Convention chaos already: DNC chair out, protesters storm Philly

Posted by on Jul 25, 2016 at 8:19 am

Chaos reigned Sunday ahead of the Democratic National Convention, as the party’s head was forced to quit,thousands of protesters took to the streets and delegates threatened a walk-out over Hillary Clinton’s vice-presidential pick.

On the eve of the four-day convention to nominate the county’s first female presidential candidate, Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz resigned in disgrace over the hack of emails that showed DNC staffers favoring Clinton over her then rival, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.

Meanwhile, throngs of Sanders supporters marched and pounded on drums, chanting “Hell no, DNC — we won’t vote for Hillary” in the sweltering heat during the first in an expected series of protests in Philadelphia.

A leading Sanders supporter, Norman Solomon, also said a “vast majority” of the socialist’s delegates were considering turning their backs — or even walking out of the Wells Fargo Center — during Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine’s acceptance speech to run as Clinton’s second-in-command.

The ouster of Wasserman Schultz, a Florida congresswoman, came just hours after Democrats revealed that she had been replaced as their convention’s chairwoman by little-known Rep. Marcia Fudge (D-Ohio).

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2 Responses to “Convention chaos already: DNC chair out, protesters storm Philly”

  1. Always Hillary GOPe on 25/25/16 at 7:59 pm

    But Demi Lovato, Yo! And the wall around the podium is spiffy but I thought walls were *gasp* wayciss!

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