Over the past week, former interim DNC Chairwoman Donna Brazile has ripped open Democrat party divisions with a series of allegations about the Clinton campaign.
In an exclusive bombshell report from Politico, Brazile claimed that the Democrat primary was rigged, and that at one point the Clinton campaign was so bad she thought about trying to replace former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with former Vice President Joe Biden as the party’s nominee.
An open letter signed by over 100 former campaign members expressed the group’s outrage over Brazile’s remarks.
“We were shocked to learn the news that Donna Brazile actively considered overturning the will of the Democratic voters by attempting to replace Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine as the Democratic Presidential and Vice Presidential nominees,” read the letter.
“It is particularly troubling and puzzling that she would seemingly buy into false Russian-fueled propaganda, spread by both the Russians and our opponent, about our candidate’s health,” it continued.
Unfortunately for the Clinton campaign staff, not everything about Clinton’s health was fake news. Clinton did faint on Sept. 11, 2016, much to the embarrassment of her campaign.
The letter continued on talking about how “proud” the campaign was of their effort, and how they still love Clinton.
I guess they are “proud” of running one of the worst campaigns in modern history. That’s not exactly something I would recommend they put on a resume.
“Finally, we are pretty tired of people who were not part of our campaign telling the world what it was like to be on the inside of our campaign and how we felt about it,” the letter ended.
It would appear that Brazile’s allegations have really gotten under the skin of former Clinton campaign members.
While it is impossible to prove all of Brazile’s allegations true, we really wouldn’t be surprised if they are exactly correct.
Clinton’s campaign was terrible. She was a horrible candidate who didn’t campaign in the states she should have, and was so sure that she would win she didn’t actually put out a convincing argument as to why she should be president.
No amount of primary-rigging in the world could have saved Clinton’s campaign from the general election.
These allegations almost guarantee that Clinton’s political career is done. People won’t forget these allegations, and should she ever run again you can bet they will be brought up.