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Did This Lawsuit Hasten Debbie's Resignation?


It was either Putin or Beck & Lee:
“There are essentially six legal claims we are asserting in this lawsuit on behalf of the composed class members,” said attorney Jared Beck in a YouTube video announcing the lawsuit. “The first is a claim for fraud—against the DNC and Debbie Wasserman Schultz—based on the revelations from the recent Guccifer 2.0 documents purportedly taken from the DNC’s own computer network.” The Guccifer 2.0 documents include internal memos in which the DNC broke legally binding neutrality agreements in the Democratic primaries by strategizing to make Hillary Clinton the nominee before a single vote was cast.
First Trump, now this??

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  1. By attacking Clinton's surrogate aren't they boosting Trump?

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  2. Look, I'm voting Democrat given the alternatives, but gosh I wish there were some alternatives. Isn't the party supposed to be neutral? Bernie came pretty close with all of that apparatus working against him. Polls show Clinton tied with Trump. Bernie crushes him. Didn't the DNC shoot themselves in the foot?

    And how dare Clinton immediately appoint DWS to a new position? Couldn't she lay low until after the election? That decision was clueless to the optics.

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  3. Dear whacked and all white liberals: #stoptrump

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  4. The best way to stop Trump would be for Hillary to put the good of the country, the party, and the world first and drop out. I am under no delusion that she'll do that.

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  5. Thanks for the Debbie W-S lawsuit.

    CLINTON CASH OFFICIAL DOCUMENTARY MOVIE ( FULL )

    https://youtu.be/7LYRUOd_QoM

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  6. I think if it were Bernie vs. Trump then Gary Johnson could actually win.

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