In what may have been her last successful endeavor, Debbie Wasserman Schultz did her best to shaft Bernie Sanders. Then, she was booed at her own convention, walked away from her DNC chair gig, and joined the Hillary Clinton campaign. Hillary, who was supposed to be President because it was her turn, failed miserably. Chalk up another loss for Wasserman Schultz, who by this point had become something of a symbol for Democrat ineptitude.
Somehow, after all that, she managed to make things even worse, as she threatened a Capitol Hill police officer and the Imran Awan scandal broke.
The extremely Dem-friendly Politico runs it down thusly:
One year after the Florida congresswoman’s resignation as national party chair at the Democratic National Convention — where activists booed and shouted “shame!” at her during a Florida delegation breakfast speech — the once-rising star’s political fortunes continue to fade, beset by critics on all sides.
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Wasserman Schultz is again on defenseafter steadfastly refusing to explain why she continued to employ Imran Awan, an IT staffer who was under a federal investigation for alleged equipment and data scam in the U.S. House since February. She finally fired him on July 25, one day after authorities arrested him on a seemingly unrelated mortgage fraud charge. He was at the airport leaving for Pakistan, after wiring $283,000 there.
You’d think Wasserman Schultz would see the writing on the wall and shuffle away into obscurity. By this point, any normal human being would be so humiliated that they’d be desperate to escape the spotlight. Debbie, however, is not normal.
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She’s trying - in an extremely unsuccessful way - to hang on to power by pretending the Awan story is really the story of GOP-backed anti-Muslim bigotry. She’s trying to spin her decision not to fire the compromised IT staffer into a twisted...
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