Brazile, significant in the highly successful campaign to make Martin Luther King’s birthday a federal holiday in the US, also criticized former President Barack Obama for leaving the DNC buried in debt.
Brazile’s book Hacks: The Inside Story of the Break-ins and Breakdowns that Put Donald Trump in the White House contains several bombshells, including that Hillary Clinton did in fact rig the 2016 primary against Bernie Sanders, and that Brazile felt like a “slave” who feared for her life following the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich.
“That means that Brazile knew Rich had been murdered for political purposes,” Roger Stone, a Trump insider told Infowars, adding that Julian Assange of WikiLeaks confirmed his sources for the DNC leak were not Russian, and were in “great physical danger”.
The murdered DNC staffer Rich had been the WikiLeaks source for information which proved that the DNC was intentionally undermining the campaign of Bernie Sanders to improve Hillary’s chances of winning.
His death is now listed on the “Clinton DeadPool“, a long list of names that the Clinton’s have allegedly gotten rid of to get ahead in the world of politics and power. Dozens of people linked to the Clintons have died mysterious deaths by unknown assailants and often just before they were set to release incriminating evidence.
Rich had worked for the Democratic National Committee as a data analyst and reportedly sent more than 44 000 DNC emails to WikiLeaks, from January 2015 through the end of May 2016, as WND reported.
Brazile is the first prominent Democrat to turn on the Democratic Party establishment. She also decribed how Bernie Sanders was much more popular than Clinton, saying: “I did not trust the polls. I told [Sanders] I had visited states around the country and I found a lack of enthusiasm for her everywhere.”
DNC interim chairperson Brazile had resigned as CNN contributor last year amid allegations that CNN leaked debate questions to Hillary Clinton.
WikiLeaks released an email in which Brazile said she had received advance questions before a Clinton town hall event. “From time to time I get the questions in advance,” she wrote in the email.
In a statement, CNN said it had been “completely uncomfortable” with Brazile. According to the emails obtained by WikiLeaks, CNN gave Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta a list of questions that they had planned on asking ahead of a CNN Democratic primary debate in March last year.
Brazile revealed in her 288-page memoir that she considered replacing Clinton as candidate with then-Vice President Joe Biden after cameras caught Clinton fainting. She writes that the campaign had the “odor of failure,” referring to the former Secretary of State’s struggle to appeal to white voters.
Another significant development affecting the Democrats is the sudden purge of certain royal figures in Saudi Arabia by King Salman, including ten princes and 38 senior cabinet members.
Among the royals arrested was billionaire and Clinton Foundation donor Al-Waleed bin Talal. Saudi Arabia’s generous prince contributed at least 20 percent of the Democratic Party’s funding in 2016.
Before his election, Donald Trump suggested that Hillary Clinton might be a murderer. Strikingly, Hillary ignored the charge, suggesting that she did not want to invite more public scrutiny into the death of Vince Foster.
As The Washington Post reported that the presumptive Republican nominee was receptive to the idea that Foster, the Clinton aide who died under mysterious circumstances in 1993, might have been murdered.
When asked in an interview about the Foster case, Trump said he doubted the official version of events but refused to talk about it on the campaign trail.
He called suggestions of possible foul play “very serious” and the circumstances of Foster’s death “very fishy”, according to the Post.
“He had intimate knowledge of what was going on,” Trump said, speaking of Foster’s relationship with the Democratic Party and Clintons at the time. “He knew everything that was going on, and then all of a sudden he committed suicide.”