Communist Democrat Party normally marches in lockstep. Disagreement, debate or dissent is not allowed. It’s a robotic party where radical, anti-American leftists get their talking points each morning, then flood the airwaves with their leftstream media partners, robotically repeating the anti-freedom rhetoric.
So when someone in the Democrat Party boldly steps out of line, actually uses their own brain, disagrees with the party line, then goes out in public and courageously talks about it — it’s news.
It’s even bigger news when the head of the Democrat Party tries to silence the dissenter, and this person happens to be the number two in the party, then the two go on TV and basically call each other liars.
So is the case in the Marxist Democrat Party.
Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI), the vice chair of the Democratic National Committee (DNC), has been calling for more Democrat presidential debates. However, the DNC chairwoman, Debbie Wasserman Schultz (Commie – FL) has been doing what Democrats normally do. She has tried to limit the number of debates to an absolute minimum, hoping that fewer debates helps corrupt liar Hillary Clinton, who continues to crash in the polls the more she’s seen in public view.
To punish Rep. Gabbard for committing the unpardonable sin of calling for more debate among the Democrat candidates, Wasserman Schultz disinvited Gabbard to Tuesday night’s debate, according to Gabbard.
But on MSNBC, Wasserman Schultz, who is prone to lying like most Democrats, completely denied the accusation.
The Washington Free Beacon reports:
On MSNBC, Schultz said that it wasn’t true that Gabbard was disinvited to the debate.
“What about your vice chair, Tulsi Gabbard, the congresswoman from Hawaii, who says you told her she could not come here today?” Andrea Mitchell asked.
“That’s simply not the case,” Schultz said. “She is continuing to focus on process which she’s entitled to do. We asked if she could focus on those issues and she chose not to come because I guess she can’t.”
Later that day, Andrea Mitchell asked Gabbard to respond to Schultz’s comments.
“I can’t say much more than to say that that’s just not true,” Gabbard said.
“I was on your network, MSNBC, talking on Meet the Press Daily about how we do need more debates, the same thing that I have been saying now for several weeks, and the very next day got a message saying that if I’m going to continue talking about that, that I shouldn’t go to the debate. It’s not surprising to me that she is saying things that aren’t true.”