Yesterday, during an interview on Fox News, the former DNC chair and paid Fox News contributor, Donna Brazile, came unhinged over RNC chair Ronna McDaniels’s suggestion that the DNC was rigging the primary election against Bernie Sanders.
An angry Brazile responded to the accusation by warning all Republicans, “First of all, I wanna talk to our Republican colleagues, Stay the hell out of our race!” She continued with her unhinged rant, “I get sick and tired of listening to Republicans telling us about our process.”
Brazile accused Republicans of using “Russian talking points to sow division” with voters.
A clearly exasperated Brazile continued with her unhinged rant, lashing out at the RNC chair, pointing her finger and shouting, “So Ronna, go to hell! Go to hell!”
The former chair of the DNC Donna Brazile just told @GOPChairwoman
to "Go to hell!"
THE LEFT IS COMPLETELY UNHINGED.
Donna Brazile's comments are completely DISGUSTING. pic.twitter.com/k6BlChnQ3l
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) March 3, 2020
It’s curious how offended Brazile was at the suggestion that anyone in the Democrat Party would rig the election against Bernie Sanders.
Perhaps Brazile forgot about the time in 2016 when she was fired by CNN after a John Podesta email that was leaked by Wikileaks, revealed that Brazile gave Hillary Clinton advance notice of questions that would be asked of the candidates during the 2016 CNN Democratic Primary debate.
Megyn Kelly called out Brazile over the Podesta email. Here’s a sample of the exchange between Donna Brazile and former Fox News host Megyn Kelly:
Kelly: You’re accused of receiving a debate question whether a CNN town hall where they partnered with TV One that you had this question on March 12th, that verbatim, verbatim was provided by Roland Martin to CNN the next day. How did you get that question, Donna?
Brazile: Well, Kelly, as I play straight up and with you, I did not receive any questions from CNN.
Kelly: Where did you get it.
Brazile: What information? Allow me to see what you’re talking about?
Kelly: You’ve got the Wikileaks showing you messaging the Clinton campaign at the March 13th CNN debate.
Brazile: As a Christian woman, I understand persecution. your information is false. What you’re — well, for suggestive e-mails were stolen. You’re interested and you’re like a thief that wants to bring into the night the things that.
Brazile falsely claimed the e-mail was “altered.”
Kelly: CNN’ Jake Tapper said this was unethical. Someone was unethically helping the Clinton campaign. He said this is very, very upsetting.
Brazile: I love CNN
Kelly: This is Jake Tapper, ‘My understand is that the e-mails came from Roland Martin and said this is very upsetting and troubling.’
Kelly: That is your old colleague at CNN, not Megyn Kelly. Who gave you that question?
Brazile: Megyn, I’ll say it on the record. I’m not going to try to validate falsified information. I have my documents. I have my files. Thank God I have not had my personal e-mails ripped off from me and stolen and given to some criminals to come back altered. I have my records and files. And as I said repeatedly, CNN, I never received anything.
Watch the full segment:
On October 31, 2016, the Washington Times announced that CNN had severed ties with acting Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Donna Brazile in the wake of leaked emails showing that she shared questions for CNN-sponsored candidate events with friends on Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
“We are completely uncomfortable with what we have learned about her interactions with the Clinton campaign while she was a CNN contributor,” said Lauren Pratapas, a network spokeswoman.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump told supporters Monday in Grand Rapids, Michigan, that the episode during the Democratic primary was fresh evidence that the media have rigged the election system in favor of Mrs. Clinton.
Fox News hired the dirty former DNC as a paid contributor in March 2019.