Democratic National Committee (DNC) chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz was forced to resign due to unethical behavior.
Then Hillary Clinton hired her as honorary chair of her campaign.
Considering the long history of unethical abuses by the Clintons, Wasserman Schultz should be a great fit.
According to DNC documents recently exposed by WikiLeaks, it was discovered that top Democrats conspired to undermine Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign against Clinton, stooping so low as to target his Jewish heritage and religious convictions.
In an interview with George Stephanopoulos, Sanders stated:
“I told you a long time ago that the DNC was not running a fair operation, that they were supporting Secretary Clinton.”
Of course, Sanders still “hearts” Clinton, and says he supports her. But it’s likely because she had previously negotiated with him to add socialist planks in the Democratic Party platform. In exchange, Sanders would call-off his demands for the resignation of the DNC Chair.
In the aftermath of the WikiLeaks emails, Wasserman Schultz was booed off stage while addressing delegates at the Democratic National Convention, and she announced she would step down.
But grab your buttery popcorn, because there’s more.
WikiLeaks documents uncovered even more unethical behavior regarding the Clinton campaign.
Documents show plans to reward large donors by giving them federal appointments.
A donor spreadsheet was included in an email chain in which Jordan Kaplan, DNC’s national finance director, asked other officials to provide names of donors they wanted to propose for federal boards and commissions.
The proposed appointments provide additional evidence that the DNC favored Clinton over her former primary challenger, Bernie Sanders.
According to the government watchdog group, National Legal and Policy Center:
“The disclosed DNC emails sure look like the potential Clinton Administration has intertwined the appointments to federal government boards and commissions with the political and fundraising operations of the Democratic Party.”
Hillary Clinton needs people in her circle who won’t mind her or her husband’s long and sordid history of ethical abuses.
And Debbie Wasserman Schultz should fit like a glove in the Clinton campaign.