New email shows Brazile [DNC Leader] may have had exact wording of proposed town hall question before CNN


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A new email obtained by POLITICO is shedding more light on the mystery of whether and how interim DNC chair Donna Brazile might have obtained the text of a proposed question from a town hall between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders in advance, and possibly shared it with the Clinton campaign.

And now CNN, which co-hosted the town hall with cable network TV One, is pointing the finger at its media partner for what appears to be a breach of the traditional secrecy surrounding the questions for such events.

The email obtained by POLITICO was written by town hall co-moderator Roland Martin on the day of the town hall to CNN producers. But it shows him using word for word the language of a question that Brazile appeared to have sent to the Clinton campaign a day earlier. That email, from Brazile to the campaign, was included in yesterday’s release of hacked emails by Wikileaks of Clinton campaign chair John Podesta.

Here’s what the record shows: On March 12, Brazile, then vice chair of the DNC and a CNN and ABC contributor, allegedly wrote an email with the subject line “From time to time I get the questions in advance.”

Read more: politico.com/blogs/on-media/2016/10/roland-martin-cnn-email-donna-brazile-wikileaks-229673#ixzz4MuHawaYq

Well, that’s historic


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Show of hands for who’s surprised by this.

No one?

Seriously though, how many more instances of underhandedness have to come to light before the mainstream media decides to take action on it?


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Oh no, I am not surprised! Cheating is how they all seem to operate. What surprises me is that Donna did not provide the questions to be asked!


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Only one: if it’s a Republican who does it. Otherwise the MSM won’t touch it for fear of hurting their darling, or maybe incurring her wrath?


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