The Dam Breaks: The Democrats Turn on Hillary 

The Democrats Turn on Hillary after years of adoration and praise. Hillary has lost all her luster and is no longer wanted in the Democrat circles. But Hillary lingers still. You can hear the Democrats wailing: 

Yesterday at the top of the stairs,

I saw that Hillary wasn’t there.

She wasn’t there again today.

I wish that Hillary would go away.

Thanks to revelations by Donna Brazile, she may go away sooner than later.

As Written by DAVID FRENCH for the National Review:

One of the most mystifying aspects of the 2016 election has been the short-term elevation of Hillary Clinton. She somehow went from being the “most qualified presidential candidate in history” to a spiritual figure, a person with a mystical presence. She walks the woods. She grants or denies absolution. When she speaks, grown women weep.

Or at least they did yesterday. Today, things changed.

Remember Donna Brazile? She’s the former CNN contributor and interim chairman of the Democratic National Committee. She last dominated the headlines in October of 2016, when a leaked email revealed she’d fed CNN debate questions to Hillary’s campaign in March of that year. (She took the job as interim DNC chairwoman, which she’d briefly held in 2011 as well, in July.) CNN forced her to resign as a contributor, but before the election Brazile was anything but apologetic. Here’s her comment on November 7, 2016 — the day before Hillary’s loss:

“My conscience — as an activist, a strategist — is very clear,” the interim chair of the Democratic National Committee said Monday during a satellite radio interview with liberal activist and SiriusXM host Joe Madison. She added that “if I had to do it all over again, I would know a hell of a lot more about ……


Donna Brazile’s Politico Article Turns Democrats Against Hillary Clinton | National Review

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