O'Malley: Limited Debate Schedule Proves Dems 'Fear the Future'

Cortney O'Brien
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Posted: Oct 10, 2015 12:00 PM
O'Malley: Limited Debate Schedule Proves Dems 'Fear the Future'
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley has barely cracked 1 percent in most 2016 election polls. That's why he is especially looking forward to the Democratic Party's first presidential debate this Tuesday night. O'Malley has often called for more visibility leading up to the Democratic primary, yet the DNC has not budged in its decision to only hold six debates. The governor believes this is an intentional plot to protect the "inevitable" nominee, Hillary Clinton. In September, he had no problem calling out DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz herself for 'rigging' the campaign.

He voiced the complaint again on Friday:

“It would appear to me that they’re trying to circle the wagons around this year’s inevitable front-runner,” he said of Clinton’s presidential campaign. "I think it shows a lot of fear about the future.”

The Democrats perhaps should be fearful about next year's election. Hillary is facing a serious investigation into whether she mishandled classified information on a private server and compromised national security. Because of the ongoing inquiry, the electorate doesn't trust her. Meanwhile, her attempts to appear likeable and down to earth have been poor at best, proving she can't stray from her precious talking points even on late night talk shows. 

She's their frontrunner? I'd be scared too.