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Democratic National Committee Purges All Staff #DNC

Michelle Moons, All Democratic National Committee staffers have been asked to submit their resignations amidst party turmoil, according to a new report. Narrowly elected DNC Chairman Tom Perez assumed the post in late February. Immediately after his election, staff were asked to submit their resignations by April 15, according to NBC News. The report cited “multiple sources

Plot thickens in probe of House IT contractors

A criminal investigation into IT contractors employed by dozens of House Democrats is sparking broader concerns about continuing access to sensitive government emails, amid new allegations of illicit activity beyond Capitol Hill. The investigation was announced last month by the U.S. Capitol Police and purportedly focuses on the contractors’ access to House computers and whether

Wasserman Schultz grills FBI chief over Russian hacking issue in closed-door meeting

The former chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee who was forced to step down last year over her own leaked emails grilled FBI Director James Comey Friday during a closed-door meeting on alleged Russian interference during the election, Fox News confirmed. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., served as chairwoman the for over five years but

Democratic Party says it was hacked again, blames Russians

The head of the Democratic National Committee said on Tuesday the organization had been hacked by Russian state-sponsored agents who were trying to influence the U.S. presidential election, after a similar leak in July roiled the party. A link to the documents was posted on WikiLeaks’ Twitter account and attributed to alleged hacker Guccifer 2.0.

Wasserman Schultz fights to hold onto House seat, on big primary day

Debbie Wasserman Schultz is fighting Tuesday to hold onto her House seat after losing her post atop the Democratic National Committee last month over a leaked email scandal, amid warnings from her primary challenger that she’s taken her base “for granted.” First-time candidate Tim Canova, a law professor backed by Bernie Sanders, is trying to

Sanders Too Late to Swing His Supporters to Clinton

Rob Garver, The Fiscal Times  It’s beginning to look as though Bernie Sanders may have waited too long to start turning the battleship. The Vermont senator, who ran second to Hillary Clinton in the Democratic presidential primary, is trying to convince his army of passionate supporters to get in line behind Clinton and her recently

Washington Post Covers Up Superdelegate’s Hatred for Bernie Sanders

Kurt Nimmo, DNC emails reveal depth of animosity.   It looks like The Washington Post has not bothered to read the DNC emails. On Monday, following the resignation of Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the newspaper declared “Donna Brazile is an obvious choice as interim chair of the Democratic National Committee.” This is the same DNC apparatchik

Both Sanders and Trump Supporters Agree, Hillary Clinton Belongs behind bars

Alexandra Klausner, Bernie Sanders supporters and Donald Trump fans have at least one thing in common – they want Hillary Clinton behind bars. A group of disheartened Sanders backers chanted and waved signs outside an Info Wars sponsored van emblazoned with the slogan, “Hillary for Prison 2016,” according to Kayla Epstein of the Washington Post.

New DNC boss also bashed Sanders in leaked emails

Donna Brazile, the longtime strategist tapped to take over the Democratic National Committee, may have her own set of problems as she scrambles to unite the party following the explosive email scandal that led to Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s resignation as chairwoman. The party is in turmoil at the start of their national convention after leaked

Sanders supporters boo as he urges them to elect Clinton U.S. president

Bernie Sanders on Monday urged his supporters to back Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in her White House bid, drawing jeers and shouts of “We want Bernie” in a show of discord as the party kicked off its national convention. The boos underscored the deeply felt anger his convention delegates feel at both Clinton’s win and

Sanders, delegates to meet privately amid lingering angst

Amid lingering angst over the primary process, Bernie Sanders has a chance to encourage his supporters to embrace party unity. Sanders is set to meet privately with supporters Monday before the start of the Democratic National Convention. Sanders backers have expressed frustration over the nominating procedures, the party platform and party leadership, with some suggesting

Sanders backers plan convention protests, adding to chaotic kick-off

The Democrats’ convention kicking off Monday still faces the potential for rowdy protests from Bernie Sanders delegates and supporters, despite the ouster of Democratic National Committee leader Debbie Wasserman Schultz serving as somewhat of a peace offering to liberal factions of the party that have accused her of tipping the scales for Hillary Clinton. Sanders