Acting DNC Chairwoman Donna Brazile's post-debate interview with Megyn Kelly Wednesday evening is perhaps one of the most heinous spectacles we've seen from the Left -- and that's really saying something.
Kelly asked Brazile about a range of issues, including Brazile's breach of ethics in feeding the Clinton camp the exact wording of a CNN town hall question; and the Project Veritas videos which exposed Brazile's DNC and Clinton camp of paying Democratic operatives to incite violence at Trump rallies (which included exploiting mentally disabled people) and commit voter fraud.
Brazile was combative, flustered, and quite frankly could not form a cogent sentence in response. Her only defense was to deflect and discredit the source -- so she rambled on ad nauseam about James O'Keefe, "the convicted felon" (for the record the only thing O'Keefe was arrested for was entering federal property under false pretenses), and insisted the contents of the Veritas videos were falsified.
To her credit, in response to the "convicted felon" meme, Kelly asked which "convicted felon... Bob Creamer?"
For reference, Creamer is one of the "diabolical" men who incriminated himself in the Veritas videos. He is married to Democratic Rep. Jan Schakowsky and visited the White House nearly 300 times, including 47 times to meet with Obama personally. Oh, and he truly is a convicted felon, having plead guilty to defrauding nine lending institutions out of $2.3 million.
Brazile still prattled on, however, decrying O'Keefe and the video's credibility.
The conversation turned also to Brazile's egregious breach of ethics in which she fed the Clinton camp a question for a CNN Democratic primary town hall co-moderated by Roland Martin. An email from Brazile to the Clinton Camp read:
"From time to time I get the [town hall] questions in advance..."
On Mar 12, 2016, at 4:39 PM, Donna Brazile wrote: Here's one that worries me about HRC. DEATH PENALTY 19 states and the District of Columbia have banned the death penalty. 31 states, including Ohio, still have the death penalty. According to the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, since 1973, 156 people have been on death row and later set free. Since 1976, 1,414 people have been executed in the U.S. That’s 11% of Americans who were sentenced to die, but later exonerated and freed. Should Ohio and the 30 other states join the current list and abolish the death penalty?
Kelly pressed the question and invoked CNN's Jake Tapper, who said the revelation was "horrifying." This is when Brazile grew combative, screaming that the emails were "stolen" and that Kelly, herself, is a "thief."
Brazile then invoked perhaps the most desperate and discombobulated defense yet -- she referred to herself as a "persecuted Christian":
"As a Christian woman, I understand persecution .... Your information is false. What you're -- well, for suggestive e-mails were stolen. You're interested and you're like a thief that wants to bring into the night the things that."
"I have seen so many doctored emails. I have seen things that come from me at 2 in the morning that I don't even send. There are several email addresses that I once used. This has not been verified. This is under investigation," Brazile also said.
"Go to Russia!"
Ah, yes, when persecuted Christian fails, revert to the "Russia" trope. The truth is, there is nothing Brazile can say, as she has publicly disgraced herself -- and based on this pathetic interview, she knows it.