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Democrats Attack Donna Brazile; Could It Be Racism?

Donna Brazile, a trusted and long-time part of Democrat politics who served for a period as Hillary’s hand-picked chairperson for the DNC, is now being called a kook and a liar since her recent book exposed Hillary’s and the DNC’s rigging of the 2016 Democrat presidential primary election. Is this unprecedented abuse of a Democrat big-wig because Ms Brazile’s a woman who has gotten too pushy, or because of her dark skin color and the fact that she has gotten uppity with her white handlers? One is only asking. Whatever the reason, she has gone from being the Democrat mouthpiece to being the Democrat’s whipping-donkey.

Aside from the fact that Ms Brazile should have exposed all of the DNC tricks and Hillary’s personal traits and her official misbehavior during the election, so poor old Bernie could get a fair shake and so the Democrat voters could be allowed to see the real workings of a future Hillary administration, the book is a welcome burst of sunshine on the left. But she delayed her principles until after the election, in which she and her party were rejected by the American people because we already knew of Hillary’s absolute crookedness. And there is no reason to doubt the truth of Ms Brazile’s new book.

It’s logical to believe the revelations in the new book because everyone knows that Hillary is a creep and a nasty person, and we all saw the rigging of the Democrat primary campaign against her opponent, plus Donald Trump made the primary rigging a major part of his speeches during the entire campaign season.

Hillary is a revoltingly distasteful person, but because the liberal networks and the leftist media love her and her politics, they kept her behavior under cover, so she has been able to get away with it, until now. But now she has a trusted Democrat insider exposing the unlawful and unprincipled practices of the Democrat party.

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Dave King

Retired AT&T supervisor.

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