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Hillary Clinton, who spent the entirety of her presidential primary campaign battling allegations over her improper use of a personal email server while secretary of state, once again faces an email headache just days before her crowning as the Democratic presidential nominee.
This time, the leak of thousands of emails from the Democratic National Committee, some of which indicated an anti-Bernie Sanders bias at the very top of the organization, led to the resignation of Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
Some "resignation." Because now Debbie's working directly for Hillary. Assuming, of course, she wasn't already doing that at the DNC.
Clinton emailed supporters and said that Schultz would join the campaign as "honorary chair" of the 50-state program to ensure Democrats win elections nationwide.
Sure Debbie got booed off the stage in Philadelphia this morning, but hey, she'll be perfect as Hillary's surrogate on the campaign trail!
The weekend email dump is damaging, to say the least. And it puts paid to any notion that Hillary's home-brew email server wasn't breached. Because if the DNC can be hacked, you can bet your bottom dollar an unprotected server in a closet was compromised, more than once.
So, we now know the DNC was totally in the tank for Hillary, disparaging Bernie at every opportunity. How's that endorsement working out for you now Senator?
Speaking of paid surrogates, the leader of Black Lives Matter, DeRay McKesson was literally on Debbie's payroll. And here I'll bet you thought BLM was just a grassroots movement that sprung up spontaneously right before this election.
The hits, they just keep on coming.
We also learned that while Hillary will spend the week lamenting how money in politics in bad, at the DNC money talks. DWS perfected pay-to-play; if you don't pay, you don't get to play.
The documents reveal the specific benefits being offered to the Democratic Party's wealthiest supporters as they gather to officially nominate Hillary Clinton for president.
Those benefits will include opportunities to advance donors' interests in closed-door meetings with top policymakers, even as Clinton decries the influence of money in the American political process.
Documents detailing the various convention donor packages were attached to some of the 20,000 emails obtained in a hack of the Democratic National Committee released last week by the group Wikileaks. The release has plunged the party into turmoil.
All of which again led Hillary to decry how she's held to a different standard than "everybody else." The FBI would certainly agree…
On the one hand, I'm surprised she admits to having any standards at all. But c'mon, holding politicians' feet to the fire is a time-honored tradition of democracies everywhere. Hillary has spent her life skipping from scandal to scandal, and now it's a newsflash when someone questions her credibility?
But that's one of feminism's hypocrisies, and great paradox of Hillary's quest
to be Vagina In Chief. They want to be equal to men, until they're treated just
like another man, at which point they either cry, faint, or shout "misogyny."
So man-up Hillary. Because the scrutiny you're getting is par for the course
with Republicans, men and women. Ask Sarah Palin.
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