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Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s primary challenger is planning to file a complaint with the Federal Election Commission alleging that she used DNC resources to target his campaign. Is there widespread corruption in the DNC?

Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s primary challenger is planning to file a complaint with the Federal Election Commission alleging that she used DNC resources to target his campaign. Is there widespread corruption in the DNC?
  • Schultz at least

    Debbie Wasserman Schultz will be more guilty than anyone if Trump wins the election. She is already guilty of chronic incompetence, having let the Tea Party run roughshod over the primaries in 2010, and her own campaign is, unsurprisingly, filled with that same level of stupidity and lack of awareness about the current political landscape.

  • The DNC is corrupt.

    There has been overwhelming evidence that there is a lot of corruption inside of the DNC. You can't argue with emails, and the DNC's plan to get rid of Sanders was awful, especially because they were targeting his religion. Kaine gave up his DNC chair to Wasserman, and now he's the VP nominee. That's definitely not a coincidence!

  • NO, there is not.

    There might be some truth to the charges being filled, but that does not mean that the DNC is any more corrupt than any other organization filled with millions of people who are involved in high stakes political campaigns or other high stakes competitions. One bad egg does not mean you have to throw out the whole dozen.

  • I don't believe there is wide-spread corruption in the DNC.

    Campaign funds are used for a variety of things during an election year by both the Republicans and the Democrats. That is politics. Alleging that funds were used to single out a Republican adversary is nothing more than a means of diverting attention from another issue and making the Democrats look bad. This is not a sign of wide-spread corruption, if that is the case, then the Republicans are just as guilty of it as the Democrats.


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