This came after WikiLeaks leaked emails that showed an anti-Bernie Sanders bias in her operation of the party, which too, isn't very democratic of her. The emails really pissed off the hard left within the almost hard left party.
So the party boss isn't presiding over the party's party as it's reported that she has no speaking role. One Democratic source said that Debbie will be "quarantined."
It didn't take long for the Democrats to throw Debbie under the proverbial bus once more emails came into the light of day knee-capping Sanders after he vowed to replace her as DNC chairwoman if he won the election. She basically laughed off Sanders after he made that statement because, obviously, she knew better who was going to win the Party's nomination.
"This is a silly story. He isn't going to be president," she wrote in the May 21st email.
The decision not to have Wasserman Schultz speak or preside at the convention was confirmed by Fox News Sunday and it was due to the pressure from Obama and Hillary, or, as I like to call them, "Frick and Frack."
The Associated Press has learned that Rep. Marcia Fudge of Ohio has been voted in as convention chairwoman by the DNC, and the party is hoping she doesn't fudge her role.
The Democrats have labeled the GOP as a party in crisis. If that's true then how would you label the Democratic Party? I'll be happy to read your comments.
Bernie Sanders verbally attacked the DNC and specifically Wasserman Schultz (who would be wise to choose only one last name and stick with it). Bernie has demanded her resignation as party chairwoman on Sunday, but that may already be in the cards whether she wants it or not.
"I think [Wasserman Schultz] should resign. Period. And I think we need a new chair who is going to lead us in a very different direction," Sanders told ABC's "This Week," in a thick Brooklyn accent that put me in the mood for a Nathan's hot dog and fries, whose oil is never changed, only added to.
Bernie added that "these emails reiterate that reason why she should not be chair."
Sanders will speak on opening night at the convention and is expected to discard all of his principles and honor in order to endorse Hillary Clinton. In other words, it is expected that Sanders will not have the testicular fortitude to 'do a Ted Cruz.'
Ms. Clinton is expected to give a loud, rather shrill and shrieking acceptance speech that will have millions of Americans on both sides of the political aisle turning down their volume and going for a bathroom break.
"Oh the wheels on the bus go round and round . . . "