The biggest news of the weekend was the leaking of private emails from the Democratic National Committee by Wikileaks.
Unless you live under a rock, you were inundated with posts from all across the Internet (unless you only follow liberals) about the shocking behavior perpetrated by the party against their own people.
The emails expose the corrupt behavior of the DNC. They would stop at nothing to get an advantage, even it if violated their own principles and the principles of our country. They colluded with press, planned attacks against then candidate Bernie Sanders, and contemplated spreading false posts about Donald Trump.
The corruption runs deep within the party. Now we got word of some other tactics they were planning against the Republican candidate.
From Daily Caller:
The release of Democratic National Committee emails by WikiLeaks Friday reveals that DNC officials planned anti-Donald Trump protests.
In multiple emails, DNC officials signed off and acknowledged the existence of two anti-Donald Trump protests in South Bend, IN and Billings, MT. The release of nearly 20,000 emails is the first in a WikiLeaks “Hillary Leaks” series.
In another other email chain also on April 29, titled “Week-Ahead Notes & Assignments,” former DNC media booker Pablo Manriquez comments “this should be fun” in reference to the May protest.
University of Notre Dame, located in South Bend, is Manriquez’s alma mater. A DNC official wrote, “Pablo please reach out to any folks you think may be able to help.”
This is just another example in a long line of things the Democrats will do to pervert the cause of democracy. They know they can’t win in a fair fight against the Republican candidate, so they resort to bullying, slander, false protests, and outright lies.
Make no mistake this DNCLeaks scandal is just getting started. As people pour through those 20,000 emails, more surprising revelations will be made. The corruption will extend far beyond DNC leader Schultz. It will shake up the party for years to come, as many well-meaning voters will flock to the other side out of shear shock.