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Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Class-action suit against DNC turns weird

Since last summer, a group of people who supported the Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) campaign for president, have waged a class-action suit against the DNC for alleged fraud. They claim that then-chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz worked to get Hillary Clinton the nomination by undermining Sanders. The debacle ended at the time in the resignation of Wasserman Schultz only to eventually be replaced by potty mouth Tom Perez.

Now things have gotten a bit strange and involves the Capitol Police.

A court document filed with the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida by the attorneys of the plaintiffs said they received a call for information regarding the case from the office of Wasserman Schultz, and claimed the caller used a voice changer.

Attorney Elizabeth Lee Beck said "At 4:54 p.m. today [June 1], an individual called our law office from '305-936-5724.'" It was discovered that the number is the contact phone number for Wasserman Schultz's Aventura office in Florida.

"My secretary stated that it sounded like the caller was using a voice changer because the voice sounded robotic and genderless--along the lines of the voice changers used when television show interviews are kept anonymous," Beck said. "The caller concluded with 'Okey dokey,' after my secretary gave the caller public information about the case. After the call ended, a simple Google search of the phone number '305-936-5724' shows that it is the phone number for Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz' Aventura office . . . What just occurred is highly irregular and we will be filing the instant e-mail with the court forthwith."

Attorneys representing the DNC claim that no one in Wasserman Schultz's office, including Wasserman Schultz herself, has any knowledge of the call.

So, like Hogan's Heroes' Master Sergeant Schultz, Debbie "Doesn't know anything; didn't see anything."

Hopefully there will be more to follow.