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Friday, May 20, 2016

Bernie counterpunches Debbie Downer

Bernie Sanders came down hard on Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the Democratic Party head, for "working against" him for "personal reasons" in the Democratic presidential campaign. Tensions between the socialist and the progressive left came to a head in a raucous weekend at the Nevada convention. 

Sanders' supporters threw chairs, shouted over speakers and harassed the state party chair with death threats, making the convention resemble an Occupy Wall Shhtreet movement or a liberal protest over a conservative speaker.

Democrats pressed Sanders to denounce the violence but he sounded as perfunctory as the Obama administration denouncing an extremist attack. In other words, the cute little old fart is a lot more dangerous than people would like to believe.

Sanders said that accusations that his campaign was propping up the violence "is an outrage and unacceptable." Obama said the same thing about the Paris attacks and the same results were had for both socialists. Nothing new, nothing to see here.

Jeff Weaver, Sanders' campaign manager said to MSNBC that "It's been pretty clear . . . almost from the get-go that [Schultz] has been working against Bernie Sanders. I mean there's no doubt about it, for personal reasons."

Weaver listed a load of complaints in charging 'Debbie Downer' with her negative behavior toward Bernie-It's-Free-Sanders, using the debate scheduling as an example. Debbie had debates scheduled on weekends, sometimes coinciding with big playoff games, and times when the only people who'd be watching the debates were the cameramen taping them and Chrissy Matthews and his leg.

Schultz is no stranger to Hillary-love and faced tons of criticism from her own leftists who claim she busted her butt boosting the felon's bid for the presidency. Of course, like Hillary, who denied having a private server, then admitted to it, Debbie W. Schultz denied the accusation of wanting to share a Chardonnay with her by a quiet fireplace in a cabin in the hills, like Huma do.


After the Nevada debacle, Debbie joined with other Democratic "leaders" in urging Sanders to take a stronger stand against the unrest in the party. Sanders said that he's "awlready taking a shhtrong stand," and sat down to demonstrate. 

Schultz is facing pressure for how she mishandled the Nevada situation. Communist commentator Van Jones told the Certainly Not News Network (CNN)  on Wednesday that he wishes RNC Chairman Reince Priebus was leading the Democrats, saying "He did a better job of handling the Trump situation that I've seen my party chair handle this situation."

Vladimir Putin did not comment on Jones' remark.

Sanders issued a statement about the Nevada event.

"Our campaign of course believes in non-violent change [revolution, revolt, uprising] and it goes without saying that I condemn any and all forms of violence, including the personal harassment of individuals." Then he ranted about how the Democratic establishment is screwing him over.


Sen. Barbara Boxer (Duh-Calif.) was booed when she spoke at the convention and told the liberal media that she feared for her safety and plans to "carry" for self-protection. "But you can't," she said with a smirk. She said that Sanders should give a "major speech"calling on his socialist supporters to reject violence and opt for unity.

She had to stop mid-sentence when she got cut off by a unicorn being ridden by a spider monkey in a tuxedo.