New DNC Insider JUST Brought Hillary’s House Of Cards Crashing Down With One Sentence..OUCH!

This week former vice chair of the Democratic National Committee has been articulating the 2016 Democratic primary process as “rigged” in favor of Mrs. Clinton.

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard made it clear that the DNC “secretly chose their nominee” before even the start of the primaries.

After earful disclosures were made by interim DNC chair Donna Brazile stating that the Clinton campaign effectively took over the DNC in 2015 in her new book, Tulsi Gabbard spoke up and put the icing on the cake with a huge cherry on top.

According to libertywriters:

Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee had a no-good, very bad Thursday.

First, former interim DNC Chairwoman Donna Brazile went public with scandalizing excerpts from her new book in an article in Politico. Brazile claimed that the Clinton Campaign had put a financial stranglehold on the DNC that all but guaranteed her primary win, in a move the former chairwoman called “unethical.”

Now another DNC bureaucrat has come forward- former vice chair Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI).

Gabbard slammed DNC leadership in a statement released on Thursday, saying:

“Today we heard from Donna Brazile that what many suspected for a long time, is actually true: the DNC secretly chose their nominee over a year before the primary elections even occurred, turning over DNC control to the Clinton campaign.”

Then she brought the hammer DOWN with one sentence:

“The deep financial debt, closed-door decision-making, complete lack of transparency, and unethical practices are now front and center.”

Honestly, I couldn’t have said it better myself.

The house of cards is crashing down around Hillary Clinton. Thank God Donald Trump was elected president, or else the Democrats probably would never have had the courage to come forward and turn against her.

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  1. xianis November 3, 2017
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