Ever since former DNC Interim Chair Donna Brazile went public last week with her bombshell accusations against Hillary Clinton, the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee,
One of the claims she made that is causing a stir was her statement that after being told to keep silent with her concerns over what was happening, that she feared for her life, especially after the mysterious death of former DNC staffer Seth Rich, whom was identified as the source of the leaked DNC emails obtained and published by Wikileaks.
Democrats loyal to Clinton have been blasting Brazile for what they claim are unfounded accusations. Earlier this week when asked about critics, Brazile said they could go to hell. In her latest interview, Brazile is saying that she feels the American people deserve to know what really happened.
Former interim head of the Democratic National Committee Donna Brazile appeared to back away Wednesday from some of the most sensational claims made in her recently released tell-all about last year’s presidential election.
In an interview on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Brazile described her book as a “forensic examination” of the failures of the DNC and Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
“I wanted to write this book to tell my story,” Brazile told host Tucker Carlson of her memoir, called “Hacks.” “I wanted the American people to see what happened.”
During a wide-ranging interview, Brazile said she leaked questions at a Democratic primary town hall to members of Hillary Clinton’s campaign because she didn’t want the candidates to be “blindsided.” …
While Brazile has not said so directly, her actions and statements concerning the alleged hacked DNC emails and subsequent death of Seth Rich, lend some credence to the idea being investigated that the DNC hack was an inside job and had nothing to do with Russia, which is why the Obama administration was so quiet about it and never accused the Russians until AFTER Trump was elected and allegations of Russian collusion were raised by his enemies.