Democrats Are In Worse Shape Than Republicans Says… MSNBC

Democrats are in horrible shape. They’re out of power, they’re fighting with each other and they have no real leadership. Things have gotten so bad that even the talking heads on MSNBC are admitting it.

The Washington Free Beacon reports:

MSNBC Panel: Democratic Party Is in ‘Worse Shape’ Than the GOP

“You have Hillary Clinton, a very ineffective presidential candidate, whose team strangled the DNC and didn’t let them do their job,” co-host Joe Scarborough said. “They had control over everything the DNC was doing before she was even a candidate and then you have the chairwoman of the DNC actively rigging the process.”

Guest Donny Deutsch, an outspoken Trump critic, said the revelations bolster the narrative that Trump has set by calling Clinton “Crooked Hillary.” He added that he finds it ironic that Brazile is the person making these claims since she was part of Clinton’s “parade of nonsense,” in which she leaked a debate question to Clinton’s campaign before CNN’s debate last March during the Democratic primary.

“It shows how as broken and fragmented as we talk about the Republican Party right now in search of itself and its pulling four different directions that the Democratic Party is even in worse shape,” Deutsch said. “What does it stand for? Who are the leaders? The legacy of Hillary Clinton and the Clintons and Barack Obama.”

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You know things are bad when the most far left network on TV is saying this.


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