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Corrupt media censoring news of lawsuit against Democratic National Committee that allegedly committed FRAUD to nominate Hillary Clinton

By Marshall Connolly (CALIFORNIA NETWORK)
8/15/2017 (6 months ago)
Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)

Why isn't the media reporting this news?

The media is ignoring a major lawsuit against the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and its former chairperson, Debbie Wasserman Schultz. The class-action lawsuit alleges the DNC committed fraud by portraying itself as impartial while actively favoring Hillary Clinton. Schultz is accused of breach of fiduciary duty, negligence, unjust enrichment, and misrepresentation.

Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) has been accused of fraud and self-enrichment at the expense of impartiality. Voters are suing her and the DNC on the grounds they violated the DNC bylaws to favor Clinton over Sanders in 2016.

Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) has been accused of fraud and self-enrichment at the expense of impartiality. Voters are suing her and the DNC on the grounds they violated the DNC bylaws to favor Clinton over Sanders in 2016.

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By Marshall Connolly (CALIFORNIA NETWORK)
Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)
8/15/2017 (6 months ago)

Published in Politics & Policy


LOS ANGELEs, CA (California Network) -- The media is ignoring a class-action lawsuit brought nu 150 Democrats against the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and its former chairperson, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who is also a congressional representative (D-FL). The suit alleges that Schultz committed breach of fiduciary responsibility and self-enrichment by deliberately undermining the campaign of Bernie Sanders and secretly working to support the election of Hillary Clinton while publicly claiming impartiality.

The DNC's rules require impartiality. However, emails leaked by WikiLeaks appear to show strong evidence of collusion between the campaign of Hillary Clinton and top DNC officials, including Schultz, to suppress Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and nominate Clinton. The DNC also expended significantly more resources in support of the Clinton campaign.


Many supporters of Bernie Sanders, who was widely considered to be more progressive than Clinton, condemned the party for its blatant favoritism. Although Bernie Sanders won the popular vote at several state primaries, he still lost in the number of delegates from those states because the party uses a superdelegate system to nominate a candidate. That system was overwhelmingly biased towards Clinton. Sanders supporters also accused the DNC of suppressing Sander's message and of restricting the number of debates between Clinton and Sanders to just three. Those debates were also scheduled to conflict with popular televised events, which supporters argue reduced viewership.

The controversy erupted into a scandal following the WikiLeaks email dump and as a result, Schultz was forced to resign in disgrace. She was quickly hired by the Clinton campaign which many viewed as further evidence of corruption.

The DNC bylaws state that the chairperson "shall exercise impartiality and evenhandedness..." and "shall be responsible for ensuring that the officers and staff of the DNC maintain impartiality and evenhandedness."

It is obvious to most that such impartiality was never demonstrated, and that Schultz and the DNC favored Clinton to the point of absurdity. The party' s apologists insist there was no requirement for the process to be impartial. The bylaws state otherwise.

Schultz also faces questions over her hiring of a top aide who has been arrested for fraud. The aide, Imran Awan, was retained by her staff, despite being under investigation. He was arrested last month while attempting to flee the country to Pakistan.

The aide had access to sensitive documents and may be the source of multiple leaks from the DNC.

The lawsuit is ongoing and could have repercussions on how the DNC does business, but it is not being covered in the media.

Read the complaint here.

Website here.

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