A second batch of Podesta emails, thanks to WikiLeaks, took the world by storm on October 10th, exposing more of Hillary Clinton and the liberal media’s disgusting antics and sabotage.
Back in July, Donna Brazile – a so-called journalist for CNN – took over the top spot for the Democratic National Committee after Debbie Wasserman Schultz was forced to resign in the wake of WikiLeaks exposing her collusion to overthrow Bernie Sanders’ campaign bid for president.
Ironically, new emails indict Brazile of doing the exact same thing while she was working for CNN.
The latest release reveals that Donna Brazile forwarded a January 2016 email from Sarah Ford, Sanders’ national press secretary, to the Clinton campaign, which announced a Twitter storm from Sanders’ African-American outreach team.
Brazile wrote, “FYI” when she forwarded it to Clinton’s campaign staff.
Adrienne Elrod, Clinton’s campaign spokesperson, replied,
“Thank you for the heads up on this Donna.”
Remember that in January 2016, Brazile was still under contract at CNN.
Then more evidence of an inner conspiracy leaked between the mainstream media and Clinton campaign.
Another email, received by prolific Clinton donor Haim Saban, was forwarded to Clinton staff, praising the friendly moderators in the early March 2016 Democrat primary debate, co-hosted by Univision in Florida.
Rob Friedman, former co-chair of the Motion Picture Group, wrote:
“Haim, I just wanted to tell you that I thought the moderators for last nights Debate were excellent. They were thoughtful, tough and incisive. I thought it made Hilary appear direct and strong in her resolve. I felt it advanced our candidate. Thanks for Univision,”
A different email revealed plans to print a favorable Clinton story in The New York Times in March 2015.
Podesta wrote to other Clinton campaign staff:
“NYT heroine. Should she call her today?”
Subject Line — ‘Laura Donohoe.’
Then a reply from Huma Abedin,
“I do think it’s a great idea! We can make it happen.”
Given the timeline, the story the email is likely referring to is In New Hampshire, Clinton’s Backers Buckle Up, published on March 12, 2015 about Laura Donohoe – a retired nurse and Clinton supporter in New Hampshire.
Newly released emails also show Brazile was accused of having tipped off the Clinton campaign to a debate question about the death penalty, which was going to be asked during a CNN town hall in March.
Brazile cautiously wrote in an email to Clinton’s campaign communications director on March 12,
“From time to time I get the questions in advance.”
Clarifying the debate question, Brazile wrote,
“Here’s one that worries me about HRC
19 states and the District of Columbia have banned the death penalty. 31 states, including Ohio, still have the death penalty. According to the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, since 1973, 156 people have been on death row and later set free.
Since 1976, 1,414 people have been executed in the U.S. That’s 11% of Americans who were sentenced to die, but later exonerated and freed. Should Ohio and the 30 other states join the current list and abolish the death penalty?
Sent from Donna’s Ipad. Follow me on twitter @donnabrazile”
And Clinton was asked about her stance on the death penalty during a CNN-hosted town hall the next day in Columbus, Ohio.
The New York Times and the revelation of Brazile’s emails to help Clinton’s campaign while under contract with CNN – and ultimately given the head of the DNC – is proof of their collusion.