But the Florida congresswoman, who faces a newly emboldened primary challenge in her home state, could barely be heard over the ruckus. As soon as she took the stage, attendees donning Sanders shirts and holding signs that read “Email” began to disrupt her remarks. The delegation breakfast, normally a calm, sleepy, mundane affair, devolved into outright chaos.
America thanks the DNC Rules Committee at the DNC for not making us listen to her.
Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz will not be speaking at nor presiding over the Democratic convention this week, CNN reported.
Wasserman Schultz’s position as the convention chairwoman was rescinded Saturday by the DNC Rules Committee, according to the network.
Rep. Marcia Fudge (D-Ohio) instead will assume the role as the permanent chair of the convention.
The news comes after a trove of emails was released by WikiLeaks last week that appeared to show top officials at the DNC planning how to undermine Bernie Sanders’s presidential campaign.
I wonder which media outlets will continue to give her a voice during the convention.
If she wasn’t already doing such a great job for Republicans, I would advocate for elevating Mike Tate to the post.
Despite gloomy polling forecasts, Democratic National Committee Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., maintained today on “This Week” that her party would retain control of the Senate in Tuesday’s midterm elections, saying the party’s ground game would make the difference.