Despite how hard the mainstream media will try to bury the DNC corruption revealed in the latest Wikileaks, it will be for naught.
Because media can't refuse to cover every convention speech and the audible dissent of angered delegates that comes in tow.
During a California delegation breakfast at the opening of the DNC Monday, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and her colleagues were practically booed off the stage by enraged members of their state's delegation. Roll Call reports:
Members of the delegation repeatedly disrupted the lineup of speakers, including House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, with protestations against Clinton and cheers for her erstwhile primary rival, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
But whenever a speaker talked about uniting to elect Clinton in November, the crowd balked. They booed Rep. Michael M. Honda. And chanted, “Bernie, Bernie, Bernie!” during Rep. Barbara Lee’s address.
Pelosi tried to unify the room by emphasizing the commonalities in the room rather than the divisions. “The differences that we have are not so great compared to the chasm between us and Republicans,” she said.
But the crowd wasn’t having it. When a "Bernie" sign was thrust in Pelosi’s face on stage, she remained calm, saying, “I don’t consider it a discourtesy even if it is intended as one.” [...]
With one final call for unity, and rallying calls to take back the House and the Senate, Pelosi walked off stage to more “Bernie” chants.
Perhaps in their arrogance establishment Democrats actually expected delegates to swallow whole the lies they have been selling all this time.
Photo source: Nancy Pelosi interview -- screen grab via YouTube.