Democrat National Committee Tells Their Own Vice-Chair Not To Attend Debate…

The DNC has told their own Vice-Chairwoman to skip the Las Vegas debate because she was non-compliant in expressing that she believed in more debates.

The New York Times is reporting representative Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii,  said she was disinvited (polite word for banned) from the first Democratic presidential primary debate in Nevada after she appeared on television and called for more debates. 

DNC vice chairDebbie Wasserman Schultz

New York Times […]  Ms. Gabbard confirmed on Sunday that her chief of staff received a message last Tuesday from the chief of staff to Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the chairwoman of the national committee, about her attendance at the debate. A day earlier, Ms. Gabbard had appeared on MSNBC and said there should be an increase beyond the current six sanctioned debates.

[…] The person close to the committee insisted: “She was not uninvited. The D.N.C. team wanted this first debate to have all the focus on the candidates. Gabbard’s people were told that if they couldn’t commit to that, since Tulsi was trying to publicly divide the D.N.C. leadership last week, then they should consider not coming.”

The person added, “The fact that she is still making this about her and not our great candidates by talking to The New York Times says something unfortunate.”

Ms. Gabbard said the only issue raised had been “the fact that I had publicly disagreed” with Ms. Wasserman Schultz.

“This isn’t about any one person,” Ms. Gabbard said. “It’s about how the Democratic Party should be representing democratic values, allowing for free speech and open debate within our party, and for more transparency and debates for our presidential candidates.”

“All of our candidates agree with my position,” she added.  (read more)

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59 Responses to Democrat National Committee Tells Their Own Vice-Chair Not To Attend Debate…

  1. Since the DNC now claims that Tulsi Gabbard was not “disinvited”, she should make a YUGE show of appearing at the debate, just to see what happens.

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    • sunspots7 says:

      Gabbard should show up at the next Trump event. Stick it in your eye, Debbie Was-a-man-schultz!

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      • Judgy says:

        Yes, she should! Funny, I do realize this would NEVER really happen, but now that there may be a nice empty seat right in the front at the DNC debate, how great would it be if TRUMP could show up…….solely to cheerfully smile at Hillary, & give her friendly little waves, & thumbs-ups?

        She’s so brittle, & tightly wound already, I just have fantasies of her flying COMPLETELY off the handle. And all her rotten, scheming, totalitarian staffers, plus CNN,would get SUCH a screeching meltdown to contend with! 😀

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      • joshua says:

        tulsi gabbard looks a LOT DIFFERENT from Lil Debbie WassermanTest Shoots.

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      • That would be great!!! This is what I don’t understand about liberals…she sees for herself what her party is doing to her…blind loyalty. Please think deeply Gabi! Leave the party..I know the GOP isn’t much better, but, you could make a YUGE statement by supporting Trump!

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  2. bofh says:

    Democrat war on (attractive) women! Debbie Whatzername-schmidt not among hardest hit. Film at 11…

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  3. smiley says:

    doncha just love it when The Left eats its own.
    this is what happens when you step outa line…
    SHAME!
    maybe they all need a lecture on how to de-conflict.

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    • PatriotKate says:

      This is what happens when you fall off the “Clinton” wagon. It’s become very obvious that Sanders is the strawman and placeholder until Clinton gets her act together or Ole’ Joe enters the race. They never intended for Sanders to gain this much traction, just as they never expected Trump as well. It would serve them all a good whipping if it was Trump v. Sanders, because we know hands-down that Trump would win in a landslide.

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  4. lovely says:

    The party of inclusiveness strikes again.

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    • peachteachr says:

      Right, lovely. When you look at the line-up of democrats, it could NOT be whiter and older. A look at the republican line-up is a variable rainbow of color. Yet the MSM reports the opposite of the truth again. “Let him who has eyes, see.”

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  5. TwoLaine says:

    I am disinviting myself. from de conflict. I hope the CN&N, the DNC and all their lousy candidates reap the 0% viewership they so richly deserve after their repeated stoning of American values and Americans.

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  6. flawesttexas says:

    The real scary thing is GOP head Deniece Priebus is willing to throw the Presidential election to Ol’ Brillo Head…

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  7. AlanP says:

    These people are delusional if they think Hillary has a chance to win in the general election. The negative ads practically write themselves. I don’t get why they are expending so much effort to protect her.

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    • Don’t be too quick to just dismiss Hillary. Remember, many thought the same thing when Obama ran in ’08 AND ’12… NO WAY he was gonna win, right?

