“They have winner take all. They don’t have the kind of democracy that we see on the Democratic side, and for people to use Russian talking points to sew division among Americans.”
Fireworks exploded on Fox News after Ed Henry and Sandra Smith asked former DNC Chairwoman Donna Brazile about comments made by GOP Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel over the chaos within the Democratic primary.
Guess what came up? RUSSIA, RUSSIA, RUSSIA!
McDaniel said: “I don’t see anybody getting out soon, and its leaning toward a potential brokered convention, which will be rigged against Bernie if those superdelegates have their way on that second vote.”
Honestly, it’s looking like 2016 again with the Democrats rallying around former Vice President Joe Biden as Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) remains on top.
Brazile had enough:
“First of all, stay the hell out of our race. Stay the hell out of our race,” Brazile began, addressing Republicans in general. “I get sick and tired, Ed and Sandra, of listening to Republicans tell me and the Democrats about our process. First of all, they don’t have a process. They are canceling primaries. They have winner take all. They don’t have the kind of democracy that we see on the Democratic side, and for people to use Russian talking points to sew division among Americans — that is stupid.”
Brazile then turned her ire directly on McDaniel, adding, “So Ronna, go to hell. This is not about — go to hell. I’m tired of it, Ed. We are not trying to prevent anyone from becoming the nominee. If you have the delegates and win, you will win.”
“This notion that somehow or another Democrats are out there trying to put hurdles or roadblocks before one candidate, that’s stupid,” Brazile concluded, adding, “I know what’s going on. They are scared of Democrats coming together to defeat Donald Trump. They need to be focusing on what we’re focusing on in the Democratic Party, and that is preventing foreign interference in our elections. Stop using Russian talking points, madam chairwoman, period. Stop using it.”
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