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After Hacker Releases DAMNING Emails, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz Gets Some BAD News

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A hacker by the name of Guccifer 2.0 gained access to the Democrat National Committee’s email servers and obtained over 20,000 emails, many of which were quite damning to the party. After those emails were released, the party’s chair, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, received some rather bad news.

It’s a sad indictment on the Democrat Party that it was exposed for intentionally trying to thwart the will of the people and all but guarantee that Hillary Clinton secured the nomination, and voters likely aren’t too happy about it. Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz was one of many who were implicated in the emails for coordinating the party’s efforts to rally behind Hillary and do whatever was necessary to ensure a win, and now it appears as if she’s paying a steep price for it.

On Monday, the Democrats will hold Hillary’s coronation in Philadelphia, but it’s going to be absent one major speaker who had planned to address the crowd – its chairwoman. Yeah, apparently Democrat leadership thinks it’s a better idea if she doesn’t try to deliver a speech about unity, justice, or any of the other platitudes they rely on to court voters since she was caught actively working against them during the primaries.

According to a CNN source close to the DNC, the decision was made in order to “keep the peace” within the party. As a result of Debbie’s disgusting deeds during the primaries, her only role at the convention will be to “gavel in and gavel out.”

“She’s been quarantined,” a top Democrat told CNN.

One of the more disturbing emails suggested having “someone” question Sanders’ belief in God, as if to paint him as atheist, which the Party believed would help Hillary in Southern states. Of course, GOP nominee for President Donald Trump didn’t let the scandal, one of many from the Democrats as a whole in the past eight years, go without comment.

After learning about the twisted plot to sabotage Sanders’ campaign, his campaign manager Jeff Weaver said he was “disappointed,” and called for someone to pay the price for it.

“Someone does have to be held accountable,” Weaver said during an interview with ABC News. “We spent 48 hours of public attention worrying about who in the [Donald] Trump campaign was going to be held responsible for the fact that some lines of Mrs. Obama’s speech were taken by Mrs. Trump. Someone in the DNC needs to be held at least as accountable as the Trump campaign.”

Sadly, Sanders had been accusing the party, led by dipstick Debbie, of playing favorites and actively working against him during the primaries. Unfortunately, he couldn’t prove it, but the recent email dump confirmed the worst suspicions from Sanders and his supporters.

“Everybody is disappointed that much of what we felt was happening at the DNC was, in fact, happening, that you had, in this case, a clear example of the DNC taking sides and looking to place negative information into the political process,” said Weaver.

Sanders supporters plan on going to Philly to protest the convention and disrupt its proceedings. It’s doubtful that simply denying Wasserman-Schultz a speaking role will placate them in the least, which means that police and security are likely going to have their hands full.

After all, these are the same people who all but destroyed public parks during the Occupy protests, rampaged through Ferguson after they didn’t get what they wanted in a criminal case, and have otherwise caused chaos and destruction everywhere they go. So good luck, law enforcement in Philly, unfortunately you’re going to need it.

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