First Day of Democrat National Convention Characterized by Chaos, Infighting, Division
Albuquerque, NM –The Democrats began their National Convention in Philadelphia yesterday, and it is clear that Democrats are definitely not unified behind their corrupt nominee, Hillary Clinton.
In the wake of the Wikileaks release of DNC emails showing that DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz and other high-ranking DNC officials conspired to rig the system in favor of Clinton and undermine Senator Bernie Sanders at every turn, the National Convention in Philadelphia has been consumed by turmoil and division.
Wasserman Schultz was forced out of her position as DNC Chair and as Convention Chair amid threats by Sanders delegates to loudly boo her repeatedly during her appearances at the Convention. During a breakfast Monday morning with the Florida Delegation, of which she is a member, she was met with boos and protest. Even Sanders was booed by his own supporters during an event Monday morning for having endorsed Clinton after dropping out several weeks ago.
“The level of anger among Democrats toward their party leadership during the Convention this year is unlike anything we’ve seen since 1968,” said Republican Party of New Mexico Spokesman Tucker Keene. “The Wikileaks release are just the tip of the iceberg in terms of the corruption endemic within the DNC and fueled the ongoing feud between the Democrats’ socialist base and the out-of-touch establishment. Between the lackluster response among Democrats to the announcement that insider Senator Tim Kaine had been chosen as Hillary’s running-mate to the reveal of the DNC’s disdain for their own voters, the Democrats are clearly not ready to rally behind their nominee.”