      Never underestimate what a large group of useful idiots can accomplish when working in unison. Especially if they’re willing to win By Any Means Necessary.

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      • smiley says:

        and never underestimate voter fraud/election fraud/campaign fraud etc etc.
        manipulate & sabotage the votes !
        what difference does it make ?

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        • peachteachr says:

          I remember in the 2012 election reading of buses full of Samolian people being driven to the polls to vote in Minneapolis.

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          • smiley says:

            and all the rigged, hacked voting machines.
            dead people “voting”…..often.
            illegals voting even tho completely illiterate and illegal.
            voting tallies not matching the number of people who voted…at all.
            yeah right…he won.
            my foot.

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      • Judgy says:

        A friend of mine has a degree in Poli Sci from Stanford, and some kind of History degree from Berkeley (I know–“uh oh”). He’s annoyingly Liberal, but twenty times smarter than I am, in QUITE a few areas (that’s annoying too!).

        Yet, he COMPLETELY believed Benghazi was ONLY a witch hunt, and also had NO IDEA of the goings-on between the GOPe and the base. (I use past-tense, cuz I wouldn’t let him leave my house yesterday until I had patiently explained how the world works, and also gotten him to promise to read some stuff HERE).

        It really is amazing how naive so many people are, how ensconced in the media bubble, and how crazy they think WE are. It’s also probably better for their blood-pressure!

        It’s also kinda incredible that Jesse Watters has never completely lost it on anyone! I’d probably be chattering to myself in a straitjacket by now–that is, if I had even managed never to just haul off & CLOBBER some bee-yotchy, bikini-ied bimbo, or smug, ski-hatted stoner-dude. This generation’s youth not only hold the usual belief that they “are smarter than their elders”, they are being actively ENCOURAGED to think that!

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    • Mr. Izz says:

      Because people will still vote for her. Every Democrat voter interviewed says that they don’t really like her, but they would vote for her anyway (anyone but that racist, sexist, and bombastic Trump… apparently).

      People really like Bill, people really like the idea of being part of “history” with a woman becoming president, and the media has firmly taken the side that the GOP (in all its forms) is evil, wrong, and bad.

      I like to think that the standard American voter is smarter than that, but they just aren’t. The best candidate doesn’t always win the office in today’s politics. The candidate that is best for America doesn’t always get the chance to fix America. Look at Romney. He was the best candidate at the time for the economy, for cutting the fat on the already bloated government, and for being able to work with both parties to fix serious problems. Obama won based on the media, lies, and comments Romney made that were blown completely out of proportion (Obama’s weren’t).

      Trump is fighting that same fight. He can still break through, but it’s difficult. He’s the best candidate for what America needs right now. If he can get through, this country will get so much better. If he can’t, we’ll be stuck with Hillary for 8 years of decline. And yes, it’ll be 8 years. There is no way they will let the first sitting woman president get voted out after her first term (See African American Barrack Obama).

      They are protecting Hillary because she is the best that they’ve got. It’s sad, pathetic, and feeble, but it is true.

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      • AlanP says:

        True enough. The difference this year is that Trump is not as nice a guy as McCain and Romney were. Take what he did to Carly (“that face!”) and amp it up by 10x.

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      • Lee says:

        Well, it’s because most people today think that government exists to GIVE THEM SOMETHING, not to leave them alone and protect their liberties, and from invasion.

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      • Judgy says:

        I’ve seen clips of people who think that “Jurassic World”, meaning the island, complete w/ dinosaurs, is a real place. Even if THOSE PEOPLE were some kind of hoax, I know someone who did editing on the Animal Planet faux-documentary about mermaids. He SWORE to me that the producers were getting mail from people who wanted to “Save the Mermaids”, and that one of the actors in it, who played a marine biologist/ researcher type, got stopped & quizzed about “what the mermaids were really like” on the street!

        Y’know, in a way, I almost don’t put it past the Dems to fake a bunch of votes from mermaids & dinosaurs……..or to sign ’em up for EBT cards.

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      • PatriotKate says:

        The Democrats really amaze me. The Party has changed so much in the last couple of decades, as has the Republican Party since Reagan. However, what gets me is most of them do not see it and they vote Democrat, well just because they vote Democrat. They would never consider becoming a Republican. I know Democrats who are leaning to Sanders, because they don’t like Hillary – even though they don’t like him being a Socialist.

