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  • Yes, her behavior has torn the democratic party apart.

    Debbie Wasserman Schultz has proven herself to be corrupt, incompetent, and unwilling to run a fair and impartial primary. She must resign immediately. DNC works just as hard as the GOP to shut them out of the Democratic process, as evidenced by their treatment of Sanders. I sincerely hope that Sanders will overhaul the process for true democracy, paving the way for a Green Party candidate to be on the ballot and nationally televised debates. Not to mention changing the "all or nothing" system that forces people to strategically vote for the candidate they hate less rather than one that inspires them.

  • I agree the she committed fraud.

    I believe that Debbie Wasserman Schultz committed fraud. She deliberately withheld information and proceeded to embezzle and funnel. She did not follow the rules and therefore deserves to be reprimanded. She, at the very least, deserves to have her case examined just as anyone else would if they were suspected of fraud.

  • Yes, Debbie Wasserman Schultz committed fraud.

    Yes, Debbie Wasserman Schultz committed fraud in her position as chairperson of the DNC. Emails uncovered by hackers clearly show she has been working together with Hillary Clinton since 2013 in a drive to get Clinton elected. In her position, she is supposed to be impartial for all of the democratic candidates, favoring no one. Instead, she has actively worked against the other candidates from the start, effectively rigging the democratic nomination process.

  • Bernie Sanders supporters are onto something in their suing of Debbie Wasserman Schultz

    Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the DNC chairwoman, has now been sued by a coalition of more than 100 Bernie Sanders on accusations of fraud. These supporters are right in their suit: Schultz has been underhanded during her career as the DNC chairwoman, and this is activity that should definitely be exposed.

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