Democratic National Committee chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D – FL) blocked a resolution at the DNC summer meeting this weekend, which would’ve commended President Obama for helping to reach the P5+1 nuclear deal with Iran.
Details are scant on what happened, but officials suggested Wasserman Schultz brought up procedural issues to prevent the matter from coming to a vote. The vast majority of members instead signed an open letter praising the deal, which was quickly circulated after the vote didn’t happen.
One DNC spokeswoman was quoted by the Washington Post as saying that the procedural problem was that people were trying to bring it up as an “emergency resolution,” and that they traditionally only do this for new issues that came up between the deadline for initial resolutions and the meeting.
The move is interesting, as Wasserman Schultz has been very conspicuous in publicly avoiding comment on the Iran deal, and while she is seen as an “undecided,” it is an undecided leaning strongly to a no vote. That she used her position at the DNC to block this resolution, however, is a surprise.
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Another snake like Schumer who puts her her religion/ethnicity ahead of her politics and her country.
"her country" .Hmmm, what if she had dual citizenship?
I'm not sure she does, but she must hold US citizenship. So ostensibly, the US is "her country." Of course that doesn't keep her from working against it night and day.
Does it matter? Does she need it now? She will be mailed both the certificate and the passport the moment she needs it .
The deal will go through when the bribe gets high enough.
"That she used her position at the DNC to block this resolution, however, is a surprise." That's the problem, people have to stop being surprised at the duplicity of these scum sucking zionists and understand that they are, quite literally, capable of anything.
Why is this surprising? Just as Schumer's uncloaking as an Israeli quisling, Wasserman Schultz's is no different. She afraid she'll lose her position of power if she votes against her Israeli elites.
Gosh, why am I banned?
Everyone else mean mouths J*ws, despises J*ws.
Ohhh, that’s right, they’re not J*ws, they’re (haha) Zionists. Uh-huh.
[moderator’s note: So far as I know, you’re not banned. If you were banned, your comment wouldn’t have shown up in my moderation queue. Maybe you can’t tell the difference between “my comment got caught in moderation” and “I got banned,” similar to how you seemingly can’t tell the difference between “Jews” and “Zionists?” – TLK]
You're correct, I can't.
Oh wait.. you must mean the two handfuls who show up at the anti-Israel protests while the millions by rote sit on their hands and tongues.
Obviously you can't tell the difference between Jews and Zionists.
I suggest you come back when you can.
There is a big difference between a Zionist and a Jew, ask any non-Zionist Jew.
When the most powerful country in the world becomes infiltrated at the highest government levels with supporters of another country, you can expect allegiance that contradicts USA official policy. Is Wasserman Shultz a dual citizen? If she and Schumer are, they should not be allowed to participate in the business of Congress.
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