DNC Chair Admits Students Marching For Gun Control Are Acting On Behalf Of Democrats (VIDEO)

People in media are trying to paint the Parkland student activists as non-partisan but they are clearly trying to advance the agenda of the left. During a recent interview, DNC chair Tom Perez was asked who is leading the Democratic Party. He actually cited these students as leaders of the party. It was a glaring admission.

That Washington Free Beacon reports:

Perez: High School Students Marching Against Gun Violence, Female Resistance Activists Lead Democratic Party

Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez on Wednesday dodged a question about who the “leader of the Democratic Party” is by saying there were “many leaders,” including the high school students marching against gun violence and women leading the resistance movement against President Donald Trump.

Fox News host Bret Baier asked Perez to name the leader of the Democratic Party, prompting Perez to list several groups of people, but never naming any specific leaders.

“I think there are many leaders in the Democratic Party. I think those young people today who were marching all over this country are incredible leaders,” Perez said. “I think women who have been leading the resistance have been remarkable leaders and I think there are mayors, governors, folks here in Congress. That’s why I’m so excited about where we are going. Those folks are leading.”

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This is obvious to anyone who is paying attention but it’s nice to hear Perez admit it.


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