        I had dueling signs with a neighbor across the street who was all-in for Obama. I hoped after the dismal job O was doing that she might change her tune when he was up for re-election because I was in her house between elections and she had a huge JFK sign on her refrigerator. She is absolutely clueless that the Democrat Party today is not the Democrat party of JFK. She had even more signs for O in 2012. Go figure.

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  8. emet says:

    Well, you can see the problem: More debates means more discussion about the issues

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  9. yohio says:

    Hilarious use the only words free speech, but tell her what she can and shouldn’t say

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  10. czarowniczy says:

    Yo, Gabby Gabby, Hillary wants to talk to you about that ‘thinking outside the box’ thing. I am woman, hear me roar, that’s why I have to sit outside the door.

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  11. allhail2 says:

    This is easy:

    Dear Debbie,
    “Eff” off, I’ll do what I want.
    Sincerely,
    Gettin’ more than you could imagine.

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    • 2bn3mr says:

      Debbie don’t want none of Tulsi. Combat veteran, MP platoon commander, martial arts instructor, and resident of my hometown on the West side of O’ahu, which if any of you have ever rented an auto while on vacation on O’ahu, you may have heard about from the rental agent, as in “maybe best to avoid that side of the island.”

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  12. yohio says:

    Speaking of dems Hillary Clinton sends tweet to tamir Rices family, pandering to blm movement in my opinion.

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  13. Nightcrawler says:

    Friday, October 9, 2015 • 6:01 pm
    Eric Schmidt-backed startup stealthily working to put Hillary Clinton in the White House

    “An under-the-radar startup funded by billionaire Eric Schmidt has become a major technology vendor for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign,” Adam Pasick and Tim Fernholz report for Quartz. “The Groundwork, according to Democratic campaign operatives and technologists, is part of efforts by Schmidt—the executive chairman of Google parent-company Alphabet—to ensure that Clinton has the engineering talent needed to win the election. And it is one of a series of quiet investments by Schmidt that recognize how modern political campaigns are run, with data analytics and digital outreach as vital ingredients that allow candidates to find, court, and turn out critical voter blocs.”

    “But campaigns—lacking stock options and long-term job security—find it hard to attract the elite engineering talent that Facebook, Google, and countless startups rely on. That’s also part of the problem that Schmidt and the Groundwork are helping Clinton’s team to solve,” Pasick and Fernholz report. “The Groundwork is one of the Clinton campaign’s biggest vendors, billing it for more than $177,000 in the second quarter of 2015, according to federal filings. Yet many political operatives know little about it.”

    “One former Obama staffer, Elan Kriegel, who now leads analytics for the Clinton campaign, suggested the technology accounted for perhaps two percentage points of the campaign’s four percent margin of victory in 2012.

    Oh, boy! Be careful of this bunch. Be very careful!!!!

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    • PatriotKate says:

      What we will have to be on the lookout for is Google screwing with its analytics to favor Clinton and we’ll probably never know about it and certainly could not do anything to stop it.

      That’s why Trump “taking it to the people” now is so important. He can and will do everything he can to get around all of the media controls.

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  14. gwsjr425 says:

    Ban…its what dems are all about.

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  15. TheTorch says:

    Trump was on Fox and Friends earlier today, well worth a watch, quite funny especially when he was talking about the Democratic Debate towards the end.

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  16. watcher says:

    Debate!! We don’t need no stinking debate. (Deb and hill scream)
    Gabby won’t miss anything except no$ Webb. He will b-slap hill for a $.

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  17. Boycott Hillary debate, let their ratings TANK. We can torrent or watch on youtube 1 hour later:

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  18. Vice Chairman Gabbard shouldn’t go to the debate and be glad they uninvited her; with the judgement hanging over Clinton’s head, an ominous catastrophe could happen; Gabbard’s life will have been spared and she will look back and see it as a blessing from God. Hillary is a disaster and anywhere she goes and anything she touches is tainted and cursed. STAY AWAY FROM THIS WOMAN! Same with Obama. Both cursed.

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  19. joshua says:

    advance pictures of the CNN Democrat debate speakers podium lineup…..hot off the press!

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  20. The great kazoo says:

    The party of “inclusion” – as long as you agree with them.
    The establishment political class it’s what’s wrong with government. We need to clean house of all those rotten eggs in BOTH parties.
    Let’s get some fresh faces on both sides of the aisle that have actually lived their lives among us, instead of inside the beltway bubble.
    Think of it as a litmus test.
    The republicans are on their way, but the democrats are still in a full Nelson.

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