Evidence Emerges That Debbie Wasserman Schultz May Have Tried To Rig Her Election
Beware of any Democrat in charge of an election outcome.
Well, it’s not even a hop, skip and jump from this point to Debbie Wasserman Schultz completely rigging the outcome.
If she broke state and federal election laws, she should no longer have her freedom! If a normal everyday American did it they’d already been in Federal prison.
— Deplorable News (@DeplorableNews) May 16, 2018
Remember Debbie Wasserman Schultz?
Yes, I know, you’d like to forget her as she fades into obscurity — particularly when evidence emerges that she may have tried to rig an election.
Wasserman Schultz, a Florida Democrat, may be beloved by family members, but that’s pretty much it. Rank-and-file Democrats detest her for her god-awful handling of the Democratic National Committee’s top role — a position she was forced to resign from after email hacks and numerous scandals. The party’s left fringe believes Wasserman Schultz and her retinue have engaged in pretty sketchy behavior to keep them down.
Now, I know that supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders do indulge in some tinfoil haberdashery from time to time. However, this conspiracy claim appears to have some legitimacy.
See, Florida has some fairly strict “sunshine” laws when it comes to public transparency, and this spills over to elections. So, when Wasserman Schultz faced a difficult primary challenge in 2016 and won with 58 percent of the vote, it was well within the rights of challenger Tim Canova to request a recount of the ballots.
The only problem is that after much stalling, it turns out the ballots had been destroyed. As in, very illegally. More
She’s as crooked and sleazy as HRC
— Tom (@twmccarroll) May 16, 2018
Why do we have nothing but news stories and “investigations”? No indictments! Whether it’s DWS, HRC, BHO, Comey, Waters, McCain, et al, there’s never any closure! It all just goes on & on, year after year, with a new scandal emerging and the previos one fading away…
— Donald Toth (@daddytoth) May 16, 2018