It seems the dirt from the Democratic National Committee keeps piling up. WikiLeaks showed interim chairwomen and CNN contributor, Donna Brazile, leaked debate questions that would be asked to Hillary Clinton.

CNN has now stepped in and severed ties with Brazile. CNN cited they were “completely uncomfortable” with the leaked emails. Brazile denied these allegations, but the damning evidence speaks for itself.


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The first email contact between Clinton and Brazile began on March 5, 2016. The email was sent to Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta, and the Democratic nominee’s director of communications, Jennifer Palmieri, preparing Clinton for the next day’s debate. The email titled: “One of the questions directed to HRC tomorrow is from a woman with a rash.”

The body of the email described a question that would be asked. It read, “Her family has lead poison and she will ask what, if anything, will Hillary do as president to help the [people] of Flint.”


Brazile added, “Folks, I did a service project today. It’s so tragic. And what’s worse, some homes have not been tested and it’s important to encourage seniors to also get tested.”

On March 6 Clinton debated in Flint, Michigan and fielded a question from Lee-Anne Walters. She was one of the city’s first residents to report having issues with lead contamination in the water.

CNN spokeswoman Lauren Pratapas questioned how she was able to get her hands on the questions as she should not have been privy to that information.


“After my family, the city of Flint and the children in D.C. were poisoned by lead, will you make a personal promise to me right now that, as president, in your first 100 days in office, you will make it a requirement that all public water systems must remove all lead service lines throughout the entire United States, and notification made to the — the citizens that have said service lines,” Walters asked Clinton.


Clinton responded, “Well, I agree completely. I want to go further though. I want us to have an absolute commitment to getting rid of lead wherever it is because it’s not only in water systems, it’s also in soil, and it’s in lead paint that is found mostly in older homes. That’s why 500,000 children today have lead – lead in their bodies.”

CNN claimed they never gave Brazile access to any questions, prep material, attendee list, background information or meetings in advance of a town hall or debate. A CNN employee speaking under unanimity, suggested Brazile may have met the woman who was supposed to pose the question about lead poisoning during a service event planned the day before the debate.


Days later on March 12, Brazile contacted Clintons campaign once more, giving Palmieri another question that would be asked. Brazil’s is seemingly worried about Clinton’s response. “From time to time I get the questions in advance,” Brazile, then a CNN political analyst, wrote. “Here’s one that worries me about [Hillary Rodham Clinton].”

Brazile this time included the entire question that was given to her,


19 states and the District of Columbia have banned the death penalty. 31 states, including Ohio, still have the death penalty. According to the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, since 1973, 156 people have been on death row and later set free. Since 1976, 1,414 people have been executed in the U.S. That’s 11% of Americans who were sentenced to die, but later exonerated and freed. Should Ohio and the 30 other states join the current list and abolish the death penalty?


At the time, Clinton was running against a successful Bernie Sanders, I-Vt. This question came up during her town hall meeting on March 13 in Columbus, Ohio. She was asked about the death penalty from a former death row inmate.

More evidence that Hillary cheated. Is anyone really surprised?

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