Party wrapped around itself for the past four decades.
With the latest grand rapids of revelations, that the DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz was not an impartial force in the Democratic primary--a new mantra was born:
“Debbie Lied. Hillary’s Fried.”
“Debbie Lied. The Democratic Party Died.”
Then I found another slogan, advertised on the posters of outraged Democratic activists booing: “Thanks for the ‘help’, Debbie!”
Can someone get me a copy of that sign? Schultz really has helped … the Republicans, and by extension this country.
But first, some background.
Election 2008 left a lingering retinue of blind feminists who demanded the first woman president. The media has been propping up the flagging corpse of the Hillary Clinton brand for the past two decades, determined to keep the Clinton charisma—lawless yet favored, unruly yet popular—at the top of the Democratic ticket.
From 2015 to now, months of intrigue, machinations, and pro-Hillary interventionism throughout the Democratic primary have all come to light. The Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz was working behind the scenes to ensure that Hillary Clinton became the Democratic Party’s next presidential nominee, the democratic process notwithstanding.
So, the DNC was cheating, breaking the rules, violating the principles of their own party to get their queen elected to the throne. Let’s be honest: the Weekend at Bernie’s crowd knew that the DNC was not playing fair. Reporters have been reporting all the upset from these hard-core populist socialists.
Communist Van Jones denounced Debbie, and would have preferred Reince Priebus run the DNC.
As mentioned, Bernie supporters booed Debbie at the Florida Democratic Party convention.
They also booed minority leader Nancy Pelosi, who has presided over the incredible, shrinking Democratic constituency in Congress. In the U.S. Senate, Minority Leader Harry Reid is retiring, with his gambling-labor union-mobocracy political machine in complete shambles all over the Silver State. A Republican will replace him in November. Democrats have plenty of reasons to be unhappy.
And it all comes back to Little Debbie’s big fat Democratic mess.
Under her tenure, the Democratic Party has degenerated into the most un-democratic political organization on record. Perhaps the Russian politburo can boast of a more open, honest, and transparent record. They are despotic elites with no interest in the common man.
The liberal-progressives’ pretense of helping the little guy and pushing back against the 1 percent has gone down the drain with WikiLeaks’ revelations.
And now, the Democratic Party’s full-blown implosion lies before us.
Again, whom should we applaud for this slow-moving self-destruction?
Thank you, Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
Her East Coast lip, while playing up South Coast Florida hip, has landed her in quite a trip of trouble.
The WikiLeaks are adding a slow-drip torture to the Democratic Party’s chances of winning in November.
Wasserman Schultz was tipping her hand the whole time for Hillary Clinton. Forget Clinton Cash. How about Clinton Capitulation?
Then again, the premonitions were agitating many of us.
The Democratic Party convention in Nevada was a precursor for so much worse. I had no idea how bad, though. Disgusted and disenfranchised populists in Nevada simply wanted their party chairwoman to play by the rules. She didn’t. “I’m with her” has been the not-so-subtle agenda of the reigning Democratic political class.
Now, after the tens of thousands of emails dumped by Assange and Co. we find that Little Debbie wasn’t leveling the Democratic playing field for all the candidates.
Of course, the inklings of pro-Hillary unfair play were playing out before us much earlier. The first Democratic Party debate featured five candidates, but Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii chose to resign as Vice-Chair because she was endorsing Bernie Sanders. She also protested that other qualified presidential candidates were not included on the debate state.
At least she was honest.
Then the remarks from Jim Webb, former U.S. Senator from Virginia, called out the “Hillary-all-the-way” slanted forum, where Clinton got to run off at the mouth, while the only candidate within the Democratic Party with any semblance of sanity on that stage was ignored.
The remaining debates featured Hillary and Bernie going back and forth. All the while, little Debbie made sure that their heated word-scrums were broadcasted on weekends, at inopportune times when fewer people would be watching.
Some of the revelations in the WikiLeaks docu-dump were particularly enlightening, but mostly because they were telling us what we kinda, sorta already knew, but couldn’t quite prove.
I believed that Republicans would win the White House in 2016. I had supposed that another candidate would be leading the way. But regardless of the top of the GOP ticket, the Democratic Party finds itself falling apart, wracked with illegitimacy, compounded by Debbie’s promotion to the Clinton campaign.
Bernie supporters and disaffected partisans took over the DNC convention. Elijah Cummings, the chairman of the DNC Platform committee, faced the “No TPP” rants from a disappointed Bernie set. They chanted “Lies! Lies” over former defense secretary Leon Panetta’s comments. They booed the permanent committee chairwoman Marcia Fudge into silence.
A democratic insurgency is exposing the latent corruption of their anti-Democratic party.
And I am loving every minute of it.
Thanks for the help, Debbie. Really!