“Hillary Clinton has so many leaks, she orders adult diapers wholesale.”
If American comedians weren’t liberal stooges and clones, you might hear more jokes like that. However, they and their fellow leftists in the rest of the media are busy trying to distract from Clinton’s many crimes and misdeameanors rather than highlight them.
On the topic of leaks: Yet another Wikileaks document dump has revealed even more scandalous behavior on the part of the Democratic Party. This time, Bernie Sanders’ still-loyal supporters will be outraged all over again:
The latest release reveals current DNC chair Donna Brazile, when working as a DNC vice chair, forwarded to the Clinton campaign a January 2016 email obtained from the Bernie Sanders campaign, released by Sarah Ford, Sanders’ deputy national press secretary, announcing a Twitter storm from Sanders’ African-American outreach team. “FYI” Brazile wrote to the Clinton staff. “Thank you for the heads up on this Donna,” replied Clinton campaign spokesperson Adrienne Elrod.
The Democratic Party’s virtual sabotage of Bernie Sanders’ campaign remains a sore spot for his dedicated followers, and this Wikileaks hack confirms their contention (one also made by Donald Trump) that their candidate’s campaign was doomed from the start thanks to the inner machinations of the party. For example:
Former Clinton Foundation director, Darnell Strom of the Creative Artist Agency, wrote a condescending email to Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard after she resigned from the DNC to endorse Bernie Sanders, which he then forwarded to Clinton campaign staff. “For you to endorse a man who has spent almost 40 years in public office with very few accomplishments, doesn’t fall in line with what we previously thought of you. Hillary Clinton will be our party’s nominee and you standing on ceremony to support the sinking Bernie Sanders ship is disrespectful to Hillary Clinton,” wrote Strom.
This kind of dressing down reveals the loathing between the two camps during the run for the nomination. Insiders who think that former Sanders supporters will dutifully vote for Clinton in November may be in for an unpleasant surprise.