Democrat Leader Admits Breaking Law, but Blames Others

Former Democratic National Committee leader, Rep Debbie Wasserman-Schultz is definitely not the brightest light bulb in the room. She has now admitted that she violated government regulations, but in her admission, like every other Democrat, she blamed someone else for her crime. With all the focus on Trump, Comey and Russia, I doubt if anything will happen to her.

Wow. Debbie Wasserman Schultz continues to dig herself deeper into a hole of corruption.

Last week we told you about how she had attacked and threatened the D.C. police chief because he had confiscated one of her office laptops during an investigation into a family of likely traitors who handle the IT issues for a handful of Democrat Congressmen, including Wasserman Schultz.

The latest display of ridiculous behavior came when she decided to step into the middle of an ongoing investigation of traitorous and criminal behavior by a family of IT workers lead by Imran Awan, who authorities believe has been stealing and selling classified information from various lawmakers for the last few years. Schultz’ current problem with the police who are investigating the various crimes is that they’ve confiscated a laptop that has evidence pertaining to the ongoing investigation. Schultz desperately wants this laptop back, and will go to great lengths to get it…

Hillary is still blaming Comey, Trump, Russia and the Democratic National Committee for her loss in November. Obama and Harry Reid blamed Republicans for all of their own blunders and mistakes. Wasserman-Schultz is blaming an IT person for her crime. It seems to be standard operating procedure for Democrats to screw up and blame everyone else instead of being an adult and taking responsibility for their actions. Not exactly leadership material, are they?

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