DNC CHAIR DEBBIE WASSERMAN-SCHULTZ MAYBE OUSTED
“It’s a DNC thing, I just really don’t pay much attention to what she does, to be honest with you”. Sen. Jon Tester of Montana made this statement when interviewed by Politico, there continues to be talk about Debbie Wasserman Schultz being ousted as DNC chair for her poor performance on the job and most notable her biased throughout the primaries between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton. Since the beginning of the competition between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, Debbie Wasserman Schultz has made it public that she favors Sec. Hillary Clinton, from the scheduling of the debates, the issue with the delegate count and the most recent false accusation of people throwing chairs at the Nevada caucus, ousting Debbie Wasserman Schultz might be the best thing for the Democratic party.
“It’s a DNC thing, I just really don’t pay much attention to what she does, to be honest with you”. Sen. Jon Tester
“Sanders, who claimed the party establishment gave Clinton an unfair advantage in Nevada, has since endorsed Wasserman Schultz’s primary opponent. He also said he would not want her to continue as DNC chief if he were to become president”. Debbie Wasserman Schultz has given Hillary Clinton a lot of lead way since the beginning of this competition, a reason between Bernie Sanders and his supporters among some the establishment wants Debbie Wasserman Schultz out. Also, many lawmakers and the establishment do not want Debbie Wasserman Schultz to preside over the DNC convention this summer because it will infuriate Bernie Sanders supporters, who they will need as voters in November. Sen. Bernie Sanders has constantly stated that the establishment, i.e. Debbie Wasserman Schultz and the DNC is a rigged system, which is true if you have been paying attention to the process. Moreover, in an interview with Bernie Sanders stated that he will replace Debbie Wasserman Schultz as DNC chair and endorsed her opponent, which should mean something but she brushed it off.
If the DNC were to oust Debbie Wasserman Schultz, they need to replace her with someone that is can do the job of unifying the party and that is not divisive. This is the most important job in order to win in November, and the party needs the progressives as well as the independent voters if they win against the Trumpinator.