There seems to be no low to which DNC Chair Donna Brazile won't go when it comes to getting Hillary Clinton elected. Just when you think you've found the bottom of her corruption, it drops out from underneath you.
On October 11, WikiLeaks released an email allegedly hacked from the account of Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta in which DNC Chair Donna Brazile gave Clinton staffers a debate question ahead of time.
The email, titled: "From time to time I get the questions in advance," was sent to Clinton's communications director, Jennifer Palmieri, on March 12, the day before a primary debate with Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT).
As Daily Wire previously reported, Brazile got into a dizzying exchange with Fox News' Megyn Kelly in which she eventually denied the email's authenticity. Unfortunately for Brazile, Errata Security's Robert Graham seemingly verified the email using a DKIM program. WikiLeaks then released another email from Brazile in which she once again provided Clinton staffers with information--this time, the day before the Flint, Michigan primary debate.
Shortly after these emails were made public, Brazile was forced to resign from CNN, where she was a contributor. CNN spokesperson, Lauren Pratapas, released a statement saying that the network was "completely uncomfortable with what we have learned about her interactions with the Clinton campaign while she was a CNN contributor." Brazile tweeted a fond farewell, as if her resignation from CNN was amicable.
Once again, WikiLeaks has hit Brazile right in the mouth.
In a Monday document dump, WikiLeaks released another email from the "I get the questions in advance" email chain, this time with two more questions--one about unions, and the other about income inequality:
Even in the face of all this, Brazile is brazen, telling SiriusXM's Joe Madison Monday: "My conscience, as an activist, as a strategist--my conscience is very clear." She went on to provide a long-winded explanation in which she exonerated herself because she's "in touch with everybody," and she "also talk[s] to Republicans."
Brazile's attitude appears to be a sign that the interim DNC Chair doesn't believe what she did was wrong. She got what she wanted: A Hillary Clinton nomination. The ends justified the means.