The Democrats and their globalist handlers are turning against the Clintons just as Infowars predicted on Oct. 24, with former DNC head Donna Brazile in particular exposing how Hillary Clinton stole the nomination from Bernie Sanders.
Brazile published a bombshell exposé in Politico (from her book Hacks), a left-leaning outlet, revealing three key points on how the Clinton campaign controlled the party BEFORE Hillary was chosen as the nominee, how the DNC shafted the more popular candidate Bernie Sanders and how the Clinton campaign robbed Democratic state parties by funneling money to her campaign headquarters in Brooklyn.
Infowars predicted the Clintons would be sacrificed because their self-centered behavior no longer serves the interests of the elites, and now we’re seeing the first prominent Democrat turn against them.
This is the first salvo of a civil war inside the party as Democrats realize Hillary is the party’s worst enemy, especially as Republicans consolidate their control over state governments once steered by Democrats who lost their money to the Clinton campaign.
“Hillary’s campaign was grabbing money from the state parties for its own purposes, leaving the states with very little to support down-ballot races,” Brazile revealed. “A Politico story published on May 2, 2016, described the big fund-raising vehicle she had launched through the states the summer before, quoting a vow she had made to rebuild ‘the party from the ground up … when our state parties are strong, we win. That’s what will happen.’”
“Yet the states kept less than half of 1 percent of the $82 million they had amassed from the extravagant fund-raisers Hillary’s campaign was holding.”
Interestingly, Brazile may simply be revealing some of what’s on the seized laptop of former DNC head Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, which was surrendered to DC Capitol Police by former IT staffer Imran Awan.
Regardless, Brazile’s confessions have rekindled the anger of Bernie Sander supporters who correctly speculated that Hillary Clinton stole the nomination from their candidate, who, unlike Clinton, could fill stadiums anywhere in the country.
Sanders supporters were so irate that the DNC made sure to isolate them in a public park at least a half-mile away from the DNC convention to keep the media focused on Hillary’s coronation, but Infowars refused to ignore these real Democrats who were screwed over by the process:
Brazile even admitted that Sanders was more popular than Hillary at the peak of the campaign.
“I did not trust the polls,” she said. “I told [Sanders] I had visited states around the country and I found a lack of enthusiasm for her everywhere.”