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I can't e-mail this creep unless my Zip code is within her Florida congressional district (Miami Beach and adjacent Miami). Maybe some Concerned Citizen will bring this open letter to her attention. She likes to send creepy angry e-mails, and I'd love to get hers. She doesn't have to tell me her Zip code.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Member, U.S. House of Representatives
ex-Chair, Democratic National Committee
You're the latest in a lifetime of pond scum who've driven me from all association with the Democratic Party since 1980.
Three generations of my family have been lifelong exclusive FDR ethnic coalition Democrats.
Do America a favor and vanish from public life.
As Florida's first Jewish member of Congress, how'd you enjoy attacking Bernie Sanders' religious beliefs? Feel good? Did you borrow that from Elizabeth Dole's last (losing) Senate campaign?
If Trump wins in November, you can proudly take a lot of the credit.
I donated to Bernie Sanders' campaign. Now I'm going to donate to Wikileaks.
registered Unenrolled voter since 1980
P.S. Stop blaming Russia. Look in the mirror.
Vleeptron and moNGO apologize for publicly cursing Debbie (geboren Deborah) Wasserman Schultz without explaining to VleeptronZ's 12 or 13 worldwide followers who the fug Debbie is exactly or vaguely.
All I'll say first is that Debbie is Very Hot in USA presidential politics the last few days. She's been flashing her great earnest smile to all the TV networks from the Democratic Convention in Philadelphia -- where hundreds of angry people are booing her and demanding she resign and flee.
Wikipedia (the free encyclopedia):
Chairperson of the Democratic National Committee
On April 5, 2011, Vice President Joe Biden announced that Wasserman Schultz was President Barack Obama's choice to succeed Tim Kaine as the 52nd Chair of the Democratic National Committee. Until she assumed office, current DNC Vice-Chair Donna Brazile served as the interim Chair of the Democratic National Committee. Wasserman Schultz was confirmed at the meeting of the DNC held on May 4, 2011, in Washington, D.C.
During an appearance on Face the Nation, Wasserman Schultz said, "The Republicans have a plan to end Medicare as we know it. What they would do is they would take the people who are younger than 55 years old today and tell them, 'You know what? You're on your own. Go and find private health insurance in the health-care insurance market.'". Four non-partisan fact-checkers called her claim false. She then came under criticism for her comments on Washington Watch with Roland Martin, in which she said, "You have the Republicans, who want to literally drag us all the way back to Jim Crow laws and literally—and very transparently—block access to the polls to voters who are more likely to vote for Democratic candidates than Republican candidates". The next day, she stated that "Jim Crow was the wrong analogy to use".
Wasserman Schultz has also been criticized for what has been termed her "frequent absences" from Congress. In 2011, she missed 62 votes of Congress, placing her 45th of 535 in missing Congressional votes. The bulk of those who missed votes did so due to family circumstances, illness, or the presidential campaign. She has been criticized for her frequent appearances on MSNBC. Dylan Ratigan accused her of coming on his show and just "doing talking points". He later was forced to apologize for being "rude".
2016 Presidential election
Clinton's opponents, Martin O'Malley and Bernie Sanders, separately criticized the decision by Wasserman Schultz to schedule only six debates in the 2016 Presidential Primary, fewer than in previous election cycles, as well as the timing of the debates.
She has been criticized for her handling of a data breach of the NGP Van system, a Democratic voter database, for shutting down access by Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign. "The national committee and the Sanders campaign said they had come to an agreement to restore his campaign’s access to the voter file, which resulted in access to the VAN system being restored the next day.
In May, MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski called on Schultz to step down over the DNC's bias against the Bernie Sanders campaign. The 2016 Democratic National Committee email leak revealed that Schultz was furious at the negative coverage of her actions in the media, and she emailed Chuck Todd that such coverage of her "must stop". Describing the coverage as the "LAST straw", she ordered the DNC's communications director to call MSNBC president Phil Griffin to demand an apology from Brzezinski.
On June 28, 2016, both Schultz and the DNC were sued by a Miami-based law firm, over allegations of misleading donors into thinking she was impartial in the endorsement contest for President.
See also: 2016 Democratic National Committee email leak
After Wikileaks published Democratic National Committee emails that proved that DNC staffers had inappropriately backed Hillary Clinton in the primary campaigns while criticizing the Bernie Sanders campaign, Wasserman Schultz tendered her resignation as the head of the DNC, to become effective as of the close of the nomination convention in Philadelphia. According to reports in the Washington Post, Wasserman Schultz strongly resisted suggestions she resign, requiring a phone call from President Barack Obama to finally force her resignation.
[Of course Donald Trump's famous signature line on his "Apprentice" reality TV show is "You're fired!"]
Former DNC head Donna Brazille was to assume the chairperson's post through January 2017. Soon after resigning, the Hillary Clinton campaign announced that Wasserman Schultz "would serve as honorary chair of the campaign's 50-state program as well as continuing as a surrogate nationally and in Florida."
(((She))) still blows dead rats. I particularly like her secret kike-bashing (((Bernie the alleged Atheist))).