Democrats are clearly planning to keep playing the “illegitimate” card on Donald Trump. Jehmu Greene is a FOX News contributor who has been active in the Democratic Party for years.
On Friday, she announced her candidacy for DNC chair. She also appeared on FOX and Friends at which time she used the word “allegedly” to describe Trump’s election.
From Real Clear Politics:
DNC Chair Candidate Jehmu Greene: Trump Was “Allegedly Elected,” Dems Have “Mandate” To Resist
HOST: What do you make of these remarks from John Lewis? Obviously, he is a Civil Rights icon, but now is claiming that Donald Trump is not legitimate. What say you?
JEHMU GREENE: He’s truth telling. I don’t think this is about just Democrats. This is Americans. Anyone with a smidgen of common sense can remember Donald Trump looking into the camera encouraging Russia to hack into our electoral process, cheerleading them on. And the idea that whatever information these members of Congress are getting out of this classified briefing had them storm out of that room makes it very clear that the decisions that the FBI made that were unprecedented to get involved in the election against Hillary Clinton, pick a winner, pick a loser when they had so much information that was so damaging. What have we been talking about since this man was allegedly elected?
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You may remember Greened from a 2012 incident on FOX News.
Jehmu Greene Calls Tucker Carlson A ‘Bow-Tying White Boy,’ Megyn Kelly Apologizes
On Thursday, America Live host Megyn Kelly brought Daily Caller co-founder Tucker Carlson and Fox News contributor Jehmu Greene on to discuss Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren’s claims to having Cherokee heritage in her background. When Greene called Carlson a “bow-tying white boy,” the panel turned heated. At the end of her program, Kelly apologized for Greene’s comments.
She’ll probably do a great job winning back all those white working class voters Democrats need.
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