Democrats are as conflicted as a party now as they were in the months before the 2016 election. They recently held a meeting of their “Unity Commission” and it was disrupted by protesters from their own party.
The Washington Free Beacon reported:
Protesters Interrupt DNC Unity Reform Commission Meeting, Call Process ‘Tainted’
A Democratic National Committee working group vote was interrupted on Friday when security attempted to take a sign away from a protester who, in response, voiced his issue with the process being “tainted.”
The unity reform commission was meeting in Washington, D.C. to finalize its formal list of recommended reforms for the Democratic Party following the 2016 elction, including taking dramatic cuts to the individual voting power of superdelegates, ABC News reported.
As members of the commission prepared to vote on each individual recommendation, two men silently held protest signs.
When a security guard tried to take the signs out of their hands, one of the men stepped forward with his sign reading “Democratic Party or Undemocratic Party?”
He began to speak when security guards continued to try to take the sign.
“Is a sign that dangerous?” the protester asked.
Watch the video:
It looks like the “Unity Commission” has a lot more work to do.