Emails Not An Election Issue Says DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman-Shultz [VIDEO]

Hillary Clinton’s email and server are not an issue per Democrat National Convention Chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz. I guess that she has not been paying attention to current events. But living in denial is pretty common for the progressive left. Hit them with facts and they either change the subject or blame Bush. Well, Debbie, there are multiple investigations going on right now and the FBI is heading it up. If the “fix” is not in, then the emails are and will be an issue. 

 

 

AS WRITTEN BY JAZZ SHAW for HOT AIR: 

DNC Chair: This election isn’t about Hillary Clinton’s emails:

For someone who claims that the Democrats are in the cat bird’s seat in terms of winning the election this fall, DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz certainly seems to have a chip on her shoulder. She enjoys going on camera with friendly media outlets and talking about Republican “dysfunction” and her party’s excellent positioning for the general election. But if you ask her about Hillary Clinton’s looming legal problems over her email scandal, her tone changes quickly. That’s what happened this week when she went on Fox News and had the obvious and uncomfortable question put to her yet again.

“There is an investigation, period. “ Schultz continued, “I thought she [Hillary Clinton] was right to say she is comfortable, 100% confident that there is no issue there and that she has been completely transparent and she handled the email process correctly and according to the letter of the law.”

She added, “She has released 55,000 pages of emails; This election is not about Hillary Clinton’s emails, her opponent Bernie Sanders has said that. It’s about whether or not we are going to be able to help people who feel like they are not on the firmest ground right now, have more confidence and be able to make sure they can help their kids be better off and make sure they can make the middle class.”